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102nd Anniversary: 1922-2024

"Neighbors Helping Neighbors"

It is with deep regret that the Mohegan FD announces the passing of Life Member and Board of Director Edward Faughnan

Mohegan Volunteer Fire Association, February 27

Edward also known as “Speedy” and was a staple to our department for being well known for driving our 1941 Mack Antique to parades and events for decades. Ed was also heavily involved with our Muster Team and Mack Committee through the years, amongst many other committees.

Wake Service:
Joseph F. Nardone Funeral Home
414 Washington St
Peekskill, NY 10566
Friday March 1, 2024

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MVFA , February 21

On February 21, 1922 a group of local citizens met in the little Mohegan Schoolhouse (now The Rugged Boot shoe store) on the top of Barmore Hill (now East Main St/Rt 6) for the purpose of organizing a fire department. This meeting was after a fire in one of the Mohegan hotels. The following 24 men are believed to have been in attendance at that important meeting: Theodore Hill, Jr., H. Field Horne, ... (Full Story & Photos)

We Dare You to Cross the Fire Line

MVFA , February 20


The Mohegan Volunteer Fire Association is seeking new members to join our ranks. With the continuous rise in call volume, we need more volunteers to help serve the public. We are a very busy department answering 1,418 Fire/Rescue Calls in 2023. Our response area (Lake Mohegan Fire District) spans approximately 42 square miles providing service to both parts of ... (Full Story & Photos)

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MVFA , February 13

Since midnight Tues 2/13/24, Mohegan FD has been on standby at our Headquarters on Rt 6 due to the snowstorm. Because our members are volunteers, they generally respond directly to scenes from home or other locations in their personal vehicles. When inclement weather is forecasted, a "standby" is sometimes called depending on the severity of the storm or roadway conditions. This allows our volunteers ... (Full Story & Photos)

Keep Hydrants Clear of Snow

MVFA Webmaster , February 13

At times, a fire department runs into a problem finding or accessing a fire hydrant. This is not because the fire hydrant has been moved, rather because it is hidden from view. One of the most prevalent problems occurs after a snowstorm, when either the amount of snow accumulation is great, or the snow has been plowed high against the fire hydrant. If this occurs, please take the time to clear the ... (Full Story & Photos)

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