Long Beach Fire Department (New York)

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Long Beach Fire Department
LongBeachFireDepartmentNewYorkLogo.jpg
Operational area
Country  United States
State  New York
City Long Beach
Agency overview
Established 1910
Annual calls ~5,000[1]
Staffing Combination
Fire chief Joseph Miller
EMS level ALS
IAFF 287
Facilities and equipment
Stations 3
Engines 4
Trucks 2
Rescues 1
Ambulances 3
Fireboats 1
Website
Official website
Ladder 62 Official website
IAFF website

The Long Beach NY Fire Department (LBFD) provides combination paid and volunteer fire protection and emergency medical services to the following communities on Long Beach Barrier Island, in Nassau County, New York: Atlantic Beach, Atlantic Beach Estates, East Atlantic Beach, and the city of Long Beach.[1] The department protects approximately 43,000 people and responds to almost 5,000 fires, EMS and other emergencies each year.[1]

Stations & Apparatus[edit]

Fire Headquarters, located in the rear of City Hall.

The department consists of eight individual fire companies, which each operate their own fire apparatus. Listed below are the companies, their location, as well as the units they maintain and respond with and other Department support vehicles.[2]

Engine Company Truck Company Special Unit Chief Address
Engine 2343, Engine 2344 Ladder Tower 2362 Rescue 232, Beach Rescue 2395,

Jet Ski 2399,

Ambulance 2319, Ambulance 2321, Ambulance 2322

Chief 231, Chief 231A

Chief 231B, 231C

(HQ)

1 W. Chester St.

Engine 2341 Floodlight 233, Field Comm. 234 (Station 1)

300 Maple Ave.

Engine 2342, Engine 2352(Spare) Tower Ladder 2372 Transport Unit 2374, Transport Unit 2375 (Station 2)

1039 W. Park Ave.

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c "About the Fire Department". Long Beach NY. Retrieved 25 January 2015.
  2. ^ "Companies". Long Beach Fire Department. Retrieved 25 January 2015.

Coordinates: 40°35′10″N 73°40′04″W / 40.58605°N 73.66775°W / 40.58605; -73.66775