Beacon Hose Seeks Volunteers to Join Fire Police Unit

Beacon Hose is currently seeking volunteers to join its fire police unit. Our fire police help maintain the safety of emergency scenes by controlling traffic and alerting drivers to hazards as they approach a scene.

Those interested must be 18 or older with a driver’s license and transportation. An annual physical is required and provided by Beacon Hose. Previous experience is not necessary; training will be provided.

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Chief Jim Trzaski’s New Year’s Message for 2017

We hope everyone is off to a terrific start in 2017. Beacon Hose Chief Jim Trzaski recently shared a few words with our members to look back at 2016 and look forward to this year.


2016 was a busy and rewarding year for Beacon Hose. I always say that Beacon Hose is a multi-faceted organization, and 2016 was no exception.

YEAR IN REVIEW: Click here for the top 16 Beacon Hose photos of 2016.

Members constantly demonstrated their value to our department, whether it was being dedicated to an ambulance crew night, working with our junior corps, representing our department at other departments’ functions, assisting at our fundraisers, participating in training and equipment checks, serving on a committee, or most importantly, responding to fire and medical responses.

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Reviewing Snow Ordinances and Fire Hydrant Clearing

It’s a good time for Beacon Falls residents to refresh themselves on the town ordinances involving snow and ice removal from their sidewalks, as well as rules about street parking during snowstorms. Here are the key details to remember:

  • Residents must clear snow and ice away from public sidewalks adjacent to their property in a timely manner after a snowstorm. The ordinance specifies this be done within 12 hours of the end of snow (after 7 a.m.).
  • Residents and private contractors may not clear snow from sidewalks or driveways into a public street.
  • Residents cannot park on public streets for more than one hour while town workers are clearing snow.

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