Farmington Fire Rescue provides 24-hour Fire and Emergency Medical Services to the town of Farmington, NH. From our station located on Main Street, the department covers 37.5 square miles and provides services to a popluation almost 7,000 residents. Farmington Fire Rescue responds to more than 1,400 call for service each year, which averages out to approximately 3.5 calls per day. These service calls include fires, medical emergencies, motor vehicle crashes, alarms, investigations, and more.
The department is run by a full-time Fire Chief and a roster of per-diem company officers and certified firefighters/EMTs, providing 24/7 coverage for the town, 365 days a year, as well as providing mutual-aid availability to surrounding communities. Farmington Fire Rescue also provides free CPR training, fire safety guidance and information to the public, issues permits for brush/camp fires, and inspects local commercial and multi-family residential properties to ensure compliance with local and federal life safety codes.
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