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For emergencies, dial 911.

To reach the Fire Department for non-emergencies, call 585-237-2050.

Now at more than 100 years old, the department has been under the direction of fifty-five chiefs and has answered over 7,000 fire calls.

From the beginning, the Perry Fire Department has responded to serious barn, business and house fires as well as automobile accident calls.

Interested in history? The department has also captured a bit of its history, and shared it online.

Fire, Safety & Prevention Links

In the Community

For decades, the Perry Fire Department has been a steady and strong community support. From providing first aid equipment, holding annual Halloween parties, sponsoring carnivals, to fundraising and developing permanent facilities at the Village Park to establish the Firemens' Building and grounds—no challenge seems too stop them.

These volunteers are essential, and greatly appreciated by all. They give so generously—in the face of dangerous conditions, and in the time they spend in training and preparation.

If you are interested in volunteering with the Fire Department, as a Firefighter or otherwise, call the department on their non-emergency line at 585-237-2050.

Leadership and Officers

  • David Spink, Chief
  • Mason Hinsken, 1st Assistant Chief
  • David Laraby, 2nd Assistant Chief
  • Dylan Hinsken, Senior Captain
  • Robert Brundage, Junior Captain
  • Dakota Spink, 1st Lieutenant
  • Chris Jurek, 2nd Lieutenant


  • Kevin Hough, President
  • Todd Thomson, Vice President
  • Tammy Kelsey, Secretary
  • Laurie Bark, Assistant Secretary
  • Tom McLaughlin, Treasurer


Masonic Temple in Spring
Perry Public Library, home of the Stowell-Wiles Gallery
His 'N Hers & Jake's Barber Shop on Main Street
Looking South from Burlingham Books, on Main Street
Rachel says Hello! from Olive & Ink, on Main Street
Arts Council for Wyoming County, on Main Street
Artworks by PCS kids on display at the Wyoming County Fair
A sunset over Silver Lake in Winter
Reading at the Bookstore
Read Around Perry (RAP) 5K Medals
Pitching in at the Village Park on Clean Sweep Day
Hold onto your Last Night Perry!
Hello Honeycombers!
Milk! on Main Street.
Reading with Rotary, oh my!