Avon Volunteer Fire Department: Company Two Secret Lake Road, Avon, CT06001 The Avon Volunteer Fire Department (AVFD): Company Two station on Secret Lake Road is the oldest station in the…More Department. Until 1943, the Department, formally known as the Secret Lake Association, served Avon and Canton residents. The Association was incorporated into the AVFD that year. Engines 10 and 11 are housed there, and the Department services District One, which are the northern and western parts of Avon.
The Avon Volunteer Fire Department Company Three used to be known as the West Avon Volunteer Fire Department, an…More independent company. It merged with the Avon Volunteer Fire Department and Secret Lake Fire Department in 1960. A new station was built in 1964 at the company's current location on West Avon Road. Because of its central location, Company Three is the most active department in Avon. The company is often called upon for mutual aid assistance.
Ladder 12, the only aerial apparatus in the town, responds primarily to structural fires. Company Three houses Tanker 5, the only fire department apparatus for delivering large amounts of water. Engine 14 is used for fire and rescue, also capable of delivering water. The company also has Truck 6, which is a Fire Police traffic control vehicle and is a first responder rehabilitation vehicle.
Enford Street Ground Enford Street, Avon, CT06001 This small field, located adjacent to the Avon Post Office, is used by the Avon Volunteer Fire Department for its…More annual carnival and other small gatherings.
Avon Volunteer Fire Department Company One 25 Darling Dr, Avon, CT06001 Avon Volunteer Fire Department Company One is the administrative headquarters for the four fire stations in Avon. It was…More established in 1973 and is stationed at 25 Darling Drive. One full-time and one part-time employee work at the headquarters and are assisted by volunteers. The primary role of the fire department administration is working with computer software, as well as recording members' attendance at fire calls, participating in training sessions and meetings, keeping inventories of fire gear, equipment and apparatus, recoring regulations and meeting minutes and preparing the necessary date to meet town, state and federal regulations. All new member applications are processed here.