North Patchogue Fire Department

Affectionately known as “The Borough”, North Patchogue formerly operated a fleet of Mack CF engines with FDNY style Conestoga wagon hosebed covers (presumably how the nickname “The Borough” came about). Operating from three stations, the department’s volunteers provide Fire, Rescue & EMS protection to a mix of residential & commercial properties along with busy Sunrise Highway & the Route 112 corridor.

Truck 5-17-12 - 1990 Mack/Baker 95’ Aerialscope 

After 20 years of service, the department is now remounting this rig on a Pierce Impel chassis.

Serving as headquarters, this firehouse is home to several apparatus and the communications center.

Special thanks to Chief Volpe for his assistance in photographing this rig.

Copyright 2009 Tom Rinelli

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