The fire company was founded in 1925, the third of five independent volunteer fire companies in town. The comapny and…More Dodgingtown respond to the fewest number of calls in Newtown.</p>
<p>Company meetings are held at 8pm on the first Monday of each month. An officer's meeting is held on the second Monday and two drills are scheduled for every month.</p>
Dodgingtown Fire Co. is the second oldest of the five independent fire companies in town, tracing its history to 1909…More when it was founded. The company was incorporated two years later.</p>
<p>The fire house was built in the 1950s and the company is responsible for responding to calls, including fire, motor vehicle accidents and some medical calls, in a 12-square mile area that encompasses Hattertown, Poverty Hollow and Bogs Hill roads.</p>
<p>The fire company has one of the lowest call volumes in Newtown. Members meet 7pm, every Monday at the fire station, with the first meeting of the month a general one, the second for drills, the third for an officers' meeting and work detail, and the fourth for another work detail.</p>
The office is responsible for inspecting buildings in town, with the exception of one and two-family dwellings,…More investigating fires, issuing blasting permits and conducting site visits, reviewing construction plans for fire safety and reviewing subdivision plans.</p>
<p>The fire marshal's office has an administrative assistant, five part-time deputy marshals and a full time fire marshal.</p>
<p>The town fire marshal is Bill Halstead. He also is chief of the Sandy Hook Volunteer Fire Co.</p>
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The Hook and Ladder fire station sits behind the Edmond Town Hall and is the oldest fire company in the town, tracing…More its beginings to the 19th century. The fire company, one of five independent firefighting organizations in town, was established by charter in 1883.</p>
<p>Hook and Ladder is one of the busier fire houses in town, second only to Sandy Hook in terms of call volume, which can include fires, motor vehicle accidents and some medical situations.</p>
<p>In 1956, the fire company was one of the earliest in the state to adopt the plectron home alerting system, similar to today's paging system. In 1978 it purchased its first Hurst tool or "Jaws of Life," which is used to extricate trapped motor vehicle occupants. In 1978, it purchased its first 5-inch diamter hose, which was used with the pumper truck that arrived shortly afterward. In 1998, it purchased its first thermal imaging camera.</p>