Recent Calls
Fri. Jun 26th 2020
Today at approximately 0528 hrs, the Roosevelt Fire District was dispatched to a reported structure fire at 9 Windmill Road in the Greenfields Development off Cream Street. At 0531 hrs., Chief Lew Da...
Tue. May 19th 2020
Roosevelt Ladder 63-45 and Engine 63-12 relocated to City of Poughkeepsie Station #2 at 505 Main Street over night while they operated at a 3 Alarm fire in multiple buildings on Duane Street on the Ci...
Thu. Mar 7th 2019
Roosevelt firefighters, along with 1 Engine from Pleasant Valley FD were dispatched this morning to a report of a Automatic Fire Alarm at 501 Salt Point Road. Within a couple minutes of being dispatc...
Wed. Jul 5th 2017
Roosevelt Ladder 63-45 moved up to stand-by at the City of Poughkeepsie Main Street Station tonight for couple hours as City of Poughkeepsie FD operating at 2nd Alarm Fire on 45 Fitchett Street. Cit...
Sun. Jun 18th 2017
Roosevelt firefighters assisted this morning with a mutual aid 2nd alarm fire at the Hyde Park Heights Apartments at 107 East Market Street in the Hyde Park Fire District. Roosevelt Engine 63-13 &...
News Headlines
Sun. Jul 5th 2020
It is with deep regret and sorrow that we announce the passing of past Captain Kenneth Witter of the Engine Company. Ken was a very community minded person, volunteering for the fire company, giving ...
Sat. Jul 4th 2020
We wish everyone a Happy and Healthy 4th of July.Be Safe
Sun. Jun 21st 2020
The membership of Roosevelt Engine Company #3, want to wish all our hard working Father's a Happy Fathers Day. Today is your day take it easy.
Fri. Jun 19th 2020
The Roosevelt Fire District has on order these two wonderful pieces of apparatus which will replace the current and aging units in their respective stations. The apparatus are both being built by E-On...
Fri. Jun 5th 2020
We would like to ask you all to join us, as we congratulate and welcome the latest addition to our list of EMT's at Roosevelt FD Rescue Squad.William Marshall V, recently completed his NYS EMT cla...
Electrical fires at Culinary Institute of America cause temporary shut down
Thu. Mar 14th 2019

On this date, Roosevelt FD was dispatched to the Culinary Institute of America for report of automatic alarm of fire, with report of active fire in 2 buildings. By the end of the alarm,  multiple agencies would end up responding to the CIA to assist Roosevelt FD with investigation and search of buildings for occupants. 

It is confirmed that there was fires in 2 buildings and smoke in couple others.The cause of the issues was a tree that was fell onto electrical lines by a contractor at the old HRPC property about a mile south of the CIA on Rt. 9 that took down primary electrical lines, causing for a lose of partial electricity to the campus that in turn cause an electrical shortage and fires in the buildings. Fires were out on arrival of the fire dept. personnel, but there was smoke conditions which needed to be vented and each building needed to be searched for fire and anyone still in them to be removed to safety outside of the building till the incident was cleared by FD.

During the incident Roosevelt FD and Administration and Security of the CIA was assisted by personnel and units from the Fairview and City of Poughkeepsie FD on scene, as well as personnel and expertise from NYS OFPC, Dutchess County Dept. of Emergency Response and Central Hudson Gas & Electric Co. Manpower and equipment from Pleasant Valley, Rhinebeck and Hyde Park Fire Depts. were on stand-by to cover any other alarms in the area.

No injuries or deaths were reported during this incident and the FD cleared the scene within about an hour and half.

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