Northport Volunteer Fire Dept. Radio freq. 46.42. Monitor: Dispatcher; Chiefs; Fire Trucks; Ambulances; Fire Boats. This feed includes Centerport's UHF freq. See feed notes below for more info. Feed by Brett.
On Sept 16th Eatons Neck FD moved to a new radio system and no longer will be heard on this feed.
* There's a 15-30 second delay from actual transmission until it's heard here *
June 2020: The Northport Chiefs'; Paramedic; both ambulances; 3 pumpers - 2-9-3, 2-9-6, 2-9-8 & ladder 2-9-7 have a mobile data terminal and can use it to indicate they're responding, on scene or returing instead of using the radio. So at times you might not hear them but will hear the dispatcher acknowledge them on the radio.
This feed includes Centerport FD UHF freq 460.3625 (DPL 261)
*** Occasionally you'll hear dispatch transmissions from Morris & Middllesex Counties in NJ.***
2-9-0 units - Northport FD; 2-6-0 units - Centerport FD
Northport Volunteer Fire Department
Headquarters: 204 Main Street. Station 1: 22 Waterside Road.
Northport New York 11768
2-9-0 Northport Dispatcher Call Sign: KEF-577 Radio Frequency: 46.42 (no PL or DPL)
There's a dispatcher and paramedic on duty 24/7
The dispatcher & paramedic are paid positions. The officers and members are volunteers
Current membership: 105
General alarms: calls that require fire trucks to respond. Investigation calls: calls when a chief or officer only respond.
2020 calls January 1st - October 31st: 216 General alarms / 565 Ambulance calls / 81 Investigations / Total of 862 calls.
2019 calls: 285 General alarms / 774 Ambulance calls / 96 Investigations. Total of 1155 calls.
2018 calls: 256 General alarms; 775 Ambulance calls, 116 investigations. Total of 1,147 calls.
* Northport unit numbers listed below radio signal lists *
3 - Additional help needed - alarm reactivated
12 - Brush fire
13 - Structure fire - house; commerical building; shed ect
13/35 - Confirmed structure fire
14 - Vehicle fire
16 - Ambulance call
23 - Miscellaneous alarm - as in: investigation; vehicle accident; water rescue; fuel spill; power lines burning; trash fire ect.
24 - Mutual aid to other fire department
26 - Boat fire
27 - Plane crash
Most Commonly Used Radio Signals (full list of radio signals at bottom of page)
2 - Proceed(ing) to alarm
4 - Under control
5 - Return(ing) to firehouse
9 - Stand(ing) by
10 - Notify police
18 - Enroute to hospital
20 - Message received
21 - Arrived on scene
21 & 6 - Ambulance arrived at the hospital
22 - Location
25 - Dismiss members
28 - In service
29 - Turn on firehouse traffic light
34 - Call the firehouse
Northport Unit Numbers
2-9-31 1st. Asst. Chief
2-9-32 2nd Asst. Chief
2-9-60 Capt. Hook & Ladder Co
2-9-61 1st Lieut. Hook & Ladder Co
2-9-62 2nd Lieut. Hook & Ladder Co
2-9-50 Capt. Engine Co
2-9-51 1st Lieut. Engine Co
2-9-52 2nd Lieut. Engine Co
2-9-70 Capt. Rescue Squad
2-9-71 1st Lieut. Rescue Squad
2-9-72 2nd Lieut. Rescue Squad
2-9-3 Pumper - at Headquaters
2-9-4 Pumper - at Station 1
2-9-5 Ambulance - at Station 1
2-9-6 Pumper - at Station 1
2-9-7 Ladder Truck - at Station 1
2-9-8 Pumper - at Headquarters
2-9-9 First Responder Vehicle (medical calls) used by EMT's - at Headquarters
2-9-10 Heavy Rescue - at Headquarters - Hurst tools, scuba equipment & personal transport
2-9-11 Pickup Truck - at Headquarters - also used by the Fire Police for traffic control
2-9-12 Passenger van - at Headquarters- also used by the Fire Police for traffic control
2-9-14 Utility pickup truck - at Headquarters - has plow for winter
2-9-15 Ambulance - at Headquarters
2-9-20 12' Boat on trailer with 50 hp motor. - at Headquarters - towed by 2-9-11 or 2-9-14
2-9-21 12' Flat bottom boat with 15hp motor. - at Headquarters
2-9-23 High Water Rescue Truck (former military truck) - at Headquarters
2-9-26 34' Fire Boat with twin 350 hp motors - kept in water all year. Nov - April located at local yachting center.
2-9-28 All Terrian Vehicle (quad) stored in trailer - at Headquarters - towed by 2-9-11 or 2-9-14
2-9-80 Paramedic Vehicle - at Station 1
Full list of radio signals.