• The Hartsdale Fire District will be holding a Monthly Meeting of the Board of Fire Commissioners on Monday, August 10, 2015 at 7:30PM at Hartsdale Fire Station No.2 located at 300 West Hartsdale Ave Hartsdale, New York 10530.

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Car 2172 and E-170 Respond on Person Struck by Train

Firefighter Chris Mentrasti, June 10

At 1610hrs, Hartsdale Dispatch received a call reporting a person on the tracks at the Hartsdale Train Station, possibly struck by a train. Car 2172 and Engine 170 responded and made contact with PD on scene who located a victim under the train. Car 2172 requested a full shut down of track 2 and a slow down to 5mph on track one. The 3rd rail was de-energized and once confirmed with MTA, members used ... (Full Story & Photos)

Engine 170 Responds on Greenville All Hands w/ Quick Knockdown

Firefighter Chris Mentrasti, June 10

At 0610hrs, E-170 was dispatched with Greenville as an additional company to 200 White Oak Lane, Edgemont High School. Minutes later, 60 Control re-dispatched it as a garage fire. Greenville companies arrived to find a storage garage on the grounds of the high school with smoke and fire showing. The fire was mainly contained to a rear shed containing several tractors and lawnmowers. This rear shed ... (Full Story & Photos)

Robert J. “Bob” Broderick 1931-2015 Served Hartsdale Fire District for 65 Years

Member Alan Zale, June 08

Former Hartsdale Fire Commissioner and firefighter Robert J. “Bob” Broderick, who served the Hartsdale Fire District for sixty-five years, passed away on June 6, 2015 at the age of 83.

Bob was born September 28, 1931 in Yonkers, NY to the late Matthew and Catherine Broderick. The family settled in Hartsdale, NY in 1942.

After he graduated from White Plains High School, in White Plains, NY, Bob enlisted ... (Full Story & Photos)

The Month of April Training in Review

Captain Timothy Mentrasti, May 11

During the month of April, Hartsdale Firefighters were kept extremely busy with varrious training topics. The months topics included ladder company skills such as roof operations, portable ladders, ventilation, aerial ladder and mutual aid ladder training. The members also focused on additional pump and driver training with the newer firefighters. Hartsdale also saw two additional members complete ... (Full Story & Photos)

Brush Fire Along Metro North Tracks

Member Alan Zale, May 05

Hartsdale Firefighters faced a steep, rugged terrain in battling a brush fire north of the Hartsdale train station on Monday, May 4, 2015. The fire, which covered about four acres, was first reported at 12:11 pm and was brought under control in just over two hours at 3:15pm.

The fire was attacked from two locations. HFD set up command on the cul de sac of Lakeview Avenue from there firefighters used ... (Full Story & Photos)


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