to the home of the Lynbrook Fire Department on the world wide web.
The Lynbrook Fire
is an all volunteer department with over 220 members.
We serve the Incorporated Village of Lynbrook in Nassau County, Long
Island, New York.
is to provide
fire protection services through a range of programs designed to protect
the lives and property of the inhabitants from the adverse effects of
fires, sudden medical emergencies, or exposure to dangerous
conditions created by man or nature. Take
a virtual tour of our department by clicking on the menu on the left of
your screen. You are welcome
to spend some time here
and learn more about us.
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page is frequently updated with press releases and photos of newsworthy
activities by the members of the Lynbrook Volunteer F. D.
Department Secretary- Ex Capt. John
Charvat (Engine 1)
Department Corresponding Secretary- Ex Capt. Robert Scott (Vulcan Co.)
Department Treasurer- George White (Vulcan Co.)
Department Purchasing Agent- Ex-Chief Richard Neidecker (Hose Co.)
Chief Warden- George White (Vulcan Co.)
Lynbrook Fire Department Headquarter
Office Assistant- Julie Holton
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