Waddington Fire Department
Incorporated on December 22,1890, the Waddington Fire Department has been proudly protecting the residents of the Town and Village of Waddington, New York from the threat of fire, covering 58 square miles of which 6.4 square miles are waterways.
Waddington is a small community of 2000 plus residents located in St. Lawrence County along the St. Lawrence River. Waddington Fire is one of 42 fire departments providing fire protection in St. Lawrence County, the largest County in the area in New York State.
The Waddington Fire Department is 100% volunteer, comprised of 40 members that operates two engines, two tankers, one heavy rescue, one light rescue/brush truck and one air boat out of a single station in the Village of Waddington.