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Fire Department

Adrien Morin 743-4008
Assistant Chiefs
Tom Murch 743-1113 • Dustin McAllister 583-2573/743-3487 • Michael Fox  515-1004

Kellen Lawler, 7, son of Waterford firefighter Pat Lawler, assisted with the department's June 1 annual hose testing. Here he connects hoses to the Delta Hydro, which is capable of testing six hoses at a time. Each hose must maintain 250 pounds of pressure for five minutes.

Burning Permits
A Written Permit is required by law for any open burn

To obtain a written permit, call any of the wardens listed below. Please understand that each person works and their availability is limited. If no one is available, an online permit may be obtained from the Maine Forest Service (link below). There is no charge for permits issued by any of the town wardens but a $7 charge for online permits. The permits are good for two days after 5 p.m. unless it's raining.

A written permit is required to burn brush, wood debris and leaves at any time of the year. Burning is permissible without a permit for residential use of outdoor grills and fireplaces for recreational purposes such as preparing food, recreational campfires kindled when the ground is covered with snow or fires on frozen bodies of water. At no time shall a controlled burn of any kind create a nuisance.

Adrien Morin:  743-4008
Tom Murch:  743-1113
Dustin McAllister: 583-2573  743-3487 cell
Brad Grover: 583-2570

Please read the Rules & Guidelines for open burning before you burn.

Fire Danger and Class Day Report

Permits are only issued on Class 1 & 2 days

Click Here for On-line burning permits