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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:


Category Archives: Community

Congratulations to Haldane Girls Volleyball – 2011 State Champs!

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CSFC Provides Shelter From the Storm

Firefighters from CSFC spent the weekend of October 29th responding to numerous calls for trees/wires down, road closures, CO2 alarms and possible structure fires throughout Philipstown.  They also manned  the headquarters at 154 Main Street as an emergency shelter for residents who had lost power or who were stranded due to the snow fall.  Approximately […]

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CSFC Annual Appeal 2011

Over the weekend firefighters from the Cold Spring Fire Company No.1 were out in our community going door to door with our annual appeal letter. We would like to remind the citizens of Philipstown that we serve, that the Cold Spring Fire Company No.1 is 100% volunteer and is only partially funded by municipal contracts. […]

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Putnam County Communities Qualify for FEMA Assistance

  In the wake of Hurricane Irene, Putnam County was recently declared eligible for financial assistance from FEMA for damages caused during the storm event. Putnam County now joins a host of other North East localities seeking assistance from FEMA, mainly due to the extreme flooding caused by the torrential rains. For more info please […]

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CSFC Marks 10th Anniversary of 9/11

Cold Spring Firefighters and their families spent 9/11/11 remembering the events of ten years past and the victims and heroes who lost their lives on that day and in the subsequent days and years since, defending our country. The day began with a Memorial Service at McConville Park’s “Freedom Garden” where a wreath was laid […]

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