East South Street, Clark Mills
In October of 1976 COCVAC moved to our current headquarters building on East South Street in Clark Mills. The original garage, next to St. Mark's Episcopal Church on White Street in Clark Mills, still exists today. After expansions in 1983, 1998, and 2009, COCVAC's Headquarters consists of full crew quarters, administrative offices, classrooms, and four ambulances.
Whitesboro Fire House
Beginning in 2015, COCVAC began operating a second station in the Village of Whitesboro. Located in the Whitesboro Fire Department, Station 2, consists of full crew quarters on the second floor with one ambulance housed in the Fire Departments Bay.
In 2017, Waterville and Oriskany Falls Volunteer Ambulance Corps merged with COCVAC resulting in an expansion into southern Oneida County. In partnership with the Village of Oriskany Falls, we have established Station 3 at the Town office building consisting of full crew quarters, and one ambulance.