Concord Fire Department Expands Their EMS Services
Please join us for the official start of our expanded EMS services.
A generous donation from Mrs. Audrey J Mold provided a new ambulance. Four new firefighters will respond from the West Concord Station to Ambulance calls in West Concord.
The celebration will be held on July 1st 2014, 7:30 AM at Concord Fire Station 2, 1201 Main Street, Concord, MA. Come welcome the new firefighters, see the new ambulance and enjoy some refreshments.
Thinking of building new home or renovating your old home? Consider installing Fire Sprinklers. See the Mayer and Sheryl Fistal’s testimony. Click Here
Selling Your House? You will need to have your Smoke and Carbon Monoxide Detectors Inspected. Call the Concord Fire Prevention Office at: 978-318-3451
The Concord Fire Department Announces a New Emergency Medical Service Strategic Plan
Please remember to make your house numbers visible from the street. During an emergency seconds count and it’s a Town Bylaw. House numbers should be a minimum of 3 inches in height and a contrasting color to their background.
Smoke Alarm Basics
Please check your Smoke Detectors. If you need help installing Smoke Detectors see the installation guide under Fire News;" Selling Your Home?" Or Call Us at 978-318-3451
Listen to Concord Fire Radio on Your Computer:
Click on the radio Icon
Main Channel Frequency: 483.5375 MHz New PL 156.7Hz
Fireground Frequency: 483.7125MHz New PL 192.8 Hz
Click the scanner at right to listen. You will need Adobe FlashPlayer to listen, but most computers already have FlashPlayer
FROM THE DESK OF CHIEF MARK R. COTREAU
Welcome to the Concord Fire Department Website. Our mission at the Concord Fire Department is to provide quality fire, rescue, and emergency medical service to the public and promote customer satisfaction as well as conduct fire safety talks with students in schools, local groups and organizations.
This site was designed for the citizens of Concord, MA. Our goal with this site is to be an informative site to educate the public about fire, hazards as well as emergency medical assistance and public health concerns. There are many helpful home, fire, medical tips to help keep you and your family safe.