Northampton Fire Rescue

Mission Statement

Through professionalism, dedication, integrity and training Northampton Fire Rescue works to safeguard the lives and property and to enhance the quality of life of the people of Northampton. This will be accomplished by providing a vast range of emergency services, strong public relations and fire safety education. We also endeavor to protect and preserve the health of our membership and return our personnel safely to their families.

  1. March 2020 Incident Statistics

    March 2020 Incident Statistics Fires: 9 Rescue & Emergency Medical Service: 426 Hazardous Condition (No Fire): 15 Service Call: 7 Good Intent Call: 36 False Alarm & False Call: 75 Other: 1 Total: 569 Year to date: 1712
  2. Another important update regarding Smoke Detector and Carbon Monoxide detector inspections:

    Another important update regarding Smoke Detector and Carbon Monoxide detector inspections: Read on...
  3. Update regarding Smoke, Carbon Monoxide and Occupancy inspections and scheduling.

    Update regarding Smoke, Carbon Monoxide and Occupancy inspections and scheduling. Read on...
  4. Press Release Regarding Non-Essential Inspections

    Please see the attached press release or the text below regarding non-essential fire department inspections during the current COVID-19 oubreak. Read on...
  5. New Fire Chief Sworn In

    On Friday 3/13 Northampton Fire Rescue's new fire chief, Jon Davine, was sworn in, as well as Assistant Chief Pelis, Deputy Chief Breen and Captain Marchand. Please visit our Facebook page for additional photos.
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