Fire Service Statement

Our mission remains to provide the highest level of fire protection for the community. Old Town Fire has in place an aggressive “automatic mutual aid” agreement with Orono, Milford and Bangor Fire Departments for all second alarm assignments. Additional mutual aid partners are Bradley, Alton, Glenburn and Hudson fire departments who support us with their tankers for water supply on fire scenes located outside the hydrant district. In addition to these area fire departments the University of Maine’s Volunteer Ambulance Corps provides support on fire and EMS scenes when the college is in session. Veazie Fire also plays a role in mutual aid through station coverage and manpower as needed. Truly a team and cooperative effort by all neighboring communities.  All 9-1-1 calls received for service are dispatched through Penobscot Regional Communications located in Bangor Maine. We have three shifts staffed at six personnel per shift that work a 24/48-hour schedule.  We have one station that houses 2 - ALS ambulances, 1 – Engine/pumper, 1 - 77' Aerial ladder,  1 - Rescue Truck, 1-rescue boat and 1-Utility truck.

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