The West Sayville Fire Department is located in Suffolk County, New York (Long Island).
Our Department is 100% volunteer, consisting of 115 members. We have proudly served the communities of West Sayville / Oakdale since 1891
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80 Main St
West Sayville N.Y 11796
Phone - (631) 567-9464
Fax – (631) 567-3219

Emergencies Dial 911

Chiefs

Chief - Lucus Domingo
1st Assistant - Todd Gray
2nd Assistant - Gary Savino
3rd Assistant - Jeff Houghtalen

Information
2015 Alarms
Jan 47
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Total 47
2014 Alarms
Jan 49
Feb 30
March 25
April 30
May 37
June 37
July 43
Aug 38
Sept 41
Oct 44
Nov 42
Dec 19
Total 435

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You can help Fire Fighters help you !

Snow accumulation or the results of plowing and snow clearing can completely cover or restrict access to fire hydrant.

Blocked hydrants mean slower response to extinguishing fires which can result in catastrophic consequences if Fire Fighters have to spend time locating a buried hydrant and / or clear snow away from it, especially if the snow is heavily compacted from snow plowing.

What can you do?

Keep an eye on fire hydrants on or adjacent to your home or business and keep the snow cleared away from your fire hydrant.   Clear a path to fire hydrants from the road and remove snow from all sides so it is visible from the road, and easily accessible to connect a fire hose to it.

'Adopt' a hydrant and make it part of your shoveling and snow clearing routine.  It will only take a few extra minutes and is a quick and easy way to help us to help you and your neighbors.  

Your assistance is appreciated!

With Winter Weather if full swing, below are some helpfull link

Winter Weather FAQ

How to prepare before a storm

During a storm

After the storm

9/6/2014 - WSFD Responds to a Structure Fire

On September 6th, 2014 the West Sayville Fire Department was activated for a reported structure fire. While enroute, Chief Robert Doucet was notified by the dispatcher of reports of visible smoke and flames. Chief Doucet requested that a working fire be transmitted.
Once onscene, the Chief assumed command . Crews stretched a line through the side door of the house and extinguished the fire. A primary search was conducted and while no residents were home at the time, a dog was rescued from the residence and handed over to Sayville Community Ambulance. They transported the dog to a local animal hospital and is expected to make a full recovery.
Sayville Community Ambulance was on scene and provided rehab for firefightes due to the high humidity. Mutual Aid was provided by Bohemia FD, Sayville FD, and Bayport FD.

2/3/2014 - WSFD Responds to a Structure Fire

On February 3rd 2014 the West Sayville Fire Department was activated for a reported structure fire. While enroute Chief Robert Doucet got a report from a member of the Sayville Fire Department that there was visable fire coming from a windows on the 1st floor of the house. With that information and heavy smoke in the area Chief Doucet requested that a working fire be dispatched. Once onscene the Chief assumed command and operations was assumed by 2nd Assistant Chief Todd Gray . The crews from Engine 8 and Engine 1 streatched a line to the 1st floor and extinguished the fire. The remaining crews were tasked with extensive overhaul on the 2nd floor, looking for any additional fire spread. The fire was quickly brought under control. Sayville Community ambulance was on scene and transported 2 residents to the hospital. Mutual Aid was provided by Bohemia FD, Sayville FD, and Bayport FD.

2/1/2014 - WSFD Responds to a Vehicle Fire

On February 1st 2014 the West Sayville Fire Department was activated for a Vehicle fire on Sunrise Hwy (service rd) and Bohemia Pkwy. Upon arrival of Chief Robert Doucet it was confirmed that there was a vehicle with a fully involved engine compartment fire. The fire was quickly brought under control by responding units.

1/5/2014 - Snowblower fire

Well, we all knew that this was a tough winter but not this tough. The West Sayville Fire Department was activated for a snowblower fire one January 1st 2014. The fire was quickly extinguished by fire department personnel

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