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2016 Incidents
Month EMS Fire Total
Jan 140 53 193
Feb 115 65 180
March 122 37 159
April 94 34 128
May 124 34 158
June 135 43 178
July 117 67 184
Aug 115 58 173
Sept. 123 43 166
Oct. 111 39 150
Nov. 119 47 166
Dec. 138 39 177
Total 1453 559 2012

2017 Alarms
Month EMS Alarms Flre Calls Total
Jan. 134 32 166
Feb. 116 38 154

Past Alarms
Year EMS Alarms Total
2006 1174 428 1602
2007 1217 426 1643
2008 1225 447 1672
2009 1379 500 1879
2010 1363 599 1962
2011 1503 540 2043
2012 1460 601 2061
2013 1336 536 1872
2014 1371 483 1854
2015 1448 538 1986
2016 1453 559 2012

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Welcome to the Official Website for the Rocky Point Fire Department

Rocky Point Fire Dept. covers about 48 square miles including Rocky Point, Shoreham, Inc. Village of Shoreham and 6800 acre New York State Forest Preserve. On the north side of the District is 7 miles of beach front on the Long Island Sound. Rocky Point is located 65 miles east of New York City on Long Island's Eastern North Shore. We serve a population of about 30,000 people for Fire and Ambulance service. The Rocky Point Fire Department has 3 Stations.

Station 1 is Rocky Point Co.#1 located on the west side of the District
Station 2 is North Shore Beach Co.#2 Located in the central part of the District
Station 3 is Shoreham Co.#3 located on the East Side of the District

Rocky Point Fire Department is bordered by 5 Fire Departments on the west end Sound Beach FD (5A6-0), Miller Place FD (5A9-0), on the southwest is Middle Island Fire Department (5-15-0), southeast is Ridge Fire Department  (5-22-0) and to the east is Wading River Fire Department  (6-3-0)


Time to change your batteries in your Smoke & CO Alarms.

Ex-Chief Terry McCarrick, March 12

Time to change your batteries
in your Smoke & CO Alarms.

Set Clock Ahead One Hour & Change Battery in your Smoke & CO Detector
Change your Smoke & CO Detector batteries while you "spring forward" this weekend

To kick off Daylight Savings Time, clocks “spring forward” at 2am Sunday morning. Before everyone goes to bed tomorrow, they'll change all of the clocks throughout their homes to reflect ... (Full Story & Photos)

"Notice" Please Keep Fire Hydrants Clear

Ex-Chief Terry McCarrick, January 20

The Rocky Point Fire Department would like to remind you that a clearly visible, accessible fire hydrant could save your home – or even your life. If a fire hydrant is lost or buried in snow, firefighters can lose valuable time trying to locate it when they first arrive at a fire. You can perform a valuable public service and protect yourself, your family and your neighbors by taking the responsibility ... (Full Story & Photos)

Disposal of hot coals or ashes

Ex-Chief Terry McCarrick, December 08

Each year, Rocky Point Fire Dept. responds to fires that are caused by improper disposal of hot coals or ashes from fireplaces, wood stoves, pellet stoves, grills or mobile fireplaces designed for use on decks or patios.

The fact is that coals and ashes from fires can remain hot enough to start a fire for many days after you think the fire is out. The exact amount of time for complete extinguishment ... (Full Story & Photos)

Please Move Over for the Blue Light

Ex-Chief Terry McCarrick, September 20

Help us get to the firehouse.

When you see a flashing blue light, it is a Fireman or EMT on the way to serve you.

Please pull over when you can it could save someone's life.
Effective Jan. 1, 2012, Vehicle and Traffic Law 1144-a, New York’s “move over” law — which already governs police cars and ambulances — will require motorists to move over (or at the very least slow down) when approaching tow ... (Full Story & Photos)

Volunteer Firefighters & EMS

Ex-Chief Terry McCarrick, March 28

Volunteer Firefighters & EMS
Rocky Point Fire Dept.
Rocky Point & Shoreham

If you have what it takes to become a Volunteer Firefighter or EMT with the Rocky Point Fire Dept.
click on Recruitment page to the left and fill out the Info. form and send it to the listed address ( Chiefs Office).
or stop by your local firehouse on a Wednesday night 7pm.
Station #1 Hallock Landing Rd Rocky Point
Station ... (Full Story)

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