2016 Emergency Response Totals

January

EMS

138

Fire

52

February

EMS

101

Fire

48 

March

EMS

 119

Fire

41

April

EMS

112

Fire

41

May

EMS

157

 Fire

39

June

 EMS

00

Fire

00

July

EMS

00

 Fire

00

August

EMS

00

Fire

00

September

EMS

00

Fire

00

October

EMS

0

Fire

0

November

EMS
0

Fire
0

December

EMS
00

Fire

0

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Welcome to the Orleans Fire Rescue Emergency Services website.

 

Mission Statement:

   The mission of the Orleans Fire Department is to provide professional emergency services to the residents and visitors within the town of Orleans. The Fire Department is committed to protecting people, property and the environment from the devastating effects of fire, natural disasters and emergency medical incidents.

 

What We Do

     The Orleans Fire Department provides Fire and Rescue services to the Town of Orleans. It's a combination of services, providing fire suppression and Fire Based EMS response twenty four hours a day seven days a week.

     The department has 21 career personnel along with a Fire Chief, Deputy Fire Chief and full-time Fire Inspector. With 14 full-time cross trained Firefighter Paramedics and 4 full-time Firefighter-EMT-A's (working 24hr shifts); our career staff is supplemented by a six member call firefighter force. The Orleans Fire Rescue Department operates out of one station with a combination of 13 pieces of apparatus and equipment. We respond on average to just over 2,400 calls for service annually.

     Operating within a broad range of services, the department responds to not only fire and medical emergencies, but we also respond to fire alarms, carbon monoxide alarms, motor vehicle accidents, beach / water rescues, hazardous material spills, technical rescues, boating emergencies, investigations and citizen assists.

     The Orleans Fire Department is committed to providing fire and life safety services to the entire community. One way the Fire Department provides such services is through aggressive Fire Prevention and Public Education programs. The Orleans Fire Rescue Department works closely with all other town departments to provide a safe community to live, work and vacation in.

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Created on 23 June 2016
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The annual Orleans Fireman's Relief Association will be held on July 3rd 7:00am-10:00am. The Pancake Breakfast is always held at the Orleans Fire Station located at 58 Eldredge Parkway. Please come join us for some family fun & good food. The Fire Station will be open for children and families to tour and check out the cool equipment that we have here at the Orleans Fire Department.

 

 
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All Fireworks are illegal in Massachusetts.

 

   The possession and use of all fireworks by private citizens is illegal in Massachusetts. This includes Class C fireworks which are sometimes falsely called "safe and sane" such as sparklers, party poppers, snappers, firecrackers, spinners and cherry bombs, to name a few. Sparklers burn at 1800ºF. 

It is illegal to transport fireworks into Massachusetts, even if they were purchased legally elsewhere (OSFM).

 Let the pro's handle it on July 2nd @ Rock Harbor ( Rain date Sunday July 3rd)

 

 

 

 
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