Minoa Volunteer Fire Department

New Engine 22

Thursday, May 11, 2017   On Thursday May 11th E-One Fire Apparatus delivered a 2017 HP78 Aerial to the Minoa Fire Department. This vehicle will replace the current Engine 22, a 1992 E-One, and will be located at Station 2. Training on the new apparatus will take place over the next few weeks before the unit is placed in service.



Open House!!!

Saturday, April 29, 2017 10-2 PM Minoa Station 2

7036 Manlius Center Rd. East Syracuse, NY 13057

Live Demonstrations 

Food & Drinks

Fire Prevention & Safety 

Station & Apparatus Tours 



Minoa Volunteer Fire Departments 1st Annual Community Day

10/1/16 Community Day. Food by "Hell of a big bite" Live music "Small Town Shade" featuring Savannah Harmon 5 to 9pm. PRE-SALE TICKETS WILL BE AVAILABLE UNTIL 9/15/16. Pre-sale tickets will guarantee you a 1/2 chicken w/two sides on day of event. Make sure you get a ticket so you don't miss out, they will sell out!!! Ticket locations & information- Hell of a big bite @ 5980 Butternut Dr. E. Syracuse NY 13057 By email- mfd417@gmail.com Menu- Roasted/BBQ 1/2 Chicken w/Two sides $11.00 Hamburger or Cheeseburger $5.00 Hot dog or Cooney $2.50 Sausage Sandwich $6.00 w/peppers, onions Sides $1.50 Side choices - Potato Salad, Mac Salad & Coleslaw. Beer, Soda & Water will all be available (Labatt's, 1911, Mike's Hard, Red Apple Ale) Live demonstrations, Recruitment opportunities, Fire prevention & awareness. Fun for all ages!!!



2016 Minoa Field Days

Thursday June 2nd
Field opens at 6:00 PM
5:30 PM Field days kick off with our Kiddie Parade.
6:00 PM Mens 2 1/2" Pushball.
6:00 - 10:00 PM Ride special Unlimited Mega Bracelet $18.00 Per person.
7:00 -10:00 PM Live music by Savannah Harmon featuring Kenzie Chapman.

Friday June 3rd 
Field opens at 6:00PM
6:00 PM Mens 1 1/2" Pushball.
6:00 - 10:00 PM Ride special Unlimited Mega Bracelet $18.00 Per person.
6:00 PM - 11:30 PM Live music by Tj Sacco Band
Fireworks display 9:30 PM. (Rain date Saturday same time)

Saturday June 4th 
Field opens at 12:00PM
Rides start at 1:00 PM
Ride Specials 1-5 & 6-10 PM Unlimited Mega Braclet $18.00 Per person
Grand Parade 6:00 PM
7:00 - 11:30 PM Live music by Rhythm Method.

Food, Drinks, Games & Fun for all.
All Three days!!!!
Featuring steamed Little Neck Clams & Pizza Frite



Recruit NY

Saturday, April 23, 2016 10:00 -2:0 Ever think about being a firefighter? Check out a great opportunity to see what it takes to become a  VOLUNTEER in our great community!!!!! 

On April 23rd from 10:00 am-2:00 pm, the Minoa Volunteer Fire Department will be hosting an Open House at Minoa Station 2 located at 7036 Manlius Center Rd in East Syracuse.  Skip Clark and The WOLF bring their small town tour to Minoa for the  Minoa Volunteer Fire Department Open House/Membership Drive. Skip will broadcast live from 12 to 2 pm brought to you courtesy of Kia of East Syracuse!There will also be firemen available to talk to about volunteering, training demonstrations, station tours, apparatus demonstrations, home fire safety information and fire extinguisher training for home use. There will also be food, drinks and activity packs for kids.



Annual Field Days

Monday, May 25, 2015  The Minoa Fire department's Annual Field Days will be held at Lewis Park in Minoa starting Thursday May 28th - Saturday May 30th. The field will be open from 6pm-midnight Thursday and Friday and from Noon-Midnight on Saturday.


Kiddie Parade 5:30pm

Men's 2 1/2" Push ball 6pm

Hawkins Ride Special $18 Wristband per Person 6pm-10pm

Music By Jeff Hinman 6pm-9pm


Men's 1 1/2" Push ball 6pm

Hawkins Ride Special $18 Wristband per person 6pm-10pm

Music By Jason Krueger Band with Special Guest Sarah Hiltbrand 6pm-11:30pm


Hawkins Ride Special $18 Wristband per Person Noon-5pm & 6pm-10pm

Grand Parade 6pm

Awards 9pm

Music by Under The Gun 7pm-11:30pm

Fire Works 9pm



Open House

Tuesday, April 7, 2015   On Saturday April 25th from 10 am-2 pm the Minoa Fire Department will be holding an open house at station 2 on Manlius Center Rd. This event will be part of the annual Recruit NY weekend. Any resident with interest in joining the fire department please stop by and learn more about how you can serve your community. There will be several demonstrations including auto extrication and fire extinguisher training. There will also be apparatus and equipment displays. Food will also be served.



Watch for Santa

Tuesday, December 9, 2014   On Sunday December 21st Santa will once again travel throughout the Minoa Fire District to visit our residents. Watch for Santa in your neighborhood from 9am - 2pm.



Company Logos Available

Monday, July 28, 2014   Minoa Fire Department Decals are now available online at www.powercallsirens.com/search-results.php!



Minoa Hosts Operation Life Saver Training

Monday, July 21, 2014  The Minoa Fire Department in cooperation with the Town of Manlius Fire Training Committee hosts the "Rail Safety for Emergency Responders" training at the Fayetteville Fire Station.  Members from around Onondaga County - Fire, EMS and Law Enforcement agencies attended a 4 hour classroom training course focused on Emergency Responder Safety at Rail Road Incidents.  The training was provided free of cost by Operation Lifesaver Inc.

Rail Safety for Emergency Responders (RSER)

Operation Lifesaver's classroom course, Rail Safety for Emergency Responders (RSER), is available nationally for training emergency response professionals including fire, EMS, emergency management agencies, military and homeland security personnel. The program teaches first responders the key safety elements involved when they work around dangers inherent in a railroad environment. Our RSER course provides emergency responders with information critical for railroad incident response including: Safe response; knowledge of railroad electrical, fuel and air systems; hazardous materials; identifying rolling stock; pinch points; stopping a train; high/low pressure tank cars, and other on-scene dangers.  For more information on requesting a class visit: http://oli.org/training/emergency-responders.

The day class had approximately 20 students.  The evening class had 60 students!!!  Great job everyone!



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