Company 5 - Liberty Street Volunteer Fire Company
The Liberty Street Volunteer Fire Company opened in 1914 in the Northwestern corner of town. This station's first due is primarily brownstones and taxpayers. This volunteer company is unique, as it only allows veterans and those that have served in the armed forces into their membership.
Engine Co. 5
Liberty Street operates this 1986 Sutphen Deluge as Engine 5. This engine has a 1500 gallon per minute pump, carries 500 gallons of water, and has a 60 gallon foam cell with 30 gallons of class A and 30 gallons of class B foam.
Attack Co. 5
Attack 5 is the first "new" piece of apparatus the fire company has received since its pumper in 1986. The Town of Willowdale purchased this used 2005 Ford F500 Super Duty 4x4/BRAT Mini-Pumper and donated it to Liberty Street to ease on the wear and tear of Engine 5. This rig is due to be repainted to match Engine 5.