Village of Cambridge NY


Open Burning:   The Village of Cambridge does not require a DEC burn permit.    All burns must be in compliance with NYS Environmental Conservation Law Sections 9-1105.5 and 9-1107.   For more information, No open burns are permitted from March 15 to May 15 unless the property is classified as agricultural.


Village of Cambridge Fire Protection and Rescue

    The Cambridge Volunteer Fire Department provides continuous fire protection and rescue operations to the Village and surrounding area.  The towns of Cambridge, Jackson, White Creek and Arlington contract with the Village for fire service protection.  The Department maintains 5 pieces of fire apparatus, two engines and a fully equipped rescue vehicle.  In addition to fire response, the Department provides vehicle extrication and other rescue services, and fire prevention. The Department is always looking for more volunteers.  To learn more about volunteering, contact Chief Tom Gray by email

Cambridge Fire and Rescue

10/11/2008 - Members of the Cambridge Volunteer Fire Department pose with their newest piece of equipment, ER 224. The apparatus has the capacity of holding 1030 gallons of water, has a 1250 gpm pump, and safely carrying 8 SCBA certified firefighters. The truck also carries a set of JAWS of LIFE. Pictured (Left to Right) Fire Chief Harold Spiezio III, Al Stearns, Lt. Nash Alexander, Deputy Chief Dan Baker, President Gerald Aiken, Robert Green, Matt Toleman, Todd Archambeault, Greg Toleman, Captain Jason Blanchfield, Jim Grogan, Dave Webster, & Chaplin Paul Baker.

Village Office Hours

Monday 8 - 12
Tuesday 8 - 12
Wednesday 2 - 6
Thursday 8 - 12
Friday 8 - 12

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