Recent Calls
Fri. Dec 29th 2017
"Barn" fire 31 N. Main St. Holley

The fire had a large head start.  It was reported by Postal delivery worker to a neighbor who called.The garage was full...

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Tue. Nov 28th 2017
Mutual aid to Clarendon FD for a structure fire on Fancher Rd.

On 28 November Holley FD responded mutual aid to Clarendon FD for this structure fire on Fancher Rd.The fire had a head start...

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Tue. Feb 23rd 2016
Rollover MVA

Holley Firefighters with assistance from FHM, Monroe Ambulance and Holley Police responded for a 2 car MVA with 1 vehicle on ...

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Tue. Aug 29th 2017
Rope rescue

We held hands-on rope rescue drills over three drill dates.

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Wed. Jan 5th 2011
Looking for Pictures!

If anyone has pictures they have taken of the Holley FD at incidents, functions, training, or anywhere else we would love to ...

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Thu. Jun 4th 2009
Looking for Pictures of Past Apparatus!!

We are looking for any pictures you may have of any of our past apparatus, if you happen to have any feel free to email them ...

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Thanks to the voters of our fire district this truck will be Coming in early 2019
Current Line Officers:

   Chief Kevin Dann  (H1)

 Deputy Chief Harris Reed (H2)

Assistant Chief Ray McMillion (H3)

Captain Rick Cary (H4)

Captain Larry Babcock(H5)

Lieutenant  Justin McMillion (H6)

Lieutenant Michael Church (H7)

Fire Police Capt Richard Alvut (H71)

Fire Police Lieutenant John Morriss (H72)


Board of Directors:

President Fran Gaylord

Vice President Tina Reed 

Chief Kevin Dann


Erin Fiorito (Secretary)




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P O Box 465
Holley, NY 14470
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