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Fort Fairfield Fire Department

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Fort Fairfield Fire Rescue

18 Community Center Dr, Fort Fairfield, ME 04742

Bus: (207) 472-3809, Emergency: 9-1-1

Email: mjalbert@fortfairfield.org

 

The Town of Fort Fairfield spans 78.4 square miles with a population of approximately 3,600 People. The Fort Fairfield Fire Department consists of 1 FT Chief, 4 Full Time Firefighter/EMTs, 1 PT Firefighter/Paramedic and 27 Call Firefighters. 

The Fort Fairfield Fire Department provides our townspeople with Fire Suppression, Rescue, 1st Responder Emergency Medical Care, Hazardous Material Spill Response, Fire Inspections, & Fire Life Safety Education. We respond to approximately 350 emergency requests a year and numerous non-emergency requests for service. 

Our Firefighters respond primarily from our Fire Station on Community Center Drive and the Loring Development Authority contracts with the Town of Fort Fairfield for (1) 24-7 staffed Engine Company at Fire Station # 2 located in Loring.

The Fort Fairfield Fire Department provides automatic mutual aid to the Limestone, Loring Commerce Centre and Caswell for any reported building fire and any call in which additional resources may be needed. We also provide mutual aid upon request to any neighboring community that needs us.

History | Members | Apparatus | EMS | Training
Public Education
| Recruitment | Contact Us | Related Links 

History of the Fort Fairfield Fire Department

 

Past Fire Chiefs

Dana McLaughin
Gary Cyr
James McKenney
William VanBuskirk Sr.
Cecil Estey
Wilfred Sherman
Cecil Doak
Roy Grant
Jerome Manter
Vavel Giggey
Hugh Traford
Harry Parks
Bill Bridges
Perry Knight
Berrel Blanchard
Herb Jones
Winston Ward- Care Taker

 

    • Fort Fairfield Fire Dept was organized in 1920
    • In 1950 FFFD was established full time.
    • In 1983 FFFD began an Ambulance Service which ended in 1988.
    • In 2006 FFFD was contracted by the Loring Development Authority for Fire Protection at the Loring Commerce Center. 
    • In 2009 FFFD joined forces to share equipment and resources with Limestone FD. This created what is known as Aroostook Fire Protection District 1.

Fort Fairfield Fire Department - Members

Officers
Chief: Mike Jalbert
1st Captain & Safety: Darryl Doughty
2nd Captain: Jeff Leighton
3rd Captain: Matthew McPherson
1st Lieutenant: Jesse Bell
2nd Lieutenant: Mitch Dufour
Fire Prevention & Training: Jon Cote

Firefighters

Dale Beaulieu

Stephanie Beaulieu

Herb Blaisdell
Pete Bowmaster

James Bradley

Ryan Eagles

Steve Hersey

Jim Ireland

Drake Leighton

Shane Leighton

Dale McCarty

Randy Parady
Dennis Rogeski

Ben Stergeon

Fort Fairfield Fire Department - Apparatus

Engine 2:  2004 Sterling Metalfab Pumper, 1250 GPM Pump, 1250 Gallon Water Tank, CAFS

Engine 3: 2004 Sterling Metalfab Pumper, 1250 GPM Pump, 1250 Gallon Water Tank, CAFS & Jaws of life.

Engine 4: 1996 KME P-22V3 Pumper, 1250 GPM Pump, 750 Gallon Water Tank, 25 Gallon A Foam, 25 Gallon AFFF. Engine 4 is Stationed at Fire Station #2 at Loring.

Tanker 1: 1997 Western Star Tanker, 5,000 Gallon Water Tank

Tanker 2: 1993 International Tanker, 500 GPM Pump, 5,000 Gallon Water Tank. (Swapped every 4 months between Limestone Sta. 1 and Fort Fairfield)

Rescue 4: 1995 Chevy Wheeled Coach Rescue Truck. Used for Medical calls, technical rescue & fire ground support.

Chief Truck: 2007 Honda Ridgeline. Used as command vehicle for all calls

 

Fort Fairfield Fire Department - Emergency Medical Services

The Fort Fairfield Fire Department provides 1st responder level service upon request to the Town of Fort Fairfield. Currently Crown Ambulance provides transport Ambulance Service to the Town. Rescue 4 and crew respond to assist Crown on serious medical calls and also if there is no Crown Ambulance in town to respond. Currently at this time we have 12 licensed EMS providers. There are 1 First Responders, 5 EMT-Basics, 1 EMT-Intermediate and 1 EMT-Paramedic.

 

Fort Fairfield Fire Department - Training
Training Officers: Firefighter Jon Cote  & Captain Doughty 

The Fort Fairfield Fire Department trains every Tuesday night. Our members train for countless hours each year. Training consists of: pumps, fire suppression, medical emergencies, vehicle extrication, ladders, water rescue, and many other topics. Some of our members participate in classes outside of the fire department such as the Maine State Fire Academy, Fire Attack Schools, County Classes, State classes, EMS classes, and the National Fire Academy in Emmetsburg, Maryland.

 

Fort Fairfield Fire/Rescue Dept - Public Education 

The Fort Fairfield Fire Department provides public education to the community for groups of all ages. We can provide presentations, tours, and safety demos geared towards your audience. We travel to a number of classrooms each year and presents fire and life safety education to students of all ages. We also participate in community events. Please contact us for more information on how we can help you out.

Fire Prevention Coordinator: Firefighter Jon Cote: 

Email Fire Prevention: fire@fortfairfield.org

Fort Fairfield Fire Department
18 Community Center Drive
Fort Fairfield ME, 04742
Station Phone: 207-472-3809

 

Fort Fairfield Fire/Rescue - Recruitment

PAID/ CALL FIREFIGHTER

If you are interested in becoming a Paid/On Call firefighter for the Fort Fairfield Fire Department, you may pick up an application at the Station located at 18 Community Center Drive or email mjalbert@fortfairfield.org to have one emailed to you.

The requirements for becoming a Fort Fairfield Firefighter are:

  • At least 18 years of age
  • Completed application
  • Background check
  • Valid Maine drivers license

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us.

Phone: 207-472-3809 

 

Junior Firefighters

Junior Firefighter program is geared towards finding out what the fire service is all about. Junior Firefighters will learn a wide variety of task. Junior Firefighters are limited to what they can do. Junior Firefighters are prohibited to unsafe environments.

Requirements are for becoming a Fort Fairfield Junior Firefighter:

  • Must be between the ages of 16 and 18 years old.
  • Must be enrolled in school or have a diploma/GED.
  • Must maintain a “C” average to be an active member.

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us.

Phone: 207-472-3809

 

Contact Fort Fairfield Fire Department

Fort Fairfield Fire Department
18 Community Center Drive
Fort Fairfield, Maine 04742

Emergency: 911
Non-Emergency: 207-472-3809 
Fax: 207-472-3810
Email: mjalbert@fortfairfield.org

For further assistance or non-emergent help, the On Duty Firefighter maybe reached 207-328-4108.

Walk Ins are always welcome. You may stop by the fire station Monday through Friday between 8am to 4pm or call to set up a tour.

“Protecting Life and Property in Fort Fairfield, Limestone, Loring & Caswell.”

 

Fort Fairfield Fire Department - Related Links                                           

Town of Fort Fairfield: www.fortfairfield.org
Presque Isle Fire Dept: www.pifd.org
Caribou Fire & Ambulance: www.cariboufire.net
Aroostook EMA: www.aroostook.me.us/ema.html
Aroostook EMS: http://reg5ems.webs.com/
Maine Forest Service: www.maine.gov/doc/mfs/
Maine EMS: www.state.me.us/dps/ems/
Maine Fire Marshall Office: www.maine.gov/dps/fmo/index/htm
Maine Fire Training& Education: www.mfte.org
Maine Fire Chiefs Association: www.mainefirechiefs.com/
Maine EMA: www.state.me.us/mema/
Maine 911 Emergency Service Communication Bureau: www.maine911.com./index.shtml
State of Maine Federation of Firefighters: www.msfff.org/
National Fire Academy: www.usfa.dhs.gov/
Northern Maine Community College: www.nmcc.edu
Firehouse Magazine: www.firehouse.com
Firefighter Close Calls www.firefighterclosecalls.com

 



 



 

 

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