2018 Incidents
Jan 51
Feb 24
Mar 23
Apr 21
May 36
Jun 36
Jul 53
Aug 46
Sep 35
Oct 30
Nov 36
Dec 2
Total 393

Past Incidents
2017 387
2016 433
2015 438
2014 439
2013 464
2012 521
2011 484
2010 507
2009 351
2008 375


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Recruitment 

 

The Cutchogue Fire Department is always looking for community oriented individuals who want to help their neighbors. There are many different facets involved in running our large organization. Below are some brief descriptions of the different volunteering opportunities. Where can you see yourself?

 There is a need for individuals to serve as firefighters. We respond whenever called 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to over 400 fire and rescue calls every year. 

There is a need for individuals to serve as fire police. Our fire police provide crowd and traffic control at emergency scenes. With crowd and traffic control in place our firefighters can safely render aid to whomever is in need.

There is a need for individuals to serve as Emergency Medical Service (EMS) providers. EMS providers staff our 2 ambulances and respond whenever called 24 hours a day, 7 days a week  

 Volunteer Today!

Membership requirements

Applicants interested in joining must be 18 years of age.

A resident in Cutchogue for a minimum of 6 months.

Complete a membership application

All applicants have the option of joining the Department under a Firefighter membership or a Rescue only membership 

See any member for additional information or contact the Cutchogue Fire Department at :

631-734-6907 or email us at:  cutfd@optonline.net 

Benefits

Additional Training Courses

  • The fire department makes available any training course given by the Suffolk County Fire Academy and Suffolk County Department of EMS to active volunteers. These courses cover a broad range of topics including additional firefighting applications, HazMat and Rescue courses along with EMT certifications and are paid for by the department.

LOSAP

  • LOSAP or Length of Service Award Program provides a "retirement" benefit based on volunteer activity in the department and total length of service. Members become eligible for LOSAP benefits after the completion of their probationary period.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Cutchogue, New York 11935

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