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Hauppauge Fire Department

May is Skin Cancer Awaeness Month

May is Skin Cancer and Melanoma Awareness month. Please take advantage of this free program at Stony Brook Medicine. Saturday May 5th., 2018 from 8:00 Until 11:30 a.m. at their Advanced Specialty Care Facility in Commack. See below for details.

Skin Cancer Awareness

Skin Cancer Awareness Month

Order Engraved 9/11 Memorial Bricks On Line

We have added the ability to order and pay for an engraved 9/11 brick at our memorial. Simply click on the link, follow the instructions and you can leave a lasting tribute for a loved one. For more pictures, visit our 9/11 Memorial Page. NOW IS THE TIME TO ORDER A BRICK IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO HAVE IT INSTALLED BY THIS YEAR'S 9/11 CEREMONIES.

911 Memorial Fund

Like to Purchase a Brick with your Name, Memories, please follow the link above


Firefighter Alex Lombardi, Company 3 - US Coast Guard

Firefighter Andrew Lombardi, Company 3 - US Coast Guard

Firefighter Joseph Pacifico, Company 3 - US Army



Smithtown Chief's Council Award Winner

Firefighter Stephen Matteo, of Engine Company 4 was awarded the Silver Medal at the Smithtown Fire Chief's Council Awards Dinner on Friday evening, February 2nd. 2018. Firefighter Matteo was awarded this medal for his heroic action back on July 19th., 2017 when he removed a driver from his burning SUV after he struck a tree on Townline Road in Hauppauge with the help of a passing motorist. Pictured here, from left to right: 2nd. Lieutenant Jonathan Kriklava, Captain Andrius Bagdziunas, Award Winner FF Stephen Matteo and 1st. Lieutenant William Downey of Engine Company 4. We congratulate FF Matteo on a job well done! Please see below the picture for a description and photos of the incident.

SFC Council Awards Night


On July 19, 2017 at about 4:57 PM the Hauppauge Fire Department was alerted for a mutual aid,  car fire / MVA with a trapped occupant in front of  839 Townline Road, just across from the HFD boundary with the Smithtown FD. Engines 3-8-1, 3-8-4 and 3-8-14 responded. Prior to the arrival of any apparatus or police, Firefighter Steven Matteo Jr., a member of Company 4, was passing the scene and stopped to assist. With assistance from passing civilians, he was able to extricate the driver from the burning vehicle. Reports are that the driver may have suffered a medical emergency, causing him to leave the roadway and strike a tree. Units from the Smithtown Fire Department, who were handling multiple alarms in their District, also responded to the scene.