This year, the Floral Park Fire Department celebrates 125 years of service to the Village!

4VS  is airing a 4 part series on  the History of the Floral Park Fire Department.
Click on the links below to view Parts 1, 2, 3 & 4:

4VS will also be airing the Fire Department’s 125th Anniversary Parade.
Click on the link below to view:

There will be more events scheduled throughout the year to celebrate this milestone.  Check back here for more information.

For Emergency dial 911
For Non-Emergency call (516) 326-6328
Fax: 516-326-6327


  • Thank you Chief Michael Longobardi for your dedicated service
  • At the April 17, 2018 Board of Trustees meeting Mayor Dominick Longobardi administered the oath of office to the new Floral Park Fire Department Chiefs. Pictured are L-R: 4th Assistant Chief James Dodson 3rd Assistant Chief Michael Saville, 3rd Assistant Chief Patrick McAllister, 1st Assistant Chief Sal Arrigo, Chief of Department David Maickel

Click here to read outgoing Chief Longobardi’s speech

Under the leadership of Chief David Maickel, the Floral Park Fire Department, which is all volunteer, is comprised of dedicated individuals who strive to meet the needs of the residents of our village.

In addition to responding to more than 1,200 emergency and fire calls a year, today’s technological advances require firefighters to be trained in a far more technical capacity. The Fire Department focuses its training around the makeup of the Village’s residential and commercial properties.

Being a firefighter in Floral Park requires our members to take on the role of first aid givers, advanced life support technicians, good listeners, plumbers, electricians, teachers, mechanics, and most importantly, friends and neighbors.

One of the main responsibilities of the Fire Department is fire prevention. Our members are trained very thoroughly as fire inspectors. This enables us to inspect and offer advice to owners of commercial occupancy’s on how to maintain a safe atmosphere and surroundings for themselves and employees. But our fire prevention activities do not stop there. The Fire Department provides speakers for civic associations, fraternal organizations, girl scouts, boy scouts, senior citizen groups, and any organization that forwards a request. Annual visits to our local schools to conduct fire drills, make inspections as necessary, and provide speakers who introduce the role of a firefighter to our young students, are all part of what we do as firefighters.