Fire Department

Our Mission

Protect Life, Property and the Environment through Public Education, Fire Prevention and Emergency Response. Be helpful, courteous and professional.
Fire Department patch with American flag logo design
As administrators of public safety, fire personnel must handle:
  • Collapses
  • Fires
  • Floods
  • Hurricanes
  • Medical emergencies
  • Motor vehicle accidents
  • Tornadoes
These events remain, as always, unscheduled and unpredictable. These incidents are time sensitive, life threatening, and labor intensive. You never know when they will occur, but when they do, you need lots of trained people immediately.
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The fire department staff, facilities and equipment consist of:
  • 1 Chief
  • 1 Deputy Chief
  • 1 EMS Coordinator
  • 1 Secretary
  • 4 Captains
  • 32 Career Firefighters
  • 15 On-Call Persons
Facilities & Fire Trucks
  • 1 aerial tower
  • 1 rescue-pumper
  • 3 fire stations
  • 4 pumper engines
  1. WRTA Customer Bulletin: Public Meeting Notice: Proposed Schedule Changes

    The WRTA will hold Public Meetings to obtain public comment regarding proposed routing and schedule changes to certain bus routes that would go into effect at the end of June, or August 2018. Additional Info...
  2. Citizens Petition Warrant Articles

    The Board of Selectmen will sign the Annual Town Meeting Warrant on March 27, 2018. Any Citizen Petition Warrant Articles must be submitted to the Clerk's Office in a timely manner Read on...
  3. Yard Waste Pick-UP Program - Spring 2018

    There are 3 opportunities for leaves, grass, and small bundled branches to be picked up on your scheduled Rubbish collection day during the following weeks: April 9 - April 13; April 23 - April 27, and May 7 - May 11. Read on...
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