Every day Americans experience the horror of fire. But most people don't understand fire. Only when we know the true nature of fire can we prepare ourselves and our families. Each year more than 4,000 Americans die and approximately 25,000 are injured in fires, many of which could be prevented. The United States Fire Administration (USFA), a division of the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), believes that fire deaths can be reduced by teaching people the basic facts about fire. Below are some tips for your safety.
Cohocton Police Department
(Serving the Town and Village of Cohocton)
19 Main St
Atlanta, NY 14808 Emergency: 911
Chief Mark Barnhart
New York State Troopers (Wayland Office)
2634 Route 21
Wayland, NY 14572
585-728-5758 Steuben County Sheriff’s Office
7007 Rumsey St.Ext.
Bath, NY 14810
(800) 724-7777 or (607) 622-3901
Ambulance Commissioner: (All terms are for three years:)
Ashley Schwingel Chair- December 2025
Samantha Wise December 2022
Judy Graham December 2022
William Waggoner December 2025
Patricia Yanda December 2025
One Commissioner must be from the Village of Cohocton
The Cohocton Ambulance Commissioners meeting is the second Monday of the Month at the Cohocton Fire Station starting January 2021 at 7pm.
All are welcome