The Edinburg Volunteer Fire Company is located within the Town of Edinburg, Saratoga County, in Upstate New York.  The company provides fire protection services to the Town of Edinburg as well as the western half of adjacent Town of Day.  EVFC also provides mutual aid for surrounding fire districts, including for Northville and Providence.

Great Sacandaga Lake

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The community we serve is located in the Sacandaga River Valley in the northwest corner of Saratoga County. The Sacandaga River was flooded to create a reservoir in 1930 to provide flood control for communities downstream along the Hudson River. The reservoir is now known as the Great Sacandaga Lake. The opposite shores of the lake are connected by the Batchellerville Bridge located near the four corners in Edinburg. The fire house is also located near the four corners which makes it a critical location in order to access any spot within the district in the least amount of time. The land along the lake, near the shores, is relatively flat with steep mountainous terrain arising on both sides of the lake.

The entire protection area consists of real property (seasonal and permanent residences) and forestlands. The population is composed of approximately 2000 permanent residents which grows to up-wards of 20,000 seasonal residents throughout the summer months.

Emergency calls via 911 are received at Saratoga County's 911 emergency system located near Ballston Spa, NY. They will then dispatch the appropriate agency to respond to an emergency location. 911 calls made on cellular phones may be received at the State Police Troop G headquarters near Albany. However your location and service provider could mean that your emergency call is directed to a different 911 call center. Always give the operator an accurate description of your location so that emergency crews will not be delayed in their response.