Fire Department

 
Code Red logo
 
Keeping citizens informed.
 
Examples of times when the system could be utilized: Drinking water contamination, extended utility outages, evacuation notice and route, missing person, fires, floods, bomb threat, hostage situation, chemical spill or gas leak and other incidents where rapid and accurate notification is essential for life safety.
 
Click to sign up for local emergency alerts and updates.
 

Fire truck

What does it take to put out a fire? How many fire fighters are needed at a scene to put out a fire in a building? Or to rescue someone in a house that is on fire? Those are some questions posed to fire fighters often. NFPA 1710 offers an explanation behind the amount of trucks and personnel sent to a structure fire. The standards are developed through research. Click to view the NFPA 1710 video.

Staff Contacts

Name Title Phone
Michael J. Sweeney Chief (508) 883-1030 ext. 711
Lieutenant Anthony Iannetti Fire Prevention Officer (508) 883-1030 ext. 715