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Welcome to Cold Spring Fire Co. No 1

The Cold Spring Fire Company No. 1 is located in the Village of Cold Spring, Putnam County New York.  We proudly protect 3500 people living in an area of 5 square miles.  We operate out of a headquarters located at 154 Main Street that protects a primarily residential area. Our department is a public department whose members are on a volunteer status.  We have an ISO rating of 5.

The Cold Spring Fire Company has a total of 125 men and woman and are led by Chief Matt Steltz and President Michael Bowman.  We respond on approximately 150 calls per year providing fire protection to the residents of the Villages of Cold Spring, Nelsonville and the Philipstown/Cold Spring Fire District. For information on joining, call the Firehouse at 845-265-9241 or email at:


Yearly Archives: 2011

Community Day Postponed

Parade rescheduled for tomorrow, July 4th.  Fireworks postponed to a date to be determined. Check the Cold Spring Municipal website for more updates.

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CSFC Hosts Multi-Agency Mutual Aid Drill

Approximately 50 firefighters and apparatus from Cold Spring Fire Company, North Highlands Engine Company and Garrison Volunteer Fire Company gathered at the Cold Spring waterfront on Tuesday evening for a joint mutual aid drill.  The gathering, hosted by CSFC, and jointly conducted by CSFC Captain Josh DiNardo and NHEC Captain Jim Matero, focused on demonstrations […]

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CSFC Water Rescue Training

On Tuesday June 21st firefighters from the Cold Spring Fire Company No.1 descended upon the Cold Spring Boat Club and utilized their riverside docks for some water  rescue training.  The main focus of the session was to give basic instruction on how and when to use the dry/thermal suits, different rope rescue techniques, and ultimately […]

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CSFC Wild Fire Suppresion Training

Tuesday night June 14th, firefighters from CSFC traveled to Little Stony Point with 13-3-1 (the company brush truck) and 13-3-2 (Polaris Ranger) for some hands on wild fire suppression training.  In the course of the drill firefighters were familiarized with the tools and equipment on 13-3-1, including utilizing chainsaws, rakes, and Pulaski tools to demonstrate […]

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CSFC Mutual Aid to Garrison for Serious Car Accident

On Sunday morning at approximately 10am, 911 was alerted to a severe single car accident at Route 9 and Old Albany Post Road.  According to witnesses a minivan containing three women veered off of Route 9, onto the shoulder, failed to navigate the curve near the Bird and Bottle Inn sign and crashed through the […]

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