Fire Island Limo 77 Lakeland Ave, Sayville, NY11782 Fire Island Limo operates out of a residence on Lakeland Avenue and offers limousine service to various destinations.…More Call for more information regarding rates and vehicle information.
The Bayport Fire Department was organized by area residents in 1891 as the Bayport Hose Company. Through donations,…More the Company purchased a hose cart and built the first firehouse. The hook and ladder company was formed a few years later, and the name was changed to the Bayport Fire Department. In the 1920s, the Bayport Fire District municipality was created as a tax-collecting entity to provide fire protection.
The fire district built a new fire headquarters at Snedecor Avenue and Railroad Street in the 1950s; this location is the current headquarters for the district and department. Today the department operates with four companies (Hose, Hook and Ladder, Engine and Fire Police) and two squads (Rescue and Water Rescue), three engines, a hook and ladder truck, brush truck, rescue truck, water-rescue truck, two boats, three support/traffic vehicles, three chief's cars, a bus and a tractor trailer.
Sayville Fire Department 107 N Main St, Sayville, NY11782 The Sayville Fire Department has an extensive history dating back to 1878, when a fire destroyed a barbershop on South…More Road (now South Main Street). It is now a volunteer department that protects the hamlet of Sayville.
Sayville Ferry Service 41 River Rd, Sayville, NY11782 The Sayville Ferry began the Fire Island run in 1894. For over one hundred years, Fire Island - with its wide ocean…More beaches, natural forests, wetlands and lively downtowns - has been an attraction for people from all over the world. Fire Island's central communities of Cherry Grove, Fire Island Pines, Water Island and Sailors Haven/Sunken Forest, a Fire Island National Seashore Park, are served by the Sayville Ferry, which is located on River Road in the South Shore hamlet of Sayville. Once on the island, the only means of transport is a hand-pulled wagon and the only rubber you burn is the soles of your shoes.