Port Washington Fire Department 423 Port Washington Blvd, Port Washington, NY11050 Established in 1907, the Port Washington Fire Department's headquarters is located across the street from the Police…More Department on Port Washington Boulevard. In 2004 the department became the largest volunteer fire department in New York. The Port Washington Fire Department's district is an 11-square mile area of the northern peninsula of Nassau county. Located at the southern end of the district, the headquarters building serves as the administrative office for the chiefs as well as the Port Washington Fire Department Board of Directors ("Fireboard")
Additionally, the garage is used to house apparatus as needed to cover the southern end of the district.
New York Fire Detection 1230 Port Washington Blvd, Port Washington, NY11050-3050 New York Fire Detection is a Port Washington-based security and alarm company specializing in the design, sale,…More installation and maintenance of fire alarms, security cameras, access control devices and more.
Manhasset-Lakeville Fire Department 170 E Shore Rd, Great Neck, NY11023 The Manhasset-Lakeville Fire Department’s district is 10 square miles. It serves more than 44,000 residents, and…More three times as many people during the workweek. The fire department covers two major hospitals, an industrial park, three high schools, seven middle and elementary schools, numerous shopping centers, houses of worship, office buildings and stores, major access highways and the Town Hall of North Hempstead, as well as more than two miles of shorefront.