As the snow storm ends, the Sayville Fire Department ask the residents for assistance with clearing a path for hydrants. Unfortunately, there are a lot of fire hydrants around town and we will be unable to get to all of them. Of course, responding firefighters have shovels on hand to dig out hydrants during fire emergencies and dispatchers have information on hydrant location. But where minutes ... (Full Story & Photos)
It is that time of year where we spread the word about Fire Prevention. On Sunday, October 19th from 10am - 1pm, the Sayville Fire Department will be hosting their annual Fire Prevention & Recruitment Open House.
We urge the Sayville Community to come down to the Sayville Fire Department and learn about the latest on Fire Prevention or register to become a Sayville Firefighter! ... (Full Story & Photos)
On October 4th, Sayville will be hosting their annual Apple Fest at The Grange on Broadway Avenue. Be sure to stop by the Sayville Hook & Ladder Company # 1 booth and pick up some Apples, Pumpkins and other Fall treats.... (Full Story & Photos)
The Annual Wilber Ritter Blood Drive, also known this year as the Super Community Blood Drive, will be held on Thursday, September 11th from 2pm - 8pm.
Your blood donation will be in in Loving Memory of Honorary Captain and past President Wilbur Ritter, and in observance of September 11, 2001.
Please come down to the Sayville Fire Department and donate a pint of life-giving blood. There is ... (Full Story & Photos)
Honorary Captain Wilbur Ritter
Pictured: Suffolk County Executive Steven Bellone installs Donald Corkery as president of the New York State Association of Fire Chiefs as his children, Kate and Brian, look on. Photo by: Dennis Whittam/Fire News
VERONA, N.Y. -- Chief Donald J. Corkery of the Sayville Fire Department (Suffolk County) was installed as president of the New York State Association of Fire Chiefs (NYSAFC) during the 108th Annual Conference & FIRE 2014 Expo Installation Ceremony on June 14, 2014, at the Turning Stone Resort Showroom in Verona, N.Y. He will serve a one-year term leading the organization.