East Marion Fire Department 9167 Main Rd, East Marion, NY11939 Organized in 1899, the East Marion Fire Department has 40 volunteers at the ready 365 days a year. They respond to…More about 100 calls a year. The department has one class A pumper truck, a ladder truck, two ambulances, one rescue boat, a heavy rescue truck, a tanker and other support vehicles.
Southold Fire Department 55135 Route 25, Southold, NY11971 Organized in 1886, the Southold Fire Department has 189 volunteers at the ready 365 days a year to serve the hamlets of…More Southold and Peconic. The brigade responds to about 600 calls a year, most of which are medical-related. The department has three class A pumper trucks, two ambulances, two dive rescue boats, a heavy rescue truck, a tanker, a hose truck, an aerial ladder truck and other support vehicles stored in two firehouses in Southold. The department consists of three fire companies and several squads.
Cutchogue Fire Department 260 New Suffolk Rd, Cutchogue, NY11935 Organized in 1928, the Cutchogue Fire Department has 110 volunteers to serve the hamlets of Cutchogue and New Suffolk…More and assist neighboring fire departments. In 1928, firefighters had one truck and responded to six calls; now, the brigade owns 10 fire and rescue vehicles, two rescue boats and several support vehicles and responds to about 450 calls a year. The department also has a band, a drill team, a ladies auxilary, and a junior fire department. Its annual chicken barbecue, which began in the summer of 1956, has become known as "Long Island's Largest Chicken Barbecue" and even draws celebrity foodies such as Martha Stewart to the North Fork.
Organized in 1907, the Mattituck Fire Department currently has 115 volunteers to serve the hamlets of Mattituck and…More Laurel and to assist nearby fire departments. The department consists of five multi-vehicle companies, including engine, ladder, water supply, fire police and rescue squads.
Orient Fire Department 23300 Main Rd, Orient, NY11957 Organized in 1895, the Orient Fire Department has 50 volunteers who respond to approximately 120 calls a year. The…More department, located across Route 25 from Oysterponds Elementary School, has two class A pumper trucks, two tankers, an ambulance, a brush truck and two rescue boats. Joe Wysocki is the chief and Robert Haase is the first assistant chief.