Organizational Overview

The Brighton Fire Department, as we know it today, was founded in 1925, and provides fire, rescue, and first-response EMS services, as well as safety education, within the Brighton Fire District. The Brighton Fire District covers approximately two-thirds of the Town of Brighton and a small portion of the northwestern portion of the Town of Pittsford.  Our district is located in the suburbs of Rochester, New York within Monroe County.

Though our district appears very residential, there is a substantial amount of commercial, office, senior-care, higher-education, and medical facilities, as well as highways.  Since 1925, our staffing model has been a combination of career and volunteer personnel.  Today, BFD employs career firefighters, officers, and several administrative assistants to supplement its force of approximately 90 volunteers who together train for and respond to approximately 2400 calls annually including Firefighting, Rescue, first-response EMS, Hazardous Materials, and Water Rescue.  


Drone picture of Station 1 headquarters

Station 1 - Headquarters

3100 East Avenue Rochester
New York 14610

Drone image of Station 2

Station 2

2605 Elmwood Avenue Rochester
New York 14618

Station 3

429 Clover Street Rochester
New York 14610