Erie County Fire Advisory Board

According to the Erie County Charter, this board shall be composed of twenty-five (25) members appointed by the County Executive for two years. At least eight of the members shall be active or exempt members of volunteer fire companies. It shall be the duty of such board to cooperate with the state office of fire prevention and control in effectuating the purposes for which the office was established in relation to programs for fire training and mutual aid; to act as an advisory body to the county executive, the county legislature, the commissioner of emergency services and the deputy commissioner of fire safety in connection with county participation in programs for fire training and mutual aid, county establishment and maintenance of a county fire training school and mutual aid programs for fire and other emergencies in which the services of firemen would be used; and to perform such other duties as the county executive, the county legislature, the commissioner of emergency services or the deputy commissioner of fire safety may prescribe in relation to fire training and mutual aid for fire and other emergencies in which the services of firemen would be used; and to perform such other duties as the county executive, the county legislature, the commissioner of emergency services or the deputy commissioner of fire safety may prescribe in relation to fire training and mutual aid for fire and other emergencies in which the services of firemen would be used. The members of such board shall be county officers and shall serve without compensation. The terms of the office of the incumbent members of the fire advisory board shall continue for the periods for which such members shall have been appointed. 

 

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According to the Erie County Charter, this board shall be composed of twenty-five (25) members appointed by the County Executive for two years. At least eight of the members shall be active or exempt members of volunteer fire companies.

It shall be the duty of such board to cooperate with the state office of fire prevention and control in effectuating the purposes for which the office was established in relation to programs for fire training and mutual aid; to act as an advisory body to the county executive, the county legislature, the commissioner of emergency services and the deputy commissioner of fire safety in connection with county participation in programs for fire training and mutual aid, county establishment and maintenance of a county fire training school and mutual aid programs for fire and other emergencies in which the services of firemen would be used; and to perform such other duties as the county executive, the county legislature, the commissioner of emergency services or the deputy commissioner of fire safety may prescribe in relation to fire training and mutual aid for fire and other emergencies in which the services of firemen would be used.

The members of such board shall be county officers and shall serve without compensation. The terms of the office of the incumbent members of the fire advisory board shall continue for the periods for which such members shall have been appointed. 

 

Wall of Honor Policy & Procedures

 

 

Upcoming meetings:

 

All meetings (unless otherwise stated) are held in the auditorium at the Erie County Emergency Services Training & Operations Center, located at 3359 Broadway, Cheektowaga, NY. All meetings are open to the public.


  • 2017 Meetings

 - October 26, 2017

 - December 7, 2017

  • 2018 Meetings

- February 22, 2018

- April 26, 2018

- June 28, 2018

- August 30, 2018

- October 25, 2018

- December 6, 2016

 

Click below to read 2017 meeting minutes:

 

Click below to read the 2016 meeting minutes:

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