Monroe Joint Fire District

Monroe Joint Fire District 

  •  In 2011, the three fire companies serving the Town of Monroe (Mombasha Fire Company, Harriman Engine Company, and Lakeside Fire and Rescue Company) merged to create the Monroe Joint Fire District.
  • The three fire companies respond together for all calls within the boundaries of our Joint Fire District.

    By combining resources, the Monroe Joint Fire District is able to provide a wide range of fire and rescue services as part of a consolidated Department.

  • Latest Public & Legal Notices

  • pdf Notice of Annual Election Monroe Joint FD
  • *Candiates for office are required to request that their name be placed on the ballot, by petition, on or before November 18th, 2020.
  • Petitions can be downloaded below. They are to be returned to the District Secretary at Town Hall 1465 Orange Tpk. between 8:00 am - 4:00pm Monday - Friday. 
  • *Please note that no person may run for more than one office in a fire district election.
  • pdf Petition for Candidate commissioner five year  



PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that at a regular meeting of the Board of Fire Commissioners of the Monroe Joint Fire District of the Towns of Monroe and Woodbury, Orange County, New York, held on October 22, 2020, a resolution was adopted, an abstract of which is as follows:

RESOLVED that the Treasurer of the Fire District be authorized to withdraw the sum of up to EIGHT HUNDRED SEVENTY-FIVE THOUSAND and 00/100 ($875,000.00) DOLLARS from the Capital Equipment Fund heretofore established for the purchase of a custom rescue apparatus and equipment appurtenant thereto.

PLEASE TAKE FURTHER NOTICE that the adoption of this resolution is subject to permissive referendum and shall take effect thirty (30) days after its adoption, unless there shall be filed in the interim with the Fire District Secretary a petition signed and acknowledged or approved in the same manner as a deed to be recorded by resident taxpayers of the Monroe Joint Fire District owning taxable real property aggregating at least one-quarter of the assessed valuation of all taxable real property of the Fire District, as such valuations appear on the latest completed assessment rolls of the Towns of Monroe and Woodbury, protesting against such resolution and requesting that it be submitted to the qualified electors of the Fire District for their approval.

                                                                       MARY ELLEN F. BEAMS, SECRETARY

                                                MONROE JOINT FIRE DISTRICT