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The Rush Volunteer Fire Department has been proudly serving our community since 1920.

We appreciate your support.

  Rush Fire Dept. - 1971 Rush-Mendon Road, Rush, New York 14543  585-533-2058   rfdept@rochester.rr.com   bfaugh@rochester.rr.com)

Emergency Calls as of 4/24/17   132

RECRUIT NY - ANNUAL OPEN HOUSE - Sunday April 30. 1 pm to 4 pm. Fire Truck rides for the kids, Ladies Aux. will serve HOT DOGS & DRINKS, Equipment on display - Stop and visit your neighbors who VOLUNTEER to keep you, your family and your property safe.


2017 CARNIVAL - July 13, 14 and 15


Two RUSH FD past fire chiefs have received 2017 area EMS awards.

JAMES J. BUCCI Jr. received the S.T.E.P. EMS LLOYD LEVE award. This is for his years of service, caring commitment to patients, dedication, strong leadership, teaching, communication  skills, creativity and ingenuity to Rush, Henrietta and Monroe County.  Jim was Asst. Chief for many years and Chief for Rush for 8 years. He is deputy chief of Henrietta Ambulance. He is chairman of the county EMS Advisory board and the driving force behind the county EMS trunked radio system. Jim will receive this award at the STEP conference April 1, 207 breakfast.

Robert J. Faugh received the HARRIET C. WEBER EMS award for demonstrated dedication, responsibility, exemplary professional behavior, ingenuity and insight in Rush, Monroe County and New York State EMS. Bob was voting member for the NYS Fire Districts (800 members) at the NYS EMS Council. He was involved with the Monroe County Fire & EMS Advisory boards. He was 5th Batt. EMS Coordinator for 25 years and Rush ambulance director for 26 years and EMT since 1972. Bob was a NYS EMT & Critical Trauma Care instructor for the Local police training academy at MCC and the NY State Police academy in Albany. He will receive the award at the kick off event for EMS week at the MC Public Safety Training center on May 21st. His nomination is now going to NYS EMS Council for consideration for the state award.