Dedicated Service Since 1917

The Stepney Volunteer Fire Company is one of three fire companies in the Town of Monroe, located about 10 miles north of Bridgeport, CT. Our response area consists of 26 square miles and a population of over 20,000. We operate from 2 stations using four engines, a truck, a heavy rescue, a squad and a chief's vehicle. Currently we are the only Ladder Company in the Town of Monroe. The fire company's primary coverage area includes the following sections of Monroe: Stepney, Stevenson and Monroe Center. We also provide coverage to the Towns of Trumbull, Easton, Newtown and Shelton on a mutual aide basis. The Stepney Vol. Fire Company is dedicated to protecting the lives and property of the residents of the Town of Monroe and will continue to do so for many years to come.

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INVITATION TO BID
Thursday, September 22, 2016
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WHAT A MEAL!!
Saturday, August 27, 2016
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Stepney Fire just completed its annual Lobster Clambake. What a party, um dinner, it was! Great food, fabulous steaks, terrific lobster and wonderful burgers and hot dogs. Special thanks go out to all of the people who were involved in putting on this dinner.

 
Hungry customers are lining up.
   Hungry customers are lining up.
Roy and Rudy prep lobsters for your dinnerplates.
   Roy and Rudy prep lobsters for your
      dinnerplates.
VERN'S BIRTHDAY
Happy 92nd Birthday, Vern!
   Happy 92nd Birthday, Vern!
Word just came in to the stepneyfire.com newsdesk that Stepney member VERN DAVIS will be turning 92 years old on August 31st. Ninety-two years old! That's amazing! A big STEPNEY FIRE HAPPY BIRTHDAY to you, Vern!

 
NEW OFFICERS ANNOUNCED
   
Thursday, August 11, 2016
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Stepney Fire Chief Scott Rose, Sr. announced the lieutenants for 2016-2017. They are: Lieutenants Joe Dias and Scott Rose, Jr. Contratulations.

 
LADDERS LADDERS EVERYWHERE
Tuesday, August 9, 2016 
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We had a terrific drill last night. Stepney's Truck 100 joined Monroe's Quint 200 and Long Hill's Ladder Tower 204 for a little cross-company training. There's nothing like playing with other people's toys!

 
   
   
NATIONAL NIGHT OUT
Wednesday, August 3, 2016
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We had a fanTAStic time at the National Night Out at Wolfe Park. Stepney's Truck 100 and Engine 102 were on hand, along with apparatus and manpower from Monroe and Stevenson Fire and Monroe EMS, CERT, Monroe PD and DEEP (including their boat). Many people stopped by and a lot of kids (and some parents) took a tour of the insides of the Truck. A GREAT time was had by all.

 
   
   
ANNUAL MEETING
Friday, July 15, 2016
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The election of officers was held at tonight’s annual meeting. Here are the results: Chief: Scott Rose, Sr., Deputy Chief: Eric Bleakney, Assistant Chief: Mike Klemish, President: Jim Mace, Vice-President: Scott Schmaling, Treasurer: Debbie Heim, Financial Secretary: Darren Dyson, Recording Secretary: Bill Truini, Executive Board: Rudy Beers, Chris Doyle, Greg Loehr, Andy Csire, David Engle . Good luck to all…and thanks for stepping up.

 
ANNUAL MEETING EXTRA
Thursday, July 14, 2016
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Following last night's annual meeting, we celebrated the birthday of Life Member Arnold Engle, who turns 92 this week. Arnold served in the Army during World War II and joined the department in 1950. He has held the rank of Assistant Chief and is still an active member; attending almost all business meetings and fire department events, including marching in the Memorial Day parade every year. Pictured is Arnold and his son David A. Engle, also a Life Member.

 
   
   
GLAD TO HELP
   
Friday, July 1, 2016
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Truck 100 was on hand to help the Monroe Police Department raise money for Special Olympics. Their Cop on Top program (note the cop "on top" of the ladder) raised over $3700 in just a few hours at the intersection of routes 25 and 59 in Stepney.

 
A TRAGIC LOSS
   
Monday, June 13, 2016
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It is with deep regret that the Monroe Volunteer Fire Department announces the passing of their member, Forrest Ryan, age 24, who died in a motor vehicle accident on June 13th. Forrest joined the Monroe department in 2009 and was an active firefighter serving our community for several years. Forrest was a hard-working member who always shared a smile and a joke, and would gladly do anything to help a fellow member in need. May he rest in eternal peace. On behalf of the Stepney Vol. Fire Dept. we would like to send our deepest condolences to the family, friends and fellow brother firefighters on the tragic loss of Forrest. Forever in our hearts. Rest easy. Chief S. Rose Sr.

 
CONGRATULATIONS!!
Friday, May 13, 2016
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Congratulations to Deputy Chief Eric Bleakney and his wife, Michelle on the early-morning birth of their daughter Savannah Grace who, at 9lbs, 3oz, was not so little!. Both mother and daughter are reportedly doing well.

 
   
   
DOWNS ROAD FIRE
Tuesday, May 3, 2016
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Shortly after midnight, Stepney Fire, along with Monroe and Stevenson fire departments, were called out to a fully involved house fire at 39 Downs Road in the Stevenson area of Monroe. Stepney responded with Engine 102 along with 151. Monroe sent Engine 203 and Utility 214. Stevenson furnished two engines, a tanker and their rescue. Mutual aid tankers were also called in from Sandy Hook and Botsford. Long Hill VFD provided station coverage at Station 1. The fire was under control around 2am. Thankfully, no one was home at the time of the fire. Firefighters battled the blaze for about two and a half hours before bringing it under control. The cause of the fire is under investigation.

 
   
   
FULLY INVOLVED IN TRUMBULL
Monday, April 25, 2016
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At 16:50 Stepney was dispatched for Truck 100 to respond with an engine from Monroe Volunteer Fire Department for mutual aid to the Blessed Assurance Prayer Community and Blessed Lambs Preschool at 175 White Plains Road in Trumbull for a structure fire. Upon arrival an evacuation order was given for a possible structural collapse. After exterior operations knocked down the bulk of the fire, Truck 100's crew was sent inside for hot spots and mop up work. Thanks to Botsford Fire & Rescue for station coverage while we were out of town.

 
   
   
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