Montauk Fire Department

Located in Suffolk County, Montauk is affectionately referred to as “The End” as it is the easternmost point of Long Island. Responding annually to 800+ alarms (600 EMS/280 Fire), 110 volunteers provide Fire, Rescue & ALS level EMS transport. A popular summertime destination, the district includes a variety of hazards including private dwellings, large multi-story homes, oceanfront resorts, commercial occupancies (storefronts), a state park and the famous landmark Montauk Point Lighthouse. Off-road & beachfront access for both firefighting and rescue necessitates the department to have several four wheel drive capable apparatus including a small brush truck, hose truck and heavy rescue as well as a 5 ton “stumpjumper” for wildland firefighting.

The MFD operates their entire apparatus fleet out of this large station with six double bays. 

Engine 9-3-4 - 2005 Pierce Saber 1500 gpm/1000 gal.

Engine 9-3-1 - 1995 Pierce Lance 1500 gpm/500 gal.

Engine 9-3-3 - 1991 International 4x4/Marion 1000 gpm

Equipped with 4WD for beachfront access, it carries 4,800’ of 5” LDH for establishing a positive water supply.

Tanker 9-3-7 - 2000 International/Pierce 1500 gpm/3500 gal.

Tanker 9-3-5 - 1993 Mack EconoDyne 1500 gpm/4000 gal.

Although more hydrants have been added in recent years, the MFD still brings a LOT of water with them!!!

OTHER STATES

FIREHOUSES

MONUMENTS

ARTWORK

SLOGANS

KITSCHY

ANTIQUES

FIREMATIC HISTORY

Copyright 2009 Tom Rinelli

Copyright 2009 Tom Rinelli

Copyright 2009 Tom Rinelli

Copyright 2009 Tom Rinelli

Copyright 2009 Tom Rinelli

Copyright 2009 Tom Rinelli

Special thanks to Co. 2 Captain Joe Lenahan, Ex-Chief Pete Joyce & Safety Officer Allan Burke for their assistance in positioning the apparatus, providing specs on the rigs & background on the department’s operations.