Safety & Security
FIRE HYDRANT USE
Fire hydrants are installed and maintained for your protection in the event of a fire.
If a hydrant is located on your property, please make certain that it is clear of all
landscaping that would obscure its view or access of our firefighters. In addition, please
contact the District should you suspect any unauthorized use of our hydrants.
The District requests that all residents who border well stations and other District properties
report any suspicious activity to the Nassau County Police. While there have been no threats against
our facilities, this is just another way of staying vigilant in our fight against terrorism.
The Water and Fire District welcomes their newly elected
Commissioner Steve Flynn
BOARD OF WATER COMMISSIONERS
Mark S. Sauvigne, Chairman
Brian J. Morris, Treasurer
Steve Flynn, Secretary
Paul J. Schrader, P.E.
Water Main Replacement ProjectAs part of our ongoing Capital Improvement Program, the District will be
installing new water mains and fire hydrants within the Pembroke
Avenue and Tobin Road areas. More information can be found
We have partnered with the EPA's
DEC Orders Lockheed Martin to immediately conduct expanded
investigation and cleanup of Unisys site following Radium detection.
Recent Results from DEC Oversight Revealed
Detections of Radium in Soil on Company Property DEC and DOH
Find Contamination Poses No Threat to Drinking Water or the Public Read
the complete press release here
FOR FIRE, RESCUE OR EMERGENCY MEDICAL CARE
GIVE NAME, LOCATION & NATURE OF EMERGENCY
Did you know?A slow drip from a faucet can waste
15-20 gallons per day? Fix it and you can save almost 6,000 gallons per year.
Up to 100 gallons a day can be lost on toilet leak? Fix it and you save more than 30,000 gallons per year.