Protecting Locust Valley, Lattingtown, Matinecock and Millneck  since 1893

In an emergency call- 516-671-2600   Non-Emergency - 516-676-0560

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The Locust Valley Fire Department (LVFD) is a volunteer organization comprised of over 100 dedicated men and women from Locust Valley and the surrounding communities who provide fire and rescue services to an area known as the Locust Valley Fire District. The Locust Valley Fire District is a 12 square mile area situated on the Gold Coast of Nassau County, Long Island that includes:

  • Locust Valley
  • Incorporated Village of Matinecock
  • Incorporated Village of Lattingtown
  • Portions of the Incorporated Village of Mill Neck

The Locust Valley Fire Department operates 24-hours a day, 365 days a year and has full and part-time on-duty dispatching services. Daily operations are overseen by a chief and three (3) assistant chiefs. The department is comprised of six (6) companies made up of three (3) engine companies, one (1) truck company, one (1) heavy rescue, and one (1) EMS company. Together, these units respond to approximately 600 alarms annually. Alarms include, but are not limited to some of the following:

  • Building Fires
  • Automatic Fire Alarms
  • Malicious False Alarms
  • Ambulance/EMS
  • Vehicle Fires
  • Brush/Rubbish Fires
  • Motor Vehicle Accidents
  • Investigations of Hazardous Situations (i.e. carbon monoxide, gas leaks, spills) Ice/Surface Water Rescue

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