Hasting-On-Hudson Fire Department and Ambulance 7 Maple Ave, Hastings on Hudson, NY10706 The Hastings-on-Hudson fire department has 139 volunteer members, a full-time secretary and a full-time chief, Ron…More Gagliardi. The department is comprised of four companies, the oldest of which was founded in 1876. Hastings is proud to have one the lowest fire insurance rates for a community with a volunteer department, which responds to an average of 250 fire calls and more than 600 ambulance calls per year. The Fire Department also serves the Donald Park area, even though it lies outside of Hastings.
Comprised of 95 active volunteer member, the Dobbs Ferry Fire Department responds to approximately 350 calls per…More year. The department has two fire houses (one on Main Street and the other at 203 Ashford Ave.), which hold: one tower-ladder truck, one tower-ladder, three pumpers, one utility vehicle and three chief's cars. Chief Frank Farrington has been a volunteer firefighter since 1973, and is proud to have such a diverse department. "We have workmen, accountants, teachers, junior firemen and even one medical doctor," Farrington said.</p>
<p>Besides fires, the Dobbs Ferry Fire Department responds to calls for flooding, down-wires, alarm malfunctions and a multitude of other emergency situations. It also has a Fire Prevention Department, which makes routine inspections to assure all local structures are up to code.</p>
<p>The Fire Department are sponsors of Dobbs Ferry Little League and hold a golf tournament annually in honor of a department member who passed away.</p>
Irvington's fire department is 100 percent volunteer and includes three chiefs and 65 active firefighters. Almost…More every member either lives or works in Irvington. The fire department is proud to have as members of the team one village trustee, many school employees, members of the Irvington Historical Society, postal workers, two women and a medical doctor.</p>
<p>The volunteers respond to approximately 350 calls per year, ranging from working fires to gas leaks, electrical emergencies and floods.</p>
<p>The Irvington Fire Department is one of the few in the area that has an aquatic rescue team trained to react to a variety of emergencies that can occur in the Hudson River. </p>
<p>They department has four vehicles: two engines, one ladder and a rescue vehicle.</p>