Greater Adirondack Resource

Conservation & Development Council

To promote the wise use of natural resources and enhance the economic vitality of the Greater Adirondack region

Tenant Creek waterfall
 Thomas Bielli used with permission

Rural Fire Protection

The Greater Adirondack RC&D Council works in conjunction with local Soil and Water Conservation Districts and local rural fire departments to install dry hydrants for fire protection.

Dry hydrants allow rural fire departments to have ready access to high volumes of water for year-round fire protection. Dry hydrants may allow rural homeowners to lower their insurance premiums do to increased fire protection.

Contact the RC&D Office or your local Soil and Water Conservation District for assistance.

 

Clinton County: 518-561-4616 ext.3

Essex County: 518-962-8225

Fulton County: 518-762-0077 ext.3

Hamilton County: 518-548-3991

Saratoga County: 518-885-6900 ext.3

Warren County: 518-623-3119

Washington County: 518-692-9940

Dry hydrant on Schroon River, Town of Bolton, Warren CountyDry Hydrant at Lake Algonquin, Town of Wells, Hamilton County