Town of Lodi, Seneca County, New York

Lodi Volunteer Fire Company

Fire House, 8557 Route 414
PO Box 299, Lodi, NY 14860
607-582-6700 Tuesday evenings 7-9 p.m.
607-582-7700 (fax)

Dear Tractor Owner(s), 
The Lodi Vol. Fire Dept. would like to invite you to our Tractor Show
Click Here for Details

 

 

Here are the winners of the 2014 Tractor Show Cash Raffle;
 
       
1st $1000.00 Ed Kemp (Phelps, NY)
2nd $ 750.00 Sally Tuuri (Ovid, NY)
3rd $ 500.00 Jeremy Huff (Ovid, NY)
4th $ 250.00 Nathan Courtwright (Ovid, NY)
5th $ 200.00 Betty Sanderson  
6th $ 100.00 Mike Snyder  
7th $ 100.00 Peter Brown (Seneca falls, NY)
8th $  50.00 Cindy Ferris-Covert  
9th $  25.00 Jerry Robson  
10th $  25.00 Julie Clawson (Hector, NY)


 

 

  Again we appreciate your help and support. If you have ever wondered or though about becoming a Lodi Volunteer Firefighter please stop in and see us or give us a call (607) 582 - 6700. If fire fighting is not in your future and you would still like to help there are many things that need to be done that do not involve fighting fire. Our weekly meetings/training nights are Tuesday evenings at 7:00 pm. Thank you!!

 

Fire Officers 2016-2017
 

CHIEF 861 Chad Haviland
1st Asst. Chief 862 Dan Sabol
2nd Asst. Chief 863 Jeremy Huff
Captain 864  Bob Covert
Lieutenant 865 Wayne Snyder
   
   

Lodi Fire Department Personnel September 2011

 

2016-2017 Administrative Officers

President  Chad Parsons  

Vice President James Stoddard

Secretary   George MacCheyne

Treasurer  William Trim

Directors 

Robert M Covert

Mike Allen

Beth Huff

 

 

SMOKE and CARBON MONOXIDE DETECTORS: DO YOU HAVE ENOUGH?

 

Smoke Detector locations:Quoted from the NYS 2010 Building and Fire Code.

 

 

"Single- or multiple-station smoke alarms shall be installed and maintained in Groups R-2, R-3, and R-4 and in dwellings regulated by the Residential Code of New York State (One & Two Family Dwellings),
regardless of occupant load at all of the following locations: 

   1. On the ceiling or wall outside of each separate sleeping area in the immediate vicinity of bedrooms.

   2. In each room used for sleeping purposes.

   3. In each story within a dwelling unit, including basements but not including crawl spaces 
  
and uninhabitable attics. In dwellings or dwelling units with split levels and
   without an intervening door between the adjacent levels,
   a smoke alarm installed on the upper level shall suffice for the adjacent lower level
   provided that the lower level is less than one full story below the upper level. 

Single- or multiple-station smoke alarms shall be installed in other groups, including Group R-1 and I-1,
in accordance with the Fire Code of New York State." 

 

 

Carbon monoxide detector locations: Quoted from the NYS 2010 Building and Fire Code.

            Buildings constructed on or after January 1, 2008. Within each dwelling unit:

            A carbon monoxide alarm shall be provided on every story containing a sleeping area, within 15 feet of the sleeping area. More than one carbon monoxide alarm shall be provided where necessary to assure that no sleeping area on such story is more than 15 feet away from a carbon monoxide alarm.

            A carbon monoxide alarm shall be provided on every story that contains a carbon monoxide source.

            Buildings constructed prior to January 1, 2008. Within each dwelling unit, a carbon monoxide alarm shall be provided on the lowest story containing a sleeping area, within 15 feet of the sleeping area. More than one carbon monoxide alarm shall be provided where necessary to assure that no sleeping area on such story is more than 15 feet away from a carbon monoxide alarm.

 

 

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