Engine Company Three was Born – 1967

Posted by on Aug 9, 2013 in Warwick In History Minutes | 0 comments

“Warwick in History” – A fire truck on the south side of the railroad track had been the dream of every fire official in the Village of Warwick for many years. It was decided that if enough men would leave their original companies, and new men would join, making a total of 25, the village board would go along with a new company.

The village board approved the names and by-laws, and in 1967 a new company was formed, known as Engine Company Three, with a membership of 23. In July of 1973 the wives of the members organized a ladies auxiliary, and in 1974, a historian was added.

Engine Company Three feels very proud to be part of the Bicentennial history of our nation’s fire organizations.