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Welcome to the Atlantic Steamer Fire Company No. 1 Website

ATLANTIC STEAMER FIRE CO. NO. 1 proudly protects 12,000 people living in an area of 8.5 square miles. We operate out of 1 station that protects a primarily residential area. Our fire company is 100% volunteer.

The Atlantic Steamer Fire Co. No. 1 was organized in 1890. The Company responds to all alarms in the hamlet of Oyster Bay, as well as in the incorporated villages of Cove Neck, Oyster Bay Cove, Laurel Hollow and Mill Neck. We respond together with the Oyster Bay Fire Co. No. 1. We currently have 80 active members who faithfully serve the community. In 2008 we responded to over 875 alarms.

We provide the following services: Firefighting, Emergency Medical Services, Haz-Mat, Vehicle Rescue and Extrication, Search and Rescue, Water Rescue and Public Safety Education.

 

Mission Statement

AS FIRST RESPONDERS TO FIRES, PUBLIC SAFETY AND MEDICAL EMERGENCIES, DISASTERS AND OTHER EMERGENCIES, WE, THE MEMBERS OF THE ATLANTIC STEAMER FIRE COMPANY, SHALL ENDEAVOUR TO SAVE LIVES AND PROTECT PROPERTY, THROUGH:

 

       FIRE SUPPRESSION SERVICES 

       EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES

       PRE FIRE PLANNING

       PUBLIC EDUCATION PROGRAMS 

       AND THE PROPER EDUCATION AND TRAINING OF PERSONNEL WHO ARE DEDICATED AND COMMITTED TO THE SERVICE OF THE COMMUNITY OF THE HAMLET OF OYSTER BAY AND THE INCORPORATED VILLAGES WHICH WE SERVE.

 

THE TIMELY DELIVERY OF THESE SERVICES ENABLES THE ATLANTIC STEAMER FIRE COMPANY NO. 1 TO MAKE SIGNIFICANT CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE SAFETY OF THE AREAS WE SERVE.

  

Adopted March 5, 2007