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Long Island Fire Departments

It is always good to keep emergency services information on hand in case of crisis, and this of course includes knowing the contact information for your local fire department. In addition to keeping your town safe and extinguishing fires, many local fire departments also offer informational programs that teach safe habits and practices to children, as well as planning in the event of an emergency. Many also work in conjunction with local organizations such as the Boy Scouts or Rotary Clubs to make sure that American Flags are retired safely and properly under the supervision of a trained firefighting professional. There are also volunteer opportunities available at many local fire departments, offering you a chance to give back to your community, and protect your neighbors.

Albertson Hook & Ladder Engine

107 Dewey Avenue in Albertson
(516) 739-3514

Alert Engine Hook Ladder & Hose

555 Middle Neck Road in Great Neck

All City Fire Department

650 Seaman Avenue in North Baldwin
(516) 223-6959

Amagansett Fire Department

439 Main Street in Amagansett
(631) 267-3300

Amityville Fire Department

55 W Oak Street in Amityville
(631) 691-9081

Atlantic Streeteamer Fire Company

25 E Main Street in Oyster Bay
(516) 624-3215

Babylon Fire Department

153 W Main Street in Babylon
(631) 669-1600

Baldwin Fire Department

2386 Grand Avenue in Baldwin
(516) 223-6858

Barnum Island Fire District

4140 Broadway in Island Park
(516) 432-0909

Bayport Fire Department

251 Snedecor Avenue in Bayport
(631) 472-0641

Bay Shore Fire Department

195 5th Avenue in Bay Shore
(631) 665-4227

Bayville Fire Department

258 Bayville Avenue in Bayville
(516) 628-1922

Bellerose Fire Department

50 Superior Road in Great Neck
(516) 358-2960

Bellmore Fire Department

2450 Newbridge Road in Bellmore
(516) 781-1583

Bellmore Fire District

230 Pettit Avenue in Bellmore
(516) 783-6600

Bellport Fire Department

161 Main Street in Bellport
(631) 286-0273

Bellport Fire District

161 Main Street in Bellport
(631) 286-0405

Bellport Old Fire House

11 Bell Street in Bellport
(631) 286-5898

Bethpage Fire District

225 Broadway in Bethpage
(516) 933-6300

Bohemia Fire Department

950 Pearl Street in Bohemia
(631) 589-2555

Brentwood Fire Department

125 4th Street in Brentwood
(631) 242-4231

Bridgehampton Fire Department

64 School Street in Bridgehampton
(631) 537-0336

Brookhaven Fire District

2486 Montauk Hwy in Brookhaven
(631) 286-0282

Carle Place Fire Department

460 Broadway in Carle Placeace
(516) 334-8888

Centereach Fire Districtrict

9 South Washington Avenue in Centereach
(631) 588-8652

Center Moriches Fire Department

301 Main Street in Center Moriches
(631) 878-0089

Centerport Fire Department

9 Park Cir in Centerport
(631) 261-5916

Central Islip Fire Department

97 Carleton Avenue in Central Islip
(631) 234-9145

Cherry Grove Fire District

Bayview Walk in Cherry Grove
(631) 597-6697

Cold Spring Harbor Fire Department

2 Main Street in Cold Spring Habor
(631) 692-6772

Commack Fire Department

6309 Jericho Tpke in Commack
(631) 499-6690

Copiague Fire Department

320 S Great Neck Road in Copiague
(631) 842-5566

Copiague Fire Department

500 Dixon Avenue # 1 in Copiague
(631) 842-5554

Coram Fire Department

303 Middle Companyuntry Road in Coram
(631) 732-5733

Cutchogue Fire District

260 New Suffolk Road in Cutchogue
(631) 734-6907

Davis Park Fire District

Trustees Walk in Davis Park
(631) 597-2060

Deer Park Fire Department

94 Lake Avenue in Deer Park
(631) 667-4430

Dix Hills Fire Department

115 E Deer Park Road in Dix Hills
(631) 499-8836

East Brentwood Fire District

26 Fulton Street in Brentwood
(631) 273-4560

East Farmingdale Fire Department

930 Companynklin Street in Farmingdale
(631) 249-0047

East Hampton Fire Department

1 Cedar Street in East Hampton
(631) 324-0124

East Hampton Fire Districtricts

553 Springs Fireplace Road in East Hampton
(631) 537-5681

East Islip Fire District

30 East Main Street in East Islip
(631) 224-1712

East Marion Fire District

9245 Main Road in East Marion
(631) 477-0163

East Marion Fire House

9524 Main Road in East Marion
(631) 477-0539

East Meadow Fire Department

350 N Newbridge Road in Levittown
(516) 542-0576

East Moriches Fire District

1 Pine Street in East Moriches
(631) 878-1422

East Moriches Fire Streetation

9 Pine Street in East Moriches
(631) 878-0772

East Northport Fire Department

1 9th Avenue in East Northport
(631) 261-0360

East Norwich Volunteer Fire Co. No. 1

900 Oyster Bay Road in East Norwich
(516) 922-0263

Eastport Fire Department

21 Union Avenue in Eastport
(631) 325-0464

East Quogue Fire Department

465 Montauk Hwy in East Quogue
(631) 653-5101

East Rockaway Fire Department

473 Atlantic Avenue in East Rockaway
(516) 599-4400

East Williston Fire Department

456 Sagamore Avenue in East Williston
(516) 248-7566

Eatons Neck Fire Department

55 Eatons Neck Road in Northport
(631) 757-8932

Elmont Fire District

100 School Road in Elmont
(516) 354-0844

Empire Hose Company No 3

2300 Merrick Avenue in Merrick
(516) 378-3633

Fair Harbor Fire District

Bay Walk in Fair Harbor
(631) 583-8546

Farmingdale Fire Department

361 Main Street # 2 in Farmingdale
(516) 249-3710

Farmingdale Village Fire Department

361 Main Street in Farmingdale
(516) 249-0070

Farmingville Fire District

780 Horseblock Road in Farmingville
(631) 732-6611

Farmingville Volunteer Fire

1080 Portion Road in Farmingville
(631) 732-0050

Fire Medic Company 1

65 Harbor Road in Port Washington
(516) 883-0224

Fishers Island Fire District

65 Harbor Road in Fishers Island
(631) 788-7318

Flanders Fire Department

19 Firehouse Ln in Riverhead
(631) 727-0758

Franklin Square Munson Fire

841 Liberty Place in Franklin Square
(516) 488-1858

Freeport Fire Department

15 Broadway in Freeport
(516) 378-0400

Friendship Engine & Hose

2075 Meadowbrook Road in Merrick

Garden City Fire Department

347 Streetewart Avenue in Garden City
(516) 746-1301

Garden City Park Fire Department

333 Marcus Avenue in New Hyde Park
(516) 746-3276

Garden City Park Fire District

2264 Jericho Tpke in New Hyde Park
(516) 741-0451

Glen Companyve Fire Department

10 Glen Companyve Avenue in Glen Companyve
(516) 676-0366

Glenwood Landing Fire Department

Grove Streetreet in Glenwood Landing
(516) 676-2822

Gordon Heights Fire Districtrict

23 Hawkins Avenue in Medford
(631) 698-6303

Gotham City Park Fire Department

1050 Denton Avenue in New Hyde Park
(516) 742-8036

Great Neck Vigilant Fire Company

83 Cutter Mill Road in Great Neck

Great River Fire District

108 River Road in Great River
(631) 277-5432

Greenlawn Fire Department

23 Boulevard Avenue in Greenlawn
(631) 261-9103

Greenport Fire Department

311 3rd Street in Greenport
(631) 477-1943

Hagerman Fire District

510 Oakdale Avenue in East Patchogue
(631) 654-2790

Halesite Fire Department

1 New York Avenue in Halesite
(631) 427-1910

Hampton Bays Fire Department

69 W Montauk Hwy in Hampton Bays
(631) 728-9191

Hauppauge Fire Department

855 Wheeler Road in Hauppauge
(631) 979-2348

Hauppauge Fire District

855 Wheeler Road in Hauppauge
(631) 265-0337

Hempstead Fire Department

75 Clinton Street in Hempstead
(516) 486-0311

Hewlett Fire Department

25 Franklin Avenue # 1 in Hewlett
(516) 374-9533

Hicksville Fire Department

20 E Marie Street in Hicksville
(516) 733-3210

Hicksville Road Firehouse

1 Brooklyn Avenue in Massapequa
(516) 798-7669

Holbrook Fire Department

390 Terry Boulivard in Holbrook
(631) 588-0099

Holtsville Fire District

1025 Waverly Avenue in Holtsville
(631) 475-5238

Huntington Fire Department

1 Leverich Place in Huntington
(631) 427-3030

Huntington Manor Fire Department

1650 New York Avenue in Huntington Streeta
(631) 427-1629

Inwood Fire Department

188 Doughty Boulivard in Inwood
(516) 239-3057

Island Park Fire Department

440 Long Beach Road in Island Park
(516) 431-1213

Islip Fire Department

28 Monell Avenue in Islip
(631) 581-5656

Islip Terrace Fire Department

345 Manhattan Boulivard in Islip Terrace
(631) 650-4871

Islip Terrace Fire District

264 Beaverdam Road in Islip Terrace
(631) 581-7350

Jamesport Fire District

25 Manor Ln in Jamesport
(631) 722-3817

Jericho Fire Department

424 North Broadway in Jericho
(516) 931-3546

Kings Park Fire Department

2 E Main Street in Kings Park
(631) 269-6846
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