The Town of Clayton Fire District was formed in 1996. Four different entities were combined with the formation of the district. Assets of the Village of Clayton, Depauville Fire District, Clayton Fire Department, and Depauville Fire Department were brought under the control of the newly formed district. All required funding would now be provided by the District, although the two fire departments would continue fund raising efforts as they saw fit.
District Mission Statement:
“To provide quality emergency services to all citizens in the most cost effective manner; to facilitate relationship between the fire departments, governments, and citizens; to develop a long range plan to ensure that quality equipment and services will continue to be available.”
***Correction to notice published in the Thousand Islands Sun February 26, 2020-The bid is for a 1999 Tanker (not 2005 as published)***
MEETING CHANGES: Due to COVID-19 and current public meeting regulations, The Town of Clayton Fire District board will NOT be meeting publicly until further notice. The board will, however, be holding all regular and special meetings through Zoom virtual meetings beginning with the tanker bid opening scheduled for Monday, March 30, 2020 at 6:30 pm. Please refer to the this website for virtual meeting instructions and the invitation number to be able to join the meetings. Regular meeting rules will apply.