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Trumbull Volunteer Fire Co. #1 would like to give a big Thank You to David Delibro for being awarded the status of a veteran member of our fire department.

David's career as a firefighter started in 1988 where David decided to join our fire department. Throughout the years David served as a firefighter and worked through the ranks by being awarded the title of Lieutenant, Captain, and Commissioner. Most recently, David is the Public Information Officer(PIO) where he is in charge of keeping the community aware of fire safety, community awareness, and much more. David has given the Trumbull Volunteer Fire Company #1 more than 26 years of service and his knowledge and expertise are very valuable to the members of our department.

Again we are honored to have David as a member of our fire company and to be awarded the honor of being a veteran member.

Again, Thank you David for your many years of service.

Save The Date: 

Come out and support the 14th Annual CT United Ride on Sunday September 7th, 2014

The event begins in Norwalk, CT at Exit 17 off I-95 (Norden Park). Registration opens at 8:30 and Ceremonies begin at 10:30. The Ride begins at 11:30 a.m. The Ride ending at Seaside Park in Bridgeport for an afternoon of food, and music with performances by both rock and blues bands.


Trumbull Fire Departments will be staged in front of Marisa's On Main St.

Please go to CT United Ride for any further information.


Are you prepared for the the Hurricane Season that is fast approaching?

Storms with the likes of Hurricane Sandy back in 2012 affected many areas of the New York Metro area. Were you prepared for that storm? Many weren't, and too many lives, homes, and properties were lost.

Please go to the American Red Cross Hurricane Preparedness page for more information on what you can do to prepare for the fast approaching season!

Here is a Hurricane Safety Checklist provided by the American Red Cross to guide you in your preparedness.


We here at Trumbull Volunteer Fire Company are here to assist our residents whenever help is needed during hurricane season and year round when called upon. Please call 911 with your emergency and we will be there to assist you!

It's getting to be that time of year again where Trumbull Volunteer Fire Company #1 is holding our Annual 9/11 Blood Drive. In years past the Trumbull Volunteer Fire Company blood drive has been number one statewide for the day it was held and historically is one of the largest blood drives that the Red Cross holds annually.

Drive Details:
Site: Trumbull Fire House (Station 1)
Address: 860 While Plains Rd. Trumbull, CT, 06601
Room Name: Hall
Date: Sunday September 7th, 2014
Time: 9:00AM - 2:30PM
Coordinator Name: Lauren Kowtko

To schedule an appointment please call the American Red Cross at 1-800-RED-CROSS (1-800-733-2767) or make an appointment online. For additional information about the American Red Cross please go to


For you own safety please do NOT try the "Fire Challenge" that has gone viral via the internet. By attempting this challenge, it can cause some serious damage to your own body.

Fire officials from across the country have warned the public of the known viral challenge.

Please watch the video below of NYC fire officials warning parents of this very dangerous challenge.

Warning for Parents Over New Viral "Fire Challenge" - Courtesy of ABC News 7 (NY)


Another incident that happened in California of a teen attempting to take the "Fire Challenge."

Teen severely burned in online "Fire Challenge" - Courtesy of


Chief: Eric Levine

President: Brian O'Connor

Trumbull Volunteer Fire Co. No. 1
860 White Plains Road
Trumbull, CT 06611

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