Village of Quogue 7 Village Ln, Quogue, NY11959 The Village of Quogue consists of an area approximately seven square miles and was founded in 1659 and given autonomy in…More 1928. Today, it operates a wide variety of departments that endeavor to improve the quality of living for residents, including the fire department, building department, highway department, police department, justice court, the Quogue library and school, the Quogue Association and more.
East Quogue Fire Department 465 Montauk Hwy, East Quogue, NY11942 East Quogue Fire Department is a volunteer organization comprised of more than 60 active members and approximately 14…More members in the ladies auxiliary. It is on call 24 hours a day, 365 days a week, and responds to medical emergencies, accidents, fires and more.
Quogue Fire Department 117 Jessup Ave, Quogue, NY11959 The Quogue Fire Department was originally founded in 1903 as a joint venture with Westhampton Beach until 1927 when the…More departments separated. In 1957, the new firehouse was built as it exists today. The facility features six truck bays, a new radio room, a large meeting room and a state-of-the-art recreation room. Led by Chief Christopher Osborne, the current membership of 54 volunteers has access to the latest equipment and technology and is trained in every aspect of firefighting, disaster preparedness and emergency and rescue services. The department also hosts annual Easter and Halloween parties for children and teaches fire prevention at organizations such as Quogue Elementary School.