Remembering Ex-Chief Daniel Peluso

It is with deep regret and sadness to announce the passing of Daniel Peluso Ex-Chief/Ex-Commissioner of the Centereach Fire Department.  Danny Peluso was a 32 year member of the Centereach Fire Department joining in June of 1985, Originally as a member of Emergency Company 1 and later Engine Company 3.  Danny worked for many years

Read more

Remembering Ex-Chief: Nick Potito

It is with deep regret the Centereach Fire Department announces the passing of Life Member & Ex-Chief Nick Potito.  Nick Potito joined the Centereach Fire Department in 1966, a charter member of Engine Company 3 he would go onto become an Lieutenant in Company 3 and would serve as Captain in 1985 & 1986.  He

Read more

Remembering Ex-Chief: Jerry McGrath

It is with deep regret to announce the passing of Life Member, Ex-Chief, Past Commissioner Laurence “Jerry” McGrath .  Jerry McGrath has been a member of the Centereach Fire Department for over 50 years.  Joining the Department in 1967, McGrath was originally assigned to Rescue Company # 1.  He moved up into the Officer ranks

Read more

National EMS Week 2017

May 21st through May 27th 2017 is National EMS Week.  We would  like to thank our brave Volunteers and Professionals who respond 24/7 365 to help others in need of medical attention.  Last Year Centereach Fire Department responded to over 2,000 EMS alarms.

Read more

Happy New Year

The Centereach Fire Department, it’s officers and members would like to wish a safe and Happy New Year to all.  2016 saw the department respond to 3335 emergency calls including fire and EMS.  This number saw an increase when compared to previous years.  

Read more

Annual Holiday Light Show with Santa!

The Centereach Fire Department successfully hosted their annual Holiday Light Parade with Santa on Saturday, December 17th.  This year, thousands of Centereach residents utilized the Facebook Live video feed to “track Santa”, allowing them to remain in doors longer and see when the trucks are close by. The fire department appreciates the amount of attention and

Read more