LinksFreeport Fire Companies
Engine Company One www.wideawakes216.com
Hose Company Three www.bayviewhose3.com
Hose Company Five www.hose5.com
Freeport Village Links
Hose One Nighthawks
Nighthawks Drill Team
During World War II, members who remained also contributed to the war struggle by offering their 1936 Ford racing truck to the war effort by serving in the … http://freeportfd.org/drill-teams/nighthawks/
Hose Three Clamdiggers
Clamdiggers Drill Team
In September 1923, Hose Company 3 purchased a Packard Truck for use by the Tournament Team, which was sold in in 1927 for $150 ending their Motorized Team.… http://freeportfd.org/drill-teams/clamdiggers/
Engine Company One Wide Awakes
Wide Awakes Drill Team
The Wide Awakes Drill Team dates back to the 1930s. These early teams were competitive and became one of the top old fashioned teams during the 50s and 60s… http://freeportfd.org/drill-teams/wide-awakes/
Truck One Dead End Kids
Dead End Kids Drill Team
Excelsior Hook and Ladder Company No. 1 has been involved in drill team competition since the birth of the Company. They have won trophies dating back to… http://freeportfd.org/drill-teams/dead-end-kids/
Drill teams of the Freeport Fire Department.
Drill Team Championships & Records Team Pages 2nd Battalion Championships
Truck Co #1 Dead End Kids
Truck Co #1 Dead End Kids
Truck Co #1 De… http://freeportfd.org/drill-teams/
Excelsior Hook & Ladder Company One - Freeport Fire Department. Home of the "Dead End Kids".
Excelsior Hook & Ladder Company No. 1
Organized December 5, 1874
A proposition to organize a fire company of some sort became a topic of discussion soon after the Civil War… http://freeportfd.org/companies/truck-company-one/
Former Chiefs of the Freeport Fire Department.
William B. Osterbout - 1894-1895 James W. Cheshire - 1895-1896 Hiram R. Smith - 1896-1898 Former Chiefs of the Freeport Fire Department Henry E. Rider - 1902-1903 Rowland H. Maylan… http://freeportfd.org/about/former-chiefs/
History of the Freeport Fire Department.
Hand Drawn Era
Early Fire Alarm System
Horse Drawn Era
Early Motorized Era
World War II Era
Modern Era (Part 1)
Modern Era (Part 2)
Chief's Office of the Freeport Fire Department.
Chief's Office P.O. Box 29015 Broadway Freeport, NY 11520
516-377-2190 Office of the Chief Thomas Johnson - 3rd Assistant Chief Alfredo Ruiz - 2nd Assistant Chief Matth… http://freeportfd.org/about/chiefs-office/
Fire Police Squad - Freeport Fire Department.
Fire Police Squad
Organized June 10, 1940
The problems of policing fires by establishing fire lines, detouring of vehicular and pedestrian traffic as well as polici… http://freeportfd.org/companies/fire-police-squad/
Emergency Company Nine - Freeport Fire Department.
Emergency & Rescue Company No. 9
Organized February 17, 1959
On May 21, 1929, John Armstrong was assigned the task of forming a rescue squad with an authorized strength of 2… http://freeportfd.org/companies/emergency-company-nine/
Hose Company Four - Freeport Fire Department. Home of the "Fox's".
Patriot Hose Company No. 4
Organized November 15, 1911
As early as April 15, 1902, the Freeport Fire Department Fire Council was on record requesting that another fire c… http://freeportfd.org/companies/hose-company-four/
Hose Company Five - Freeport Fire Department.
Fort Apache Hose Company No. 5
Organized April 30, 1923
In November 1911, Russell Hose Company #2 of the Roosevelt Fire Department was formed by a group of forty members and… http://freeportfd.org/companies/hose-company-five/
Hose Company Three - Freeport Fire Department. Home of the "Clamdiggers".
Bayview Hose Company No. 3
Organized May 25, 1895
Gathered in the home of Stephen Lewis on May 25, 1895, an organizational meeting was held and a new fire company was create… http://freeportfd.org/companies/hose-company-three/
Hose Company Two - Freeport Fire Department.
Vigilant Hose Company No. 2
Organized January 23, 1894
The fourth fire company in the village was formed at a meeting held in Post and Valentine's store on January 23, 1… http://freeportfd.org/companies/hose-company-two/