Never Forget the Terrorist Attacks on 9/11/2001

Let us never forget the atrocities experienced on 9/11 that took the lives of so many police, firefighters, military and civilians and sparked a resurgence of volunteerism and service in communities across the country.  Please take a moment to remember all who lost their lives and honor those survivors suffering from illnesses caused by their dedicated work following the collapse of the World Trades Centers, the attack on the Pentagon and the crash in Pennsylvania.

Annual Fund Raiser for the Farmington/Avon Training Facility


Saturday OCT 21 11:00am-3:00pm
1690 New Britain Avenue, Farmington
Rain Date Sunday Oct 22, 2017
Antique, Classic, Sports & Muscle

Food *50/50 Raffle * Fire Apparatus Displays
No Alcohol. No Pets

For more information & interested vendors contact or call (860) 675-2534.
Proceeds from this event will be used toward equipment for the Fire Training Facility for the fire fighters who serve and protect Farmington and Avon.

FF Gary Larkum Heads to Houston

Godspeed to FF Gary Larkum as he heads to Houston with the ARC to assist with distribution of  materials and supplies to those affected by Hurricane Harvey. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.

Oakland Gardens becomes East Farms Station 2

The Town of Farmington Fire Department realigned fire stations on the east side of Town during 2016.  Oakland Gardens station, located at 112 Farmington Ave., previously aligned with the Farmington Volunteer Fire Department (Main St.), is now aligned with the East Farmington Volunteer Fire Department.  To learn more about the proud history of Oakland Gardens, please visit the link on the left to the Farmington VFD, then select History on their page.

Station 2 continues the proud tradition of providing service to the Oakland Gardens, Talcott Notch, Ely Rd. and Vine Hill Rd. areas.

Station 1 continues to serve the east side, from Mountain Springs Rd. east to the West Hartford, Newington and New Britain town lines.  West Farms Mall is our largest customer having 3/4ths of the property in the Town of Farmington.  Interstate I-84 and CT Rte. 9 prove challenging as we service numerous automobile incidents throughout the year, especially during the infamous rush hours morning and afternoon.  If you hear about the accident on WTIC or WAZE, chances are we are there to assist the State Police clear the path to get you to work or home.

Station 1
94 South Rd.

Station 2
112 Farmington Ave.

Brush Fire Season is upon us

April 4, 2013


With the winter now coming to a close, the spring brush fire season is here. The warmer weather and dry gusty spring winds comes dry vegetation that can result in brush fires that burn and spread quickly. Residents are urged to use caution and report any suspicious odors of smoke or outside burning. Although Farmington is not known for having extensive brush fires, we are always concerned about the potential for camp fires and open burning that gets away from home owners. Please contact the Farmington Fire Marshal at 860-675-2322 if you have any questions about outdoor fires. Additionally please see the attached prevention tips from the State of Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection.