Whitefield Fire Department is made up of three Fire Station locations, a combination of six Emergency vehicles, and a large number of volunteers. They respond to area emergencies that are sourced through Lincoln County dispatch.
The Fire Department meets every Monday evening (excluding holidays) at the Central Fire Station at 7:00 pm. The first Monday of every month is for the FD Officers meeting.
If you wish to apply to be a volunteer stop in on a Monday evening to complete a volunteer application.
To obtain a burn permit, you may do so by contacting the Town Office during regular office hours for same day permits. If you wish to obtain a permit after hours, or for the following day you can contact Jesse Barton or Bryan Ross.
Online Burn Permits: https://apps1.web.maine.gov/burnpermit/public/index.html
Jesse Barton, Fire Chief - 557-0744
Bryan Ross, Deputy Fire Chief 207-215-4768
Randy Brann, Captain
Rick Caron, Captain
Julie Cowles, Chief of Emergency Medical Services
Central Fire Station
24 Town House Road, Whitefield
Kings Mills Station
904 Town House Road, Whitefield
Coopers Mills Station
78 Main Street, Whitefield
Monthly Fire & Rescue Reports
Monthly reports to the people of Whitefield on the activities of Whitefield Fire and Rescue. These are letters from W F&R to the people of the town and to also to be a way to interest people in possibly joining the team, hopefully helping to solve our critical personnel shortage.
If you are interested in joining us, we have meetings and training sessions at the Whitefield fire house on the first three Mondays of the month. You may also get in touch with us through the Whitefield town office or by contacting:
Jesse Barton, Whitefield Fire Chief: 207-557-0744. ([email protected])
Julie Cowles, Chief of Whitefield Emergency Medical Services ([email protected])