The Bellerose Fire Department is in
Need of New Members

WE ARE LOOKING FOR RESIDENTS OF BELLEROSE VILLAGE TO JOIN AND HELP US PROVIDE FIRE PROTECTION AND ASSISTANCE WHEN THERE IS AN EMERGENCY
ANYONE AGES 18 TO 65 CAN JOIN

Call: 516-354-1000

“NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY-WE WILL TRAIN YOU”

Welcome to the Official Website for the Bellerose Village Fire Department

Proudly Serving our Village Since 1927

Commissioner

Doug Christ

Deputy Commissioner

George Braun

History of the Bellerose Village Fire Department

Recognizing the need for fire protection, eighteen residents founded the Bellerose Fire Department in 1916.

The first purchases of the newly organized department were a hose, a reel and a nozzle. An iron hoop reputed to be from the wheel of an early railroad train was used for a fire alarm. This iron hoop, which presently stands outside the Fire House, was a gift of Ernest G. Sicard, a director of the United Holding Company (Lachman, Eric. History of the Bellerose Fire Department 16).

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Engine 107

Engine 107 is second-due in Bellerose Village. A Pierce Lance powered by a turbo-charged Cummins Diesel, 107 went into service in 1993. The ten-man cab carries nine Scott 4.5’s for donning while responding to a call.

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Engine 108

Engine 108 entered our service in 1998. It is a Pierce-built Class A pumper on an International chassis. Designed as a quick-response vehicle, 108 carries only three firefighters; in a pinch…

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