Tuesday November 24, 2020

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The members of the Simsbury Volunteer Fire Company want to be sure that our Simsbury Residents get some old fashion holiday cheer at a time when traditional gatherings are being canceled and discouraged.

In place of our usual parade down Hopmeadow Street, the volunteers are putting the decorated trucks on display for all to see in a drive through event down Iron Horse Boulevard so everyone can stay distant, safe and enjoy the spirit of the holidays in full color!

Starting at 5pm our trucks will be all decorated and lined up on Iron Horse Boulevard for this FREE event.  Cars will enter Iron Horse at Rte 10 across from Owens Brook Blvd and enjoy the "parade" of lighted trucks as you drive south ending at Drake Hill Road. (Iron Horse Boulevard will be closed northbound from Drake Hill Rd to Hopmeadow Street while the trucks are on display.)

Due to Covid restrictions there will not be any candy give-a-ways or opportunity to stop and visit any of the displays.  PLEASE NOTE: For Safety Purposes, The Pedestrian Side Walk Will Be Closed from 5PM to 7PM while the display event is being held.

A special message for the children!....
We have been told from from a verified source that Jolly Ol' Saint Nicholas will be greeting the families safely in their cars from his sleigh atop ladder 11.




WSIM 103.5 FM is here to help the community by providing local information regarding the impact on the Coronavirus.

The Volunteer Staff of WSIM 103.5 FM is working to schedule regular updates as well as periodic recorded public service announcements during the day.

In addition to providing local announcements, WSIM 103.5 FM will continue to broadcast our commercial free music which can be a nice respite from the non-stop information broadcasted by the regional and national media.

You can use the link below to hear the radio station through our streaming service.







Notice from President Gary Wilcox

In these unprecedented times all of us at the Simsbury Fire District and Simsbury Volunteer Fire Company have had to adjust to the new normal in every facet of everyday life. All involved on every level of our fire service have done an outstanding job in meeting every demand and challenge we have recently faced and will continue to face. The Fire District and Fire Company is well staffed and  ready to respond to protect and serve the residents of the Town of Simsbury. The health and safety of our volunteer first responders and our district employees is our highest priority. In addition, our ongoing commitment to response readiness through emergency training and emergency planning continues using new technology and distance communication methods. It is this training and planning that gives us the ability to perform the tasks we face each and every day, We are very proud of the men and women that serve in their capacities throughout our organization. Thank you each and every one of you for all you do!

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The Simsbury Fire Department will issue an Open Burn Permit to residents.  The permit is available by clicking on this link:  BURN PERMIT . Please note the Type of Open Burn and General Conditions as noted on the Open Burn Permit.

Type of Open Burn

Camp fires shall be fireplace size logs three inches in diameter or larger. There shall be NO burning of brush or leaves.

Camp Fire / Bon Fire (Public Gathering)

Agriculture Burning

Firefighter Training 

General Conditions

1. Burning must not take place (a) during an advisory of threatening atmospheric conditions or any other air pollution emergency episode or (b) during a period when the forest fire danger is high or extreme.

2. Burning must cease if so directed by the local Open Burning Official or Simsbury Volunteer Fire Company or State of Connecticut Department of Environmental Protection.

3. No objectionable odors or excessive smoke may be created. All reasonable measures to assure complete combustion are to be taken.

4. All reasonable safety precautions are to be taken, including the clearing of grass and trees in the burning areas wetting down of the surrounding area, and placing of fire extinguishers.

5. Only these materials and those quantities specified above may be burned.

6. IMPORTANT - Only dispose of ashes in a closed metal container.  Ashes can remain hot for many days after your fire. Do not dispose of in trash cans until the ash is cold to touch.

Remembering the Fallen

Remembering the Fallen

In memory of those firefighters who died in the line of duty

For All Emergencies

Call 911 for all Emergencies