Bridgehampton Fire Department 64 School St, Bridgehampton, NY11932 Bridgehampton Fire Department, a volunteer fire service, has eight companies: Ambulance Company, Dive Team, Fire Police,…More Light & Hose, Mack Company, Packard Company, Rescue Squad and Tanker Squad. The department serves Bridgehampton and Sagaponack and parts of Water Mill and Wainscott. It often provides mutual aid to Southampton and Sag Harbor fire departments. The current firehouse was built in 1983. The department has a Little League field behind the firehouse. The chief is Richard Thayer and Steve Halsey if chairman of the <a href="http://bridgehamptonfiredistrict.com">board of fire commissioners</a>.
The Bridgehampton Little League field is owned by the Bridgehampton Fire Department. It has one baseball diamond and…More two dugouts. Space is availible for sponsors to advertise on the fence.</p>
<p>Permission must be obtained from the Bridgehampton Fire Department before using the field. Minors must be under adult supervision and everyone must keep off the dug outs and fences. Adults are not permitted to wear spikes or rubber cleats. The fire department parking lot may not be used for the baseball field. Visitors must park on School Street or Church Lane.</p>
Sag Harbor Fire Department 1357 Brick Kiln Rd, Sag Harbor, NY11963 The Sag Harbor Fire Departments headquarters, including a dispatch room and the chiefs' office, is on Brick Kiln Road.…More Just behind it, on Columbia Street, it the substation for the Otter House Company. One of New York's oldest volunteer fire departments -and one of the oldest in the country- the Sag Harbor Fire Department has five companies: Gazelle Hose, Montauk Hose, Otter Hose, Murray Hill Hose and Phoenix Hook & Ladder. The department also has a heavy rescue squad, fire police and a dive/water rescue team. Sag Harbor often drills with North Sea, Southampton, Bridgehampton and East Hampton fire departments. The department also sponsors youth soccer teams and offers scholarships to Sag Harbor students. There is an open house every year during fire prevention week, the first or second week of October. The department has a fire museum open between Fourth of July and Labor Day, on the corner of Church Street and Sage Street. The current chief is Wayne Mortensen.