“It’s really to become more customer service focused and engaged with the community. We want to reach not only our kids but the adults and senior citizens of our community as well. It is our goal to reduce the risk of fire, rescue, and medical events in our community by being involved, relevant, and engaged,” Chief Eiffe said.
Chief David Eiffe
As we slowly transition into the winter of 2017/2018, Fulton Fire Chief David Eiffe would like to take a minute to offer the following tips and safety suggestions: Read the full article for safety suggestions.
Last week, five new hires and two newly promoted Lieutenants were sworn into their positions with the Fulton Fire Department at a ceremony led by the Honorable Judge David Hawthorne. Last week, five new hires and two newly promoted Lieutenants were sworn into their positions with the Fulton Fire Department at a ceremony led by the Honorable Judge David Hawthorne. The following day, Chief Eiffe and Assistant Chief Shane Laws met with NYS Senator Patty Ritchie to unveil the new fire engine that was purchased through funds Senator Ritchie made available for the department.
The three newest leaders of the Fulton Fire Department were officially sworn in to their new positions Thursday evening (June 29.) The ceremony came following the retirement of former fire chief Paul Foster effective the same day whose 32 years of service is included in a total of 155 years of experience retiring from the FFD within the week. Family, friends, community members, and fellow firefighters gathered together as the FFD swore in a new chief, assistant chief, and captain.