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About Our Stanford

Welcome to the Stanford Heights Fire District Website

The Stanford Heights Fire District is made up of approximately 7 square miles from both the Town of Niskayuna in Schenectady County and the Town of Colonie in Albany County. It borders the towns of Rotterdam and Guilderland as well as the City of Schenectady. The Stanford Heights Fire District are provided with the highest level of professional and effective protection.

Think of fire
before it starts

Don't play with matches

  • EMS calls 24/7 the firefighters and EMT's of the department active
  • The Stanford Heights Fire Department, a 100% volunteer, non-profit organization.

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A Safer Community Services

Our Services





Community Service

The Best Firefighters Team

Saved 100+ Lives and Properties

The Stanford Heights Fire Department is the firematic and social entity that provides emergency services to the residents of the Stanford Heights Fire District. In addition to providing fire protection and emergency medical services the Fire Department also takes a proactive approach to fire prevention.

Dedicated to Save Lives
24/7 Available to Save
Families Saved
Property Saved

24/7 Available. Call us Immediately

A Safer Community Events

Our Events

Fire Prevention Month

Fire Prevention Month

During the month of October Stanford Heights Firefighters, participated in community outreach both at Veeder Elementary and our own Morris Road Fire Station.

Fire Prevention Night 2015

Fire Prevention Night 2015

Heading back to school? Here is another fire saftey sheet to help keep you safe in the dorm.

2014 Memorial Service

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What is a Stanford Heights Volunteer Firefighter?

Stanford Heights Volunteer Firefighters are people who are dedicated to the welfare of their community.
Stanford Heights prides itself with members who exemplify a high degree of both physical and mental aptitude while responding to emergency situations.

Always looking for new members

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Always looking for new members

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Think Safety Today, Be
Alive Tomorrow