The Tioga Center Fire Department was first organized in 1949, covering an area of approximately 60 square miles, and has proudly served and protected our community since. We are an all volunteer fire department in rural upstate New York, providing fire, EMS, and rescue services to our community as well as mutual aid services to departments as requested through our dispatch center located in Owego, NY.
In July, the Fire Department and Squad responded to a total of 28 calls. The squad responded to all calls, including five ALS assists and four mutual aids. The Fire Department responded to five calls, including one Barn fire, one Mutual aid for traffic control, one public service call for wires and tree down, one alarm at the school, and one stand-by for possible mutual aid to a neighboring department for a car fire. The department has run a total of 164 calls for 2019.