DIAL 911 IN AN EMERGENCY SITUATION
Welcome to the Official Website of the Town of Mamaroneck Fire Department. For over 100 years, the Town of Mamaroneck Fire Department, has been committed to preventing and minimizing the loss of life and property, through their delivery of the highest quality, effective, and efficient emergency fire and rescue services to the residents and businesses located in the Town of Mamaroneck.
You can get live up to the minute updates with the Town of Mamaroneck Fire Department’s weather station, click here.
2 weeks ago
This year Memorial Day services across the country will look very different, but we will continue honor those who paid the ultimate sacrifice in defense of our nation’s freedoms #memorialday #sacrifice #honor #hero
The ceremony was held in compliance with federal, state and local rules and guidance of limited gatherings. ... See MoreSee Less
Thank you TMFD for honoring those who died for our freedom. So glad they were remembered this Memorial Day!
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Today members attend the funeral procession for New Rochelle Fire Department Captain Andrew DiMaggio, 57, passed due to complications from COVID-19. Captain DiMaggio was a 31 year veteran of the department, having been promoted in 2002 and 2012. Captain DiMaggio served as a Westchester County Fire Instructor and during his time as an instructor trained countless members of our department. Our thoughts and prayers are with his wife, four children and extended firefighting family.
Our thoughts and prayers are also with The City of Mount Vernon and The City of White Plains on the loss of Firefighter Michael La Selva and Deputy Fire Chief Edward Ciocca. ... See MoreSee Less
1 month ago
We are extremely proud and impressed with Town of Mamaroneck Volunteer Firefighter and Mamaroneck High School #MHS senior Jackson Baker. Please watch as he talks about his role as a certified EMT for the Town of Mamaroneck/Village of Larchmont Volunteer Ambulance Corps (LVAC) @larchmontvac during this Coronavirus period #TigerPride #WeWillGetThrough #inthistogether ... See MoreSee Less
Hello from the other side of the Weaver Street Bridge! We are very proud of all of our amazing EMS volunteers who work 24/7 to provide emergency medical assistance to the Town of Mamaroneck, Village of Larchmont and beyond. Hope everyone at TMFD continues to stay safe.
Today at approx 1640hrs we were dispatched to I95 N/B @ the Fenimore Rd exit with @nyspolice @villagemamkfd for a motor vehicle that rolled off the highway. Units arrived on scene to find a single vehicle that rolled over into the upright position with the occupants out of the vehicle. The occupants were treated by @mamaroneckems
#firetruck #firefighters #firefighter #fire #chiefmiller #firstresponder #firerescue #fireandrescue #firedept #firedepartment #firemen #firefighterposts #firefighters_daily #firestation #firehouse #firefighting #firefighterlife #thinredline #firelife #thinredline #volunteerfirefighter #volunteerfiredepartment #emergencyservices ... See MoreSee Less
On the Fire Truck and getting ready to take off for Larchmont this morning but we will do our best to reach some of those streets in the Town of Mamaroneck that were missed Monday....Listen for the Sirens later this morning! ... See MoreSee Less
This was really cute - great job-
West Boston post road mamaroneck please. 🙏🏻
Thank you! Nice excuse to take a break from distance learning on such a beautiful way! ☺️
Reminder to all Town of Mamaroneck Residents:
Come say hi! As the Town of Mamaroneck Recreation Dept. Bunny rides by on the Town of Mamaroneck Fire truck, tomorrow, 4/6/20 at 9am.
Remember to practice safe distancing! ... See MoreSee Less
To all Town of Mamaroneck residents:
We understand times are tough. The COVID-19/Coronavirus outbreak continues to test us our resolve, but we will get through it. Over past few weeks we have all been practicing social distancing, and we’ve learned, it's not fun. For the younger members of our community, they may not even understand why it's happening and why they can't see their friends or family members.
One way The Town of Mamaroneck Fire Department will help during this time is to have a child be able to celebrate their birthday. While we can't come to the house, we would like to do a drive by.
So if your child has a birthday coming up, we can arrange for our firefighters to drive-by with lights and sirens, to wish them a happy birthday from a safe distance. If interested in scheduling a birthday drive-by, please contact us by sending an email here: email@example.com ... See MoreSee Less
The Town of Mamaroneck Fire Department would like to thank one of our local businesses, Leonardo's Pizza, who generously donated lunch to our on duty staff today. ... See MoreSee Less
At approximately 13:00hrs our FASTeam responded to a 10-75 (Working Fire) in the City Of Rye on Oakland Beach Avenue. Crews arrived on scene to smoke showing from a large 2 1/2 story peaked roof private dwelling. The main body of fire was quickly knocked down and the fire was placed under control in approximately 45 minutes. ... See MoreSee Less
Thank you for your assistance!
Dear Fellow Town of Mamaroneck Residents:
In this extraordinary time, in order for the firefighters of The Town of Mamaroneck Fire Department to continue to provide our community with the best level of service and care possible we are proactively seeking your help.
To avoid any potential quarantining/shutting down of our emergency service facilities, and to assure that our first responders can continue to meet the community’s emergency needs we need everyone to immediately inform first responders if anyone at their home is under “mandatory” or voluntary quarantine. If you’re not asked by the TMFD unit when they arrive, please tell them if anyone is.
Please note access to the Weaver Street firehouse is limited until further notice to TMFD members and staff only. If you have a question or concern, please call 914-834-2101 and select option 6. There is someone there 24/7 to answer your call. And as always, if it’s an emergency DIAL 911.
The best way to prevent illness is to avoid being exposed to the virus. Take steps to protect yourself. Wash your hands often and “effectively” (at least 20 plus seconds). Hand sanitizer can be used; however it does not replace washing your hands. Washing hands is still the best method available for removing germs. Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth with unwashed hands. Avoid close contact with people who are sick. Put distance between yourself and other people, this is especially important for people who are at higher risk of getting very sick.
Thank you for your assistance.
The Chief Officers and Firefighters of the Town of Mamaroneck Fire Department
Email: COVIDfirstname.lastname@example.org ... See MoreSee Less
This morning at approximately 11:00hrs, we were dispatched to West Garden Road for a reported structure fire. Engine 36 and Ladder 19 arrived on scene first due to find fire showing from the rear of a 2 1/2 story peaked roof private dwelling, 2231 transmitted a #1075 (Working Fire). Members stretched a hose line to the rear and quickly knocked down the main body of fire. All occupants were out of the house on arrival and primary searches were conducted and negative. The fire was placed under control in approximately 45 minutes and we were returned to service. ... See MoreSee Less
This could have been much worse, first due saw flames and immediately called to stretch a line. 10-75 (active fire) called and a great response from all your TMFD volunteers.
What You Need to Know About COVID-19 Coronavirus:
• Coronaviruses are a family of viruses that cause mild illnesses like a cold, to more serious illnesses like pneumonia.
• Infections with this new virus have been reported in many countries, including the U.S. For an updated list of affected areas, visit cdc.gov/coronavirus.
• The virus is likely to be spread from person to person, but it is currently unclear how easily it spreads.
• Commonly reported symptoms include fever, cough, and shortness of breath.
• Most people (80%) with COVID-19 will feel like they have a bad cold or the flu. Some people will require hospitalization. People who are at most risk for severe illness are elderly or have other health conditions.
What should you do?
Go about their daily lives, but take certain precautions:
• Get the flu shot—it’s not too late. Although the flu shot will not protect you from COVID-19, it will help prevent the flu which has similar symptoms to this coronavirus.
• Cover your coughs and sneezes with a tissue or your sleeve (not your hands).
• Wash hands often with soap and warm water for at least 20 seconds.
o Use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer if soap and water are not available.
• Do not touch your eyes, nose, or mouth with unwashed hands.
• Surfaces (e.g. desks and tables) and objects (e.g. telephones, keyboards) need to be wiped with disinfectant regularly Why? Because contamination on surfaces touched by multiple people is one of the main ways that COVID-19 spreads.
• If you feel sick, stay home.
• If you have fever, cough and/or shortness of breath, and recently traveled to an area with ongoing spread of coronavirus, or have been in close contact with someone who has recently traveled to any of those areas, stay home and call/see a doctor.
• If you have these symptoms, but no travel history, stay home and call/see your doctor.
o If you need connection to a health care provider, or are having a medical emergency call 911.
o Hospital/EMS/Fire staff will not ask about immigration status.
At this time, you DO NOT need to:
• Limit travel within Westchester or NYC.
• Avoid public gatherings and public transportation.
• Change anything about where you get your food or how you prepare it.
• Wear a face mask if you are not sick. Face masks are only recommended if directed by a health care provider.
o People wear protective face masks for many reasons, including seasonal allergies, pollution or protecting those around them from a common cold. They should not be harassed or targeted for wearing one.
It is important that we separate facts from fear and guard against stigma.
A lot of information circulating about coronavirus on social media and even in some news reporting is not based in the facts. Support your friends, neighbors and colleagues by proactively sharing this message and countering misinformation. Obtain information about COVID-19 from trusted sources like the Health Department, the CDC, and the World Health Organization (WHO). ... See MoreSee Less