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Deserie Quiñones
· February 12, 2017
I'm extremely thankful to the firemen, who quite often, have to come to our building when the fire alarm goes off, and they arrive very quickly.

I baked a special batch of cookies just for them. I ha...d left them behind in my apartment when leaving the other day, but behold, as I returned home the fire alarm went off, so I was able to give them their cookies. I hope you all enjoyed them See More
Caroline Bruder
· October 21, 2014
This is a great department! We had a false alarm and they came to our rescue to turn off the alarm and make sure everyone was safe and sound! So amazing! Everyone was very nice and did their jobs! Tha...nk you so much! Next time I come up I'd love to go on a ride along! See More
Betsy Herrington
· June 23, 2017
Thank you for responding so quickly to the fire alarm at our building yesterday, and taking care of business smoothly and with good humor. You put us all at ease.
Jean McPheeters
July 23, 2012
Thanks to the IFD for the quick response this morning to the Tompkins County Chamber of Commerce. Luckily, it seems that it was only a dirty smoke detector going off, but it's great to know that you'...re always there for us. See More
Jane Marie Law
· January 11, 2014
Terrific people. If we could get a better handle on volunteer needs and where ego go, my family and I would be happy to come help moving sandbags in our truck.
Tom Cannon
· June 13, 2017
Thank you for your response to my call Hectorst wires down due to high loadon a truck,Great crew IFD,AndIPD,stay safe�
Cheryl McGraw
· January 9, 2014
Thanks to the crews who stopped by my house on Lincoln Street repeatedly to check on me and help me pump out water during the recent flooding.
Troy Yocum
July 15, 2012
How many miles do you think you can run in the next 59 days leading up to midnight on 9/11?

Set a goal, register for FREE and inspire people to help military families and families of fallen firefight...ers. Go to http://www.ForcesRun.org/ to sign up. See More
Kate Dubin
· May 1, 2014
Thanks to Beth and Matt for installing my grandson's car seat. We are good (and safe) to go!!
Lara Pollica
· May 4, 2015
Happy International Firefighters Day. Thank you for your service to our community.
David C. Russell
· April 25, 2016
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Leigh Anne Lagoe
October 19, 2012
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Firefighters extinguished a boat fire in the Cayuga Inlet on Monday. The small motor boat, moored to the wall near Kelly’s Dockside restaurant in the City of Ithaca, was a total loss. Ithaca Fire Department arson investigators and Ithaca Police are investigating the fire.
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!DOWNED POWER LINES ARE DANGEROUS! Video captured by a resident on North Cayuga Street in the City of Ithaca
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DEC: Residential Burn Ban in New York State Through May 14

Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) reminds residents that with spring approaching and con...ditions for wildfires heightened, residential brush burning is prohibited March 16 through May 14 across New York State.

"While many people associate wildfires with the western United States, the start of spring weather and the potential for dry conditions increases the risk for wildfires in New York," DEC Commissioner Seggos said. "New York prohibits residential burning during the high-risk fire season to reduce wildfires and protect people, property, and natural resources. The ban has been extremely effective in reducing the number of wildfires, and we're encouraging New Yorkers to put safety first."

Even though much of the state is currently blanketed in snow, warming temperatures can quickly cause wildfire conditions to arise.

When temperatures are warmer and the past fall's debris and leaves dry out, wildfires can start and spread easily and be further fueled by winds and a lack of green vegetation.

Campfires using charcoal or untreated wood are allowed, but people should never leave such fires unattended and must extinguish them. Burning garbage or leaves is prohibited year-round.

Violators of the state's open burning regulation are subject to both criminal and civil enforcement actions, with a minimum fine of $500 for a first offense

For more info go to: http://www.dec.ny.gov/press/113004.html

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