SCVFA settles with NEC over Building
The SCVFA and the Niagara Escarpement Commision have come to an agreement that allows us to finish the construction of our building on our property that was started over 4 years ago. Thanks to everyone who signed our petition and supported us throughout this ordeal. We are now activley fundraising to help complete this project and keep Firemen's Park one of the most beautiful spots in Niagara Falls.
Harvest Fest - September 21st & 22nd
FALL HARVEST FESTIVAL
SEPTEMBER 21 & 22
at FIREMENS PARK
5K Run through the Park (registration info here)
Saturday September 21
Saturday September 21 - 10:00am
* Niagara Kids who contacted Mike G. about driving a Soap Box Car please be at the Pit area for 8:45am
Car Show - Sept. 21 - (car entry registration here)
Motorcycle Show and Shine
Sunday Sept 22
Enter a Bike only $5 - includes Hambuger or Hotdog
Plaques for different divisions & door prizes
Note: no pre-registration required for Car ot Mototcycle show
All are Welcome
Food Provided by the
Stamford Centre Volunteer Firemen
Vendors welcome (application here)
New Leash-Free Dog Park
With ongoing partnership with the City of Niagara Falls, Firemen's Park now has a 3.5-acre Leash-Free Dog Park. Situated in the Upper Park, along the road from the parking lot, the facility consists of two fully fenced in sections - one for smaller dogs (less than 10kg) and one for larger dogs.
Welcome to our website!
Take a journey through our website pages and learn about our history, our purpose, our Beneficiaries, and our events. Our Photo Albums are full of pictures of past events, which include our Annual Carnival in June, the NEW HarvestFest in the Fall, our Tuesday and Thursday Concerts in the Amphitheater. Walk in the Park, or hike the trails. Have a picnic, or plan a family event. Learn about nature, the birds, animals, trees and shrubs that are found in Firemen's Park. And for the little ones, there is a large playground.
The Stamford Center Volunteer Firemen's Association (known as S.C.V.F.A) has a long history in Stamford/Niagara Falls. We started in 1922 as a fire protection for the village of Stamford. After the amalgamation with Niagara Falls in 1963, we continued on as a community based Service Club, with our focus being the City of Niagara Falls.
The S.C.V.F.A. is probably best known for our 135 acre natural park, located in the north end of Niagara Falls,on the beautiful Niagara Escarpment (Dorchester Road at Mountain Road). There are hiking trails, picnic tables, fishing in our pond, concerts in our Ampitheater, as just a few of the possible activities. With partnership with the city, a new Modular Playground for children has been installed.