Queensbury Central Volunteer Fire Company
Welcome to the new home of the Queensbury Central Volunteer Fire Company. The mission of the Queensbury Central Volunteer Fire Company is to protect the lives and property of the people of Queensbury from fires, natural disasters, and hazardous materials incidents; to save lives by providing emergency medical services; to prevent fires through prevention and education programs.
Station 1: (518) 792-8539
Station 2: (518) 798-1139
Our Coverage Area
This Site Is Dedicated To Jerry & Chet South
Proudly Serving More Than 50 Years of Active Service
This site is dedicated to our longtime Chaplain C. Powel South and his wife “Jerry”.
“Chet” joined the company in May of 1953 and Jerry joined the Ladies Auxiliary shortly thereafter. Both members have held numerous offices during that time.
Chet and Jerry stand as a symbol of what it truly means to be a “dedicated volunteer” and we would like to express our sincerest appreciation to them for showing us the way.
"I have no ambition in this world but one
and that is to be a fireman…
The position may in the eyes of some
appear to be a lowly one…
But those who know the work
which a fireman has to do
believe his is a noble calling…
Our proudest moment is to save lives…
Under the impulse of such thoughts
the nobility of the occupation thrills us
and stimulates us to deeds of daring…
Even of supreme sacrifice…"
Edward F. Croker
Chief of Department
“…we will never forget!”
Click the scanner below to tune in!
Queensbury Central Fire is dispatched by the Warren County Communications Center on station WNVU-964 at 154.175. Fireground communications take place on 154.205 (main) and 159.345 (repeater) under the callsign WRW-785. Warren County utilizes a "two-tone" paging system to activate our pagers and sirens.