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Lynbrook Fire Department
81 Wright Ave, Lynbrook, NY 11563

Since 1901, the Lynbrook Fire Department has been keeping village residents and their property safe. TheMore all-volunteer squad now has more than 220 members, including one fire chief and three assistant chiefs.

Department officials can be reached in a non-emergency situation at 516-599-1547. If there is an emergency, residents should call 911.

A wealth of fire-prevention information and a history of the department is available at www.lynbrookfd.org.

West Hempstead Fire Department
295 Hempstead Tpke, West Hempstead, NY 11552
When community members established the fire department in 1919, they called it the Victory Chemical Engine & HoseMore Company, and it consisted of two horse-drawn pieces of fire equipment. Today, 65 volunteers and eight fire trucks make up the West Hempstead Fire Department, which provides rescue and emergency medical services to residents in the community. The firehouse is decorated with awards and trophies that the department's men and women have earned both on the job and competing on its softball and drill teams. To become a volunteer at the West Hempstead Fire Department, applicants must live within three miles of the firehouse and undergo training. The phone number listed below is the 24-Hour Emergency line. For non-emergency inquiries, please contact the office at 516-586-8846.
Malverne Fire Department
30 Broadway, Malverne, NY 11565
When the fire department in Malverne was created in 1911 it was called Norwood Hook & Ladder Company. The first fireMore engine was a small hand-drawn cart equipped with leather buckets, a few short ladders and firefighting tools. A year later, the company acquired its first utility truck, which had extension ladders and soon after purchased two lots on Broadway, where the first fire house was built. In 1923, the village signed a contract with the company to establish fire protection for its residents and acquired it 12 years later, changing the name to the Malverne Fire Department. In addition to protecting Malverne, the department also responds to fires in Malverne Park, North Lynbrook and parts of North Valley Stream and Franklin Square. All of the volunteers who serve as firefighters are residents of either Malverne or areas that comprise the fire district. They have all completed classroom and hands-on training through the fire academy and the firehouse. Young adults between ages 13 and 18 can also join the Junior Firefighters program.
Lakeview Fire Department
891-895 Woodfield Rd, West Hempstead, NY 11552

The Lakeview Fire Department provides fire protection and emergency response services for Lakeview and parts of WestMore Hempstead and Rockville Centre. Originally, this station was known as Company 1, and was one of two stations covering this area. In 1993, Company 2, which was located on Hempstead Gardens Drive, closed its station and the two units merged to form the Lakeview Fire Department.

The department is comprised entirely of volunteers who reside within the communities they serve. These individuals are all CPR certified and have completed training at the fire academy and in the field. The department's fleet of engines and trucks also includes an ambulance which is operated by trained EMTs and firefighters.

The department holds fire safety programs at local schools and street fairs, and invites youth groups to tour the station. Starting in 2011, the station will be holding blood drives.