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Fire Station 3
400 Jackman Ave, Fairfield, CT 06825

Fire Station 3 at 400 Jackman Ave. is one of five fire stations in town and is also home to the StratfieldMore Volunteer Fire Department. Fire Station 3 is staffed by three career firefighters at any one time and includes an engine company of the Fairfield Fire Department and the department's hazardous materials and foam units.

The Fairfield Fire Department provides emergency services to citizens, businesses and industries in the town of Fairfield and fire safety education, inspection and investigative services for code enforcement. The Fire Department also determines the origin and cause of fires and is designated by the state Department of Emergency Medical Services as first responders to all medical emergencies within the town.

In 2009, Fairfield firefighters responded to 8,946 calls for help throughout Fairfield's 30 square miles.

The Fairfield Fire Department is a founding member of the Fairfield County Hazardous Materials Response Team, and firefighters also are trained for specialized rescue operations. Their non-emergency work includes smoke detector surveys, fire safety education at public and private schools, fire inspections, pre-fire planning, OSHA-mandated training of firefighters, police officers, public works' employees and school maintenance staff, and training related to homeland defense missions.

The Fire Department employs 97 people full-time, including a fire chief, deputy fire chief, two fire marshals, a fire inspector, a training director, four assistant fire chiefs, 20 fire lieutenants, 64 firefighters, a master mechanic, mechanic and secretary. The department also employs a part-time secretary, part-time training center assistant and part-time clerk in the Fire Marshal's office.

The Fire Department's budget in 2009-10 is $12.2 million.

Fire Station 2
600 Jennings Rd, Fairfield, CT 06824

Fire Station 2 at 600 Jennings Road is one of five fire stations in town. The fire station, which includes anMore engine company, ladder company and shift commander's vehicle, is staffed with eight firefighters at any given time. Fire Station 2 also is home of the Fire Department's Emergency Operations Center.

The Fairfield Fire Department provides emergency services to citizens, businesses and industries in the town of Fairfield and fire safety education, inspection and investigative services for code enforcement. The Fire Department also determines the origin and cause of fires and is designated by the state Department of Emergency Medical Services as first responders to all medical emergencies within the town.

In 2009, Fairfield firefighters responded to 8,946 calls for help throughout Fairfield's 30 square miles.

The Fairfield Fire Department is a founding member of the Fairfield County Hazardous Materials Response Team, and firefighters also are trained for specialized rescue operations. Their non-emergency work includes smoke detector surveys, fire safety education at public and private schools, fire inspections, pre-fire planning, OSHA-mandated training of firefighters, police officers, public works' employees and school maintenance staff, and training related to homeland defense missions.

The Fire Department employs 97 people full-time, including a fire chief, deputy fire chief, two fire marshals, a fire inspector, a training director, four assistant fire chiefs, 20 fire lieutenants, 64 firefighters, a master mechanic, mechanic and secretary. The department also employs a part-time secretary, part-time training center assistant and part-time clerk in the Fire Marshal's office.

The Fire Department's budget in 2009-10 is $12.2 million.

Fire Station 1
140 Reef Rd, Fairfield, CT 06824

Fire Station 1 at 140 Reef Road is where the Fire Department's main offices are located and is one of five fireMore stations in town. Five firefighters are at Fire Station 1 at any one time and the station is home to two fire trucks - an engine company and a rescue company.

The Fairfield Fire Department provides emergency services to citizens, businesses and industries in the town of Fairfield and fire safety education, inspection and investigative services for code enforcement. The Fire Department also determines the origin and cause of fires and is designated by the state Department of Emergency Medical Services as first responders to all medical emergencies within the town.

In 2009, Fairfield firefighters responded to 8,946 calls for help throughout Fairfield's 30 square miles.

The Fairfield Fire Department is a founding member of the Fairfield County Hazardous Materials Response Team, and firefighters also are trained for specialized rescue operations. Their non-emergency work includes smoke detector surveys, fire safety education at public and private schools, fire inspections, pre-fire planning, OSHA-mandated training of firefighters, police officers, public works' employees and school maintenance staff, and training related to homeland defense missions.

The Fire Department employs 97 people full-time, including a fire chief, deputy fire chief, two fire marshals, a fire inspector, a training director, four assistant fire chiefs, 20 fire lieutenants, 64 firefighters, a master mechanic, mechanic and secretary. The department also employs a part-time secretary, part-time training center assistant and part-time clerk in the Fire Marshal's office.

The Fire Department's budget in 2009-10 is $12.2 million.

Fire Station 5
3965 Congress St, Fairfield, CT 06824

Fire Station 5 at 3965 Congress St. is one of five fire stations in town. Three firefighters are at Station 5 atMore any one time.

The Fairfield Fire Department provides emergency services to citizens, businesses and industries in the town of Fairfield and fire safety education, inspection and investigative services for code enforcement. The Fire Department also determines the origin and cause of fires and is designated by the state Department of Emergency Medical Services as first responders to all medical emergencies within the town.

In 2009, Fairfield firefighters responded to 8,946 calls for help throughout Fairfield's 30 square miles.

The Fairfield Fire Department is a founding member of the Fairfield County Hazardous Materials Response Team, and firefighters also are trained for specialized rescue operations. Their non-emergency work includes smoke detector surveys, fire safety education at public and private schools, fire inspections, pre-fire planning, OSHA-mandated training of firefighters, police officers, public works' employees and school maintenance staff, and training related to homeland defense missions.

The Fire Department employs 97 people full-time, including a fire chief, deputy fire chief, two fire marshals, a fire inspector, a training director, four assistant fire chiefs, 20 fire lieutenants, 64 firefighters, a master mechanic, mechanic and secretary. The department also employs a part-time secretary, part-time training center assistant and part-time clerk in the Fire Marshal's office.

The Fire Department's budget in 2009-10 is $12.2 million.

Fire Station 4
69 Main St, Southport, CT 06890

Fire Station 4 at 69 Main St. is one of five fire stations in town and is also home to the Southport VolunteerMore Fire Department. Three career firefighters are at Fire Station 4 at any one time.

The Fairfield Fire Department provides emergency services to citizens, businesses and industries in the town of Fairfield and fire safety education, inspection and investigative services for code enforcement. The Fire Department also determines the origin and cause of fires and is designated by the state Department of Emergency Medical Services as first responders to all medical emergencies within the town.

In 2009, Fairfield firefighters responded to 8,946 calls for help throughout Fairfield's 30 square miles.

The Fairfield Fire Department is a founding member of the Fairfield County Hazardous Materials Response Team, and firefighters also are trained for specialized rescue operations. Their non-emergency work includes smoke detector surveys, fire safety education at public and private schools, fire inspections, pre-fire planning, OSHA-mandated training of firefighters, police officers, public works' employees and school maintenance staff, and training related to homeland defense missions.

The Fire Department employs 97 people full-time, including a fire chief, deputy fire chief, two fire marshals, a fire inspector, a training director, four assistant fire chiefs, 20 fire lieutenants, 64 firefighters, a master mechanic, mechanic and secretary. The department also employs a part-time secretary, part-time training center assistant and part-time clerk in the Fire Marshal's office.

The Fire Department's budget in 2009-10 is $12.2 million.

Parks and Recreation Department
75 Mill Plain Rd, Fairfield, CT 06824

The Parks and Recreation Department offers sports programs for youth and adults, schedules sports teams on townMore athletic fields, staffs town beaches with lifeguards, oversees operations at the town's two golf courses, operates the town fitness center, operates a teen theater program, offers sailing and swimming lessons, and runs summer playground, summer camp, after-school and pre-school programs.

The 2009-10 Parks and Recreation Department budget includes four subcategories for waterfront and marina, the Penfield Pavilion complex, South Pine Creek Golf Course and H. Smith Richardson Golf Course.

The main budget for the Parks and Recreation Department in 2009-10, which mostly includes salaries for a director, assistant director, two recreation coordinators, a secretary and an account clerk, as well as seasonal payroll and maintenance accounts, totals $826,830. Revenue from swimming lessons, use of the Tennis Center and the winter tennis concession, the rental of facilities and fees for non-residents in adult sports leagues is estimated at $219,000.

The Penfield Pavilion complex budget, which is mostly designed to cover seasonal employment, utilities and maintenance, totals $103,945, with revenue from the rental of changing rooms and sailboat racks, private parties at the complex and concession fees estimated at $208,000.

The Waterfront and Marina budget in 2009-10, which mostly includes seasonal payroll and maintenance, totals $458,444.

The combined budgets for the South Pine Creek Golf Course and H. Smith Richardson Golf Course total $1.7 million, and revenue from those golf courses is $2 million.

Administrative offices for the Parks and Recreation Department are located at 75 Mill Plain Road.

Greenfield Hill Congregational Church
1045 Old Academy Rd, Fairfield, CT 06824

Greenfield Hill Congregational Church was founded in 1725, and the current church building dates to 1855, though itMore was extensively remodeled after a hurricane in 1944 blew down the church's steeple.

Greenfield Hill Congregational Church is run by its congregation. The congregation elects members of boards that run the church, select the church's ministers and staff and approve budgets and programs at the church's annual meeting in late January.

Adult programs at the church include volunteering at Operation Hope, a Fairfield agency that helps the homeless, and for the church's annual Dogwood Festival, which raises money for charities. Adults also serve in the church's Compassion Group, which exists to help members of the church and the broader community, and as confirmation mentors, church school teachers and advisers for youth programs, the Boy Scouts and service trips to Appalachia.

Youth programs include serving as junior deacons, service trips to Appalachia, staffing a soup kitchen in Bridgeport, the "Super Bowl of Caring," which collects donations during Super Bowl week to assist food pantries, and fundraising for cancer research.

Money donated by church members assists local and international charitable organizations.

The church's co-pastors are the Rev. David Johnson Rowe, who has served as a pastor at the church since 1997, and the Rev. Alida Ward, who has served as a pastor at the church since 1989.

Greenfield Hill Congregational Church is the site of the annual Dogwood Festival, a much celebrated event in the spring that draws thousands of visitors from around New England and that raises money for local, national and international charities. The 2010 Dogwood Festival, which will be the 75th, takes place on Mother's Day weekend from May 7 through May 9.

Greenfield Hill Congregational Church says its mission is to be a welcoming community which proclaims the Word of God and the Gospel of Christ, nurtures Christian beliefs and behavior and lifelong maturing in faith, and empowers everyone to grow as a Christian and to minister to others spiritually and physically.