Is there a fire hydrant near your home? Help the Laurelton Fire Department by keeping it clear of ice and snow. Taking inspiration from the City of Rochester's Adopt-a-Hydrant program that Laurelton resident Martin Petrella helped launch initially in Corn Hill with their neighborhood association, we're looking to encourage residents near fire hydrants to keep their hydrants free of snow and ice which will keep our neighbors safe.
Adopt a hydrant by agreeing to perform the following tasks:
Clear a path from the hydrant to the street;
Clear a 3-foot perimeter around the hydrant;
Remove ice and snow.
You can even name your hydrant. Just find the hydrant(s) you'd like to adopt in the map below (green indicates the hydrant is available, red indicates it has been adopted), fill out the form below the map and note the hydrant(s) (if you click on the marker it'll list a name -- i.e. Vayo 1), and then keep an eye on it during snow events. It's that simple!
Please note: Hydrant locations are approximate. If you see any errors, please let us know. Also, given that fire hydrants are near the road, we'd discourage children from helping out for the sake of their safety. Thanks! opt