Nesconset Fire Department

2014 Stats
Fire EMS
Jan 76 103
Feb 58 68
Mar 64 99
Apr 59 90
May 48 109
Jun 67 89
Jul 86 117
Aug 65 105
Sep 57 94
Oct 90 108
Nov 78 103
Dec 51 73
Total 799 1158

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National Weather Service Alerts for Suffolk County, NY

Welcome to the Nesconset Fire Department

Winter storms and plowing operations can often hide the hydrants under a mountain of snow making them impossible to find quickly. In the event of a fire, firefighters have to locate and shovel out fire hydrants before getting WATER. Precious time is lost and when a fire occurs we need that time to save lives and keep damage to a minimum. Fire can double in size every 17 seconds. Having unimpeded access to the hydrants can make a significant difference on the fire scene. 

We are asking that you help us by keeping the fire hydrant closest to your residence or business clear of snow. We need a 3-foot path leading from the street to the hydrant and a 3-foot path around the hydrant.

If you contract with a private contractor to plow your driveway and shovel your sidewalks, please instruct your contractor to remove the snow from around a fire hydrant if one is in front of your home.



To provide the finest professional quality emergency responses to our Residents, Property Owners, Neighborhood Visitors, Commercial Store owners and our Neighbors, in the event of Fire, Medical Emergencies, Accidents, and other Natural or Man-made disasters.



MVA Nichols Road & Woodview Drive

Member Ronald Monteleone, February 24

Nesconset Fire Department was toned out for a motor vehicle accident on Nichols Road with a cross street of Woodview Drive. Under the command of Chief 31 James Keane two patient where stabilized and transported to Stony Brook Hospital for evaluation and treatment. The crew secured and both vehicles.... (Full Story & Photos)

Nesconset Responds To A Chimney Fire

Member Ronald Monteleone, February 08

Nesconset Fire Department was toned out for chimney fire at around 9:12 am on Alexander Ave. Under the command of Chief 31 James Keane the fire was quickly extinguished. Mutual aid from Ronkonkoma and St. James Fire Department was also on scene. No injuries were reported. ... (Full Story & Photos)

Members Received Unit Citation From Smithtown Fire Chiefs Council

Member Ronald Monteleone, February 06

On Sunday, May 3, 2014 at 18:46 hours, the Nesconset Fire Department was activated for EMS alarm for a 15-year-old boy having seizures in the vicinity of Bobby’s Burger Palace at the Smith Haven Mall in Lake Grove, New York. Arrival at scene Suffolk County Police had pulled the patient out of a vehicle and were performing CPR on the sidewalk. The police offices attached their automated external defibrillator ... (Full Story & Photos)

Nesconset called to respond to a mutual aid to Ronkonkoma Fire Department

Member Ronald Monteleone, February 05

Nesconset Fire Department was called to respond to a mutual aid to Ronkonkoma Fire Department for a structure fire at the Shell Gas Station on Hawkins Ave. and Portion Road. The fire was quickly extinguished. There was no reported injuries. ... (Full Story & Photos)

Vehicle Fire RT 347 & Southern Blvd

Member Ronald Monteleone, January 30

Nesconset Fire Department was activated for a vehicle fire at Route 347 and Southern Boulevard. Units arriving on scene to a fully involved car fire. Under the command of Assistant Chief John Martins directed the first arriving engine to supply attack line and extinguished the fire. Fire Police was on scene closing Route 347 east bound lanes. There was no reported injuries. ... (Full Story & Photos)


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