Nesconset Fire Department

2021 Stats
Fire EMS
Jan 67 114
Feb 60 114
Mar 63 133
Apr 59 134
May 75 129
Jun 64 133
Jul 64 109
Aug 81 178
Sep
Oct
Nov
Dec
Total 533 1044

2020 Stats
Fire EMS
Jan 74 144
Feb 67 134
Mar 63 113
Apr 45 127
May 47 92
Jun 66 94
Jul 65 108
Aug 121 106
Sep 75 128
Oct 56 110
Nov 79 125
Dec 75 143
Total 833 1424

2019 Stats
Fire EMS
Jan 70 141
Feb 58 125
Mar 48 118
Apr 65 141
May 75 128
Jun 66 123
Jul 87 154
Aug 86 142
Sep 48 127
Oct 68 133
Nov
Dec
Total 671 1332

2018 Stats
Fire EMS
Jan 72 140
Feb 44 133
Mar 77 136
Apr 63 119
May 67 132
Jun 62 139
Jul 74 139
Aug 72 119
Sep 82 151
Oct 91 134
Nov 78 131
Dec 6 7
Total 788 1480

2017 Stats
Fire EMS
Jan 57 124
Feb 64 98
Mar 76 105
Apr 76 123
May 70 112
Jun 91 119
Jul 85 133
Aug 57 133
Sep 66 123
Oct 68 122
Nov 75 107
Dec 79 133
Total 864 1432

2016 stats
Fire EMS
Jan 68 131
Feb 79 89
Mar 78 96
Apr 72 121
May 81 106
Jun 66 131
Jul 88 88
Aug 78 92
Sep 82 101
Oct 58 124
Nov 72 103
Dec 84 102
Total 906 1284

2015 Stats
Fire EMS
Jan 83 139
Feb 75 108
Mar 55 106
Apr 75 100
May 60 134
Jun 77 110
Jul 84 132
Aug 80 111
Sep 63 115
Oct 84 104
Nov 67 93
Dec 74 98
Total 877 1350

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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Welcome To The Nesconset Fire Department 

Budget Hearing 7pm Tuesday October 19th at 7PM at Headquarters

Nesconset Fire District Budget 2022

 

 

 

 

 

Tips for Fire Safety for Kids:

Prevent Your Child from Starting Fires

The U.S. Fire Administration estimates that 300 people are killed and $280 million in property is destroyed each year as the result of children playing with fire.

  • Keep matches, lighters and other ignitable substances in a secured location out of your child’s reach. Only use lighters with child-resistant features.
  • Invest in flameless candles. These candles contain a light bulb rather than an open flame, and take the danger out of your child knocking over a candle.

Help Your Child Survive a Fire

  • Install smoke alarms on every level of your home, inside bedrooms and outside sleeping areas.
  • Once a month check whether each alarm in the home is working properly by pushing the test button. 
  • Replace batteries in smoke alarms at least once a year. Immediately install a new battery if an alarm chirps, warning the battery is low.
  • Teach your children what smoke alarms sound like and what to do when they hear one.
  • Ensure that all household members know two ways to escape from every room of your home, and where to meet up outside..
  • Practice your fire escape plan at least twice a year and at different times of the day. Practice waking up to smoke alarms, low crawling and meeting outside. Make sure everyone knows how to call 9-1-1.
  • Emphasize “get out, stay out.” Only professional firefighters should enter a building that is on fire—even if other family members, pets or prized possessions are inside.
  • Use quick-release devices on barred windows and doors. Security bars without release devices can trap you in a deadly fire. If you have security bars on your windows, be sure one window in each sleeping room has a release device.
  • Consider getting escape ladders for sleeping areas on the second or third floor. Learn how to use them, and store them near the windows. 
  • Teach household members to STOP, DROP and ROLL if their clothes should catch on fire.

 

Making learning fun for yourself and your children!

For more information from the National Fire Protection Assosciation and the American Red Cross, check out:

Fire Prevention Week (FPW) (nfpa.org)

Fire Safety for Kids | American Red Cross

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Nesconset Fire Department responds to Smithtown Fire Department for Residential Structure Fire

Ex-Chief Michael Wichtendahl, September 27

At 05:15 the Nesconset Fire Department responded to the Smithtown Fire Department for a working residential structure fire on Sandalwood Drive. Tower Ladder 4-4-7 responded to the scene and the crew assisted with the fire suppression. 4-4-7 operated under the command of Chief AJ Anderson until released from the scene at 07:57.


Additional phots at https://josephsperber.smugmug.com/Smithtown-FD/Smithtown-House-Fire-31-Sandalwood-Drive-9272021/ ... (Full Story & Photos)

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No Caption Nesconset FD Responds to Persons Stranded in Vehicles Due to Flooding Conditions.

Ex-Chief Michael Wichtendahl, September 02

At 00:26 on Thursday September 2, 2021 the Nesconset Fire Department was activated to respond to a report of persons stranded in vehicles in floodwater at the intersection of Old Nichols Road and Margaret Drive. First arriving units located two disabled vehicles that were stalled in floodwater and persons inside. Firefighters from Engine 4-4-2 and Brush Truck 4-4-4 assisted the persons from their ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Severe Storm keeps Nesconset FD busy in the early morning

Ex-Chief Michael Wichtendahl, August 28

A severe line of thunderstorms caused havoc early this morning starting around 3:30am. The neighborhood was affected by flooding, downed power lines and power outages.

At 3:41am the Nesconset Fire Department was activated to respond to a commercial fire alarm on Middle Country Road. Over the next two hours the department responded to 10 additional emergencies:

4 Automatic Fire Alarms
1 Carbon ... (Full Story & Photos)

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No Caption Nesconset Fire Department responds to St James Fire Department for Working Residential Structure Fire

Ex-Chief Michael Wichtendahl, August 15

At 01:49 the Nesconset Fire Department responded as part of an Automatic Mutual Aid Plan with the St James Fire Department to a report of a structure Fire on Clime Court First arriving units found heavy fire in the rear of the structure on the first and second floors and in the attic space. Engines 4-4-1 and 4-4-2 responded and supported fire suppression by stretching additional hand lines and operating ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Mutual Aid to St. James FD for Residential Structure Fire

Ex-Chief Michael Wichtendahl, July 21

For the second time in two days the Nesconset Fire Department provided mutual aid assistance to our neighboring departments. At 09:44 the Nesconset Fire Department was activated to respond to a report of a Structure Fire on NYS Route 25a as part of an Automatic Mutual Aid Response with the St. James Fire Department. Engine 4-4-1 responded and operated under the command of Chief AJ Anderson and cleared ... (Full Story & Photos)

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