The Tolland Fire Department, Inc. has been
providing fire protection for the Town of Tolland since 1933. Today, the men and women who volunteer their services as Firefighters, Emergency Medical Technicians, Medical Response
Technicians or Fire Police officers work closely with six paid Firefighter/EMT's
in a modern combination department that provides the highest possible level of
fire, ambulance and emergency medical service for the town's residents and
businesses. These volunteers hope you will find the items on this web site helpful and informative!
Tolland Fire welcomes UCONN students
|We extend a warm welcome to UCONN students as you make your way back to campus! Any student interested in practical EMS experience in a relaxed, professional environment, click below to apply! Better yourself - Better your community - VOLUNTEER TODAY!|
UCONN Student Applications - JOIN US!
Private Donation Funds New Thermal Imagers
|(Tolland, Connecticut) The Tolland Fire Department is pleased to announce the addition of new Thermal Imaging Camera Units as the result of a sizable private donation.|
This purchase replaces our older units which were originally purchased in 1998 through fundraising.Thermal Imaging cameras are important tools used in firefighting. By rendering infrared radiation as visible light, these specialized units allow firefighters to see areas of heat through smoke, darkness or heat-permeable barriers. Along with the private donation the Tolland Fire Department Corporation contributed additional funds so that a total of 3 camera units could be purchased.
The Tolland Fire Department Corporation consistently applies your generous donations to supplement goods and equipment that would not otherwise be available due to budget constraints.
The Department would like to thank those associated with this specific donation as well as all who donate to the Department. Donations in any amount can be mailed to: Tolland Fire Department, Inc., P.O. Box 827, Tolland, Connecticut, 06084
Proper Battery Disposal Can Save Your Life
|Watch this video about a fire caused by improper disposal of an everyday 9v battery.|
Be Aware. Plan. Prepare.
||Recent emergencies, which in the past year alone have resulted from severe winter weather, major flooding, and Tropical Storm Irene, serve as a stern warning to Capitol Region residents that disasters can and do affect the area. Visit the Capitol Region Council of Government's disaster preparedness site for great information and tools to help you and your family.|
Click DISASTER PREP for free information.
American Red Cross Mobile App
The official American Red Cross First Aid app puts expert advice for everyday emergencies in your hand and it's free!|
Available for iPhone and Android devices, the official American Red Cross First Aid app gives you instant access to the information you need to know to handle the most common first aid emergencies. With videos, interactive quizzes and simple step-by-step advice it's never been easier to know first aid. Click RED CROSS APP for more information.