Town of Hoosick Rescue Squad, inc.

Town of Hoosick Rescue Squad, inc.
21 First Street station
PO Box 16 mailing
Hoosick Falls, NY 12090
518-686-4105 station
Organized in 1957

The mission of the Town of Hoosick Rescue Squad is to deliver to our residents and neighbors the highest quality emergency services through prevention, education, training, and commitment. In addition, we offer medical support to our public safety partners in the community and region.

We offered a junior membership program that allows ages 16-18 to ride on the ambulance. Our Youth Group starts at ages 13 and is a great way to learn about community service.

For information about volunteering, please call 518-686-4105 and please leave a message.

Hoosick Falls Kiwanis Club

The Hoosick Falls Kiwanis Club is very active and sponsors many activites for the youth of the community.

For more information, please call (518) 686-4600, or visit their website at:

Town of Hoosick Lions Club

The Town of Hoosick Lions Club is an active group of men and women which has served the Town of Hoosick and the surrounding area since 1960.

We provide community service in many forms, from scholarships and assistance to youth organizations to running the Penny Hunt and Wood Memorial Road Race. Our primary focus is on assisting those with sight or hearing related needs.

For more information, visit our website at

Hoosick Grange #1127

We are America's Family Fraternity. We are the place to grow.

More info.

Hoosick Local Development Corporation

Local development corporation

The Hoosick Local Development Corporation works to promote, assist, develop and attract new business and industries to the Town of Hoosick. The board offers assistance to new and existing businesses alike by offering guidance, counseling and low interest loans.

Phone: 518-686-7390


Mr. Galord leading the Community Band on a Summer Evening

Town of Hoosick Rescue Squad, inc.

Kiwanians put on their skates and hosted the Annual Skating Party for the youth of the community on February 14 at the Reynolds/Gilchrest Skating Rink. Many children attended the event and were treated to free skating, hot chocolate and prizes by the Club.