Thank you for taking the time out of your busy schedule to learn more about your fire service. There are great things going on at the Augusta Fire Department from advancements in technology, equipment, training, and delivery of services. The men and women of the Augusta Fire Department work diligently every day to fulfill our mission to YOU, our customers.
These are exciting and challenging times for our fire and medical service. We hope you enjoy our website. Should you have a need for our service or just have a question or suggestion about how we can better serve you, please feel free to contact me at 626-2422 or send me an email at email@example.com. As always, from our family to yours, it is a privilege to serve you and we look forward to safe days ahead for you and your family.
We thank you for the opportunity to serve you and we never forget that we are here because of, and for YOU, our customers.
The Augusta Fire Department is a professional department that provides full-time firefighting, public education and Paramedic-level Emergency Medical Services to Maine's capital and surrounding communities.
September is National Preparedness Month. This year's focus is on making a plan. There are great tools available at the following websites:
Before long winter will be back and weather can change quickly, here is a list of some basic items to keep in your vehicle to be prepared for another Maine winter.
Chief Audette, the City of Augusta and the Maine State Fire Marshal's Office would like to thank Chief Rob F. Duval, Senior Fire Investigator from the NFPA for his presentation “Fire Service and PV Installations”. "PV" stands for Photovoltaic, a form of solar panel. This class was held on 9/15/15 at Florian Hall in Augusta. The biggest take away from this class was that these systems are ACTIVE or LIVE whenever there is ambient light shining on them. Please follow this link for a copy of the presentation or go to "Additional Resources" in the left hand column for all the supporting documents.
A sample emergency kit for your car copied from www.ready.gov Be prepared in your car
Fire Chief Roger Audette
369 Water Street
Augusta, Me 04330-5220