Pocantico Hills Fire Dept 531 Bedford Rd, Tarrytown, NY10591 This volunteer organization features a ladder truck, engine and a Rescue 43 truck. Aside from encouraging locals to…More volunteer, the department offers a number of fire prevention programs including kids coloring books and kids fire safety games.
Rescue Hose Fire Company 11 Lawrence Ave, Sleepy Hollow, NY10591 Of the five individual fire companies in Sleepy Hollow, the Rescue Hose Fire Company was the first hose company to be…More established on November 8, 1887. It was originally located on Beekman Avenue along with the Pocantico Hook and Ladder and Fire Patrol. On December 27, 1929 it moved to its current location on Lawrence Avenue.
Union Hose Fire House 129 Cortlandt St, Sleepy Hollow, NY10591 The Union Hose Fire House is one of five individual fire companies in the Sleepy Hollow area. This was the second hose…More company to be organized in the village of Sleepy Hollow. It was organized on December 15th, 1887, in the same building as the Pocantico Hook and Ladder. It then moved to its current location in 1928.
Phenix Hose Company No.2 2 Mechanics Ave, Tarrytown, NY10591 The Phenix Hose Company No.2 is another proud member of the Tarrytown Fire Department. It hosts Engine 76, an…More engine which provides aid to the neighboring companies. The Tarrytown Fire Department encourages interested locals to volunteer with the department, please contact your local fire department if interested.
Village of Sleepy Hollow – Fire Department 28 Beekman Ave, Sleepy Hollow, NY10591 This all-volunteer fire department was first organized in 1876. Today the force responds to over 360 fire and emergency…More calls annually and consists of five individual companies: Columbia Hose Company #3, Union Hose Engine Company #2, Rescue Hose Company #1, Pocantico Hook and Ladder Company and Sleepy Hollow Fire Patrol.
Village of Tarrytown - Fire Department 50 Main St, Tarrytown, NY10591 This all-volunteer department provides fire and rescue response to Tarrytown and parts of Greenburgh and the Tappan Zee…More Bridge. The department consists of six companies: Washington Engine #2, Hope Hose #1, Conqueror Hook & Ladders, Consolidated Engine #1, Phenix Hose #2 and Riverside Hose #4. The department has a marine unit too.
Riverside Hose Company 110 W Franklin St, Tarrytown, NY10591 A member of the Tarrytown Fire Department, this company sits just a short distance from the Hudson River on Franklin…More Street. It features Engine 80, a pumper that carries rescue equipment, in addition to firefighting equipment. On mutual aid calls, Riverside is the first due engine to respond. The Tarrytown Fire Department encourages interested citizens to volunteer. More information on volunteering opportunities can be found on the Department website.
Hose Hope 50 Main St, Tarrytown, NY10591 The Hose Hope firehouse is the Tarrytown Fire Department Headquarters. There are several different firehouses in…More Tarrytown, each of them being a volunteer organization. This firehouse features Engine 79, a large pumper which can carry up to ten firefighters in its cab. The Tarrytown Fire Department encourages anyone interested in volunteering to visit their website for more information.
Plastering & Spray Fire Proofing Contractors 629 Old White Plains Rd, Tarrytown, NY10591 Plaster & Spray Fire Proofing Contractors is a Tarrytown-based home improvement company. It specializes in the…More application of fire-resistant chemicals.
Washington Engine Co No 2 157 White Plains Rd, Tarrytown, NY10591 The Washington Engine building was constructed in 2007 but its members originally formed this fire-fighting organization…More in 1909. Now a volunteer organization, the Engine Company prides itself on its tower ladder apparatus.
Consolidated Engine Company 177 Sheldon Ave, Tarrytown, NY10591 A member of the Tarrytown Fire Department, the Consolidated Engine Company was established in 1870, and…More features Engine 77. This pumper not only features a pumping speed of 1,500 gallons per minute, but also carries extrication tools. These include the "jaws of life," a hydraulic-powered tool that is used to cut through wreckage, ensuring the safe extrication of victims. Local citizens interested in volunteering are encouraged to check the department's website to find out more information.