Welcome to the official website of the Lancaster, MA Fire, Rescue, & EMS Department. The department has been proudly providing fire suppression, rescue, and fire prevention services for the Town of Lancaster since 1848. Lancaster was the first town to be incorporated in Worcester County, MA in 1653. Today, Lancaster is comprised of some 7,500 residents and covers an area of about 28 square miles. The department is made up of two full-time Firefighter/EMTs, 27 On-Call Firefighters, & 10 On-Call Emergency Medical Technicians. The department operates out of Two Stations: Center Station (HQ) located at 1055 Main Street, and South Station located at 283 South Main Street. This website is designed to provide information about the services that the department provides. The site is made possible by the Town of Lancaster, MA and the Lancaster Firefighter's Association.
LANCASTER FIRE MAKES THE COVER OF FIREHOUSE MAGAZINE - Photo By Scott LaPrade
COME SEE US AT THE BOLTON FAIR!!!
Thank you to everyone that came out to visit us, donated, and supported us at the 2015 Bolton Fair! The Lancaster Firefighters Associations and Women's Auxiliary would especially like to thank AirGas of Fitchburg for their generous donation of the helium tank for the children's balloons and the Shirley Firefighters Association for the use of their dunk booth. We hope to see you all again next year!
REMINDER TO ALL LANCASTER TOWN RESIDENTS:
The Open Burning Season ended Friday May 1st at 4:00pm. This is a DEP (Department of Environmental Protection) regulation; 310 CMR 7.00, MGL c111. The Fire Department DOES NOT have the authority to extend the burning season without DEP approval. We understand it has been a long and harsh winter but believe it or not, the ground is dry and the fire department has already had to battle several brush fires this season. With the warmer weather approaching, it will only allow for more fires to spread. We thank you for your Understanding!
Lancaster Fire In the News!!!
The Lancaster Fire Department was recently interviewed by Fox 25 news in Boston for Firehouse Fridays sponsored by Dunkin Donuts. Click on the image to the left to see the news clip and hear some very important messages from Chief Michael Hanson and Captain Courtney Manning regarding the importance of Smoke and CO Detectors in your home.
The Town of Lancaster has a new emergency notification system (also known as Reverse 911). This system allows Lancaster residents to receive neighborhood specific emergency notifications issued by the town's public safety agencies. These can be sent to you by phone, e-mail and/or text message, all of which can be set up by you through an easy-to-use web page. To enroll in this free service offered by the Town of Lancaster, go to the CodeRED Community Notification Enrollment web page by clicking on the icon above and submitting the requested information. This data is held securely and is used only for the purpose of emergency notifications.
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