The Fire Prevention and Fire Investigation Office is located on the parking lot side of the building. Commercial plan reviews and inspections are conducted by the Fire Prevention Officer, Captain Jon Viscione. Residential plan reviews are conducted by the Lieutenant assigned to the South Street Fire Station. Fire investigations are conducted by Fire Investigator Captain Scott Keddie. Office hours are by appointment only.
The South 1 Lieutenant and 2 Firefighters - assigned to Engine 2 to perform fire fighting, rescue, emergency medical response, and inspectional services.
Engine 3 is a 2008 Pierce Velocity Pumper. Key Benefits:
Staffed full-time by one Lieutenant and two Firefighters. Capable of pumping 1,500 gallons of water per minute through five pre-connected hand lines and one pre-connected master stream device. This pumper carries dual firefighting foam and has elevated lighting capability for scene illumination and safety. A thermal imaging camera is carried on board along with a variety of search and rescue devices and systems to aid in emergency operations. Medically equipped to provide basic life support equivalent to a BLS ambulance. Nasal Naloxone (Narcan) is now carried on the Town's ambulances and fire engines to assist in the treatment of opioid overdoses.