Local 2507 in the News

‘It’s not stopping’: Parents of murdered FDNY EMT slam skyrocketing violence in NYC

By Reuven Fenton and Mark Lungariello The elderly parents of the FDNY lieutenant stabbed to death in an unprovoked Queens attack bashed surging violence in the city Friday, saying “it’s not stopping” and is “costing people their lives.” Paramedic […]


Street Co-Naming Ceremony

Join us for a street co-naming ceremony on September 24, 2022, at 1:00 pm on the corner of 148th Road and Edgewood Street, Rosedale, NY in honor of EMT Wendell S.G. O’Brien

Local 2507 in the News

NYC fire protection inspectors win class action status for lawsuit claiming racial discrimination in pay, work conditions

We are thrilled to announce that on Monday, September 19, a federal court judge, JudgeAnalisa Torres, approved the proposed class action claiming that the City of New York hasengaged in racial discrimination against fire protection […]

Local 2507 in the News

Statement from Oren Barzilay, President, FDNY EMS Local 2507 Regarding Off-Duty FDNY EMT Critically Hurt in Staten Island Hit-and-Run

“All members of FDNY EMS are pulling for our fellow EMT at this most difficult time and hoping for the most optimal outcome. We are here and will stand together with her family as we […]

Member Benefits

Governor Hochul Signs Legislation to Expand Public Servants’ Access to Student Loan Forgiveness

Legislation (S.8389-C/A.9523-B) Removes Barriers to Accessing Federal Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program by Clarifying Key Terms, Allowing Employers to Certify Employment Announces Statewide Outreach Effort to Help Eligible New Yorkers Take Advantage of Federal Time-Limited […]

Member Update

WTC Legislation Signed by the Governor

WTC Legislation  NY-AB 9922 By Abbate, Jr., Peter J.. Relates to presumptive evidence for individuals who participated in the World Trade Center rescue, recovery and clean-up operations. – Signed by the Governor (Chap:  559) NY-SB […]