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2024 Alarm Totals
Month EMS Fire Total
January 131 51 182
February 115 48 163
March
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December
Total 246 99 345

2023 Alarm Totals
Month EMS Fire Total Alarms
January 111 52 163
February 110 59 169
March 121 55 176
April 132 42 174
May 112 59 171
June 139 73 212
July 144 81 225
August 135 52 187
September 147 57 204
October 147 73 220
November 128 52 180
December 142 45 187
Total 1568 700 2268

2023 Alarm Break Down
EMS 1568
Brush Fire 9
Structure Fire 36
Automatic Fire Alarm 242
Vehicle Fire 7
Motor Vehicle Accident 92
Helicopter Landing 5
Carbon Monoxide Detector Activation 43
Carbon Monoxide Emergency 17
Water Rescue 4
Mutual Aid - Fire 60
Mutual Aid - EMS 45
Chiefs Investigation 41
Miscellaneous 98
Aircraft Emergency 1
Total 2268

Past Alarm Totals
Year EMS Fire Total
2015 1,450 540 1,990
2016 1,444 563 2,007
2017 1,541 570 2,111
2018 1,563 591 2,154
2019 1,572 608 2,180
2020 1,410 659 2,069
2021 1,575 646 2,221
2022 1,575 713 2,288
2023 1,568 700 2,268

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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)


 

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Mutual Aid Residential Structure Fire

Ex-Chief Fred Hess, February 26

On 2/23/24 at 7:50 am the dept was requested to assist the Ridge FD at a single story private dwelling Fire. Crews from Co.1 E-15 responded with members from Co.3 while meeting members from Co.2 on the scene with FP-11. On arrival members were tasked with assisting Ridge FD E-6 crew with moving the 1st hose line into operation. Other members performed searches and conducted overhaul operations. Chief ... (Full Story & Photos)

Members from E-15 assisting Ridge FD E-6 with hose line advancement.
Members from E-15 assisting Ridge FD E-6 with hose line advancement.

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Front view of the house upon arrival of E-15
Front view of the house upon arrival of E-15

Mutual Aid Residential Structure Fire

Ex-Chief Fred Hess, January 05

On 01/05/24 at 4:34 am the department was requested to respond to aid the Terryville fire department at a large size 2 story 75 X 25 private house on fire. E-15 responded out of the Co.1 station.. Upon arrival the members were given assignments to assist other depts in large size water supply to aid in extinguishing then fire. Once that task was completed operate in any jobs as needed within safety ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Outside Dumpster Fire

Ex-Chief Fred Hess, January 01

One hour into the new year the dept received its first alarm. A outside fire call was received by dispatch and transmitted. Chief 30 arrived and found an outside dumpster Fire burning. E-3 arrived 1st due and initiated operations for outside dumpster Fire operations. A hose line was stretched and fire was darkened down. E-7 along with E-15 arrived and performed overhaul operations under supervision ... (Full Story & Photos)

1st due E-3 members stretched a hose line.
1st due E-3 members stretched a hose line.

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Members from A-16 performing patient care. While members from R-4 and TL-14 operated with the Jaws of Life.
Members from A-16 performing patient care. While members from R-4 and TL-14 operated with the Jaws of Life.

Motor Vehicle Accident with Entarpment

Ex-Chief Fred Hess, December 24

On 12/24/23 while units were operating at an automatic fire alarm, the dept received a second call for a motor vehicle accident with possibly person trapped. FP-18 arrived 1st and confirmed an occupant trapped in a vehicle involved in a an auto collision. Chief 30 arrived on scene and assumed command by implementing dept guild lines for operating at an auto collision with a person trapped. A-16 arrived ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Reported Para glider in Distress

Ex-Chief Fred Hess, December 22

On 12/22/23 the dept was activated for a water rescue off Soundview Dr. units responded to our designated staging are at Hallock Landing Rd while support units did reconnaissance from bluffs on Soundview Dr were FR-80 observed a person on a Paraglider. Chief 30 established a command post and initiated dept operations for water Bourne emergencies. Marine Reacue Unit-28 responded and prepped Boat -26 ... (Full Story & Photos)

FP-13 transports ATV Unit-23 so beach & bluff reconnaissance can be conducted.
FP-13 transports ATV Unit-23 so beach & bluff reconnaissance can be conducted.

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