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Naples, Maine

Naples Fire Department

The Naples Fire Department provides emergency response services to the citizens of the Town of Naples. Two firefighter medical personnel staff the Naples Public Safety Building 24/7 - 365 and respond to both fire and EMS calls. An on call company of thirty plus volunteers supplement and respond to emergencies. The department is always looking for qualified personnel to work per diem shifts and volunteers in a variety of capacities for the call company. 

FIRE CHIEF: Chris Pond

ASSISTANT CHIEF: Jason Pond

FULL TIME DEPUTY CHIEF: Mark Scribner

FOR EMERGENCIES DIAL 911

 

Naples Fire Department Water and Response Capabilities

The department maintains fire rescue apparatus at 2 separate stations:
CENTRAL STATION:  1100 Roosevelt Trail – staffed 24 hours per day with 2 Firefighter/EMT’s
Apparatus capabilities:
Engine 5 – pumper 1000 gallons water
Ladder 9 – 75 foot ladder and 500 gallons water
Tank 1 – water shuttle 2800 gallons water
Rescue 7 and 8 – Advanced Life Support capable
Forestry 6 – 500 gallons water
DISTRICT 3:  206 Casco Road not staffed; houses Engine 3 and Engine 2
Apparatus capabilities:
Engine 2 – pumper 1000 gallons water
Engine 3 – pumper 1000 gallons water
 
There are 8 hydrant gravity fed from a 20,000 gallon water tank, the hydrants are located throughout the Naples business area.  There are 15 Dry Hydrants placed throughout the Naples coveage area.

 

 

The Town of Naples does not have an ordinance prohibiting the use of fireworks. State law must be followed when using consumer fireworks. Please use caution when using any fireworks. 

Consumer Fireworks Laws

  Smoke Detector Safety

Smoke Detectors:

  • Three out of five home fire deaths result from fires in properties without working smoke alarms
  • More than one-third (37 percent) of home fire deaths result from fires in which no smoke alarms are present.
  • The risk of dying in a home fire is cut in half in homes with working smoke alarms.
  • Most home fire deaths happen when people are asleep (between 11 p.m. and 7 a.m.)? Don’t let this happen to you. Keep your family safe by installing smoke alarms and testing them monthly to make sure they work.

 To ensure your smoke detector is working:

  • Test smoke alarms monthly & replace alkaline batteries at least once each year
  • If your smoke alarm was installed more than 10 years ago it needs to be replaced!
  • Have working smoke detectors on every level, as well as inside bedrooms and outside sleeping areas

 

 Wood Stove Safety

     The increase use of wood stoves a source of heat has led to an alarming number of fires traceable to careless installation or misuse. Proper use and maintenance of woods stoves chimney and wood stove fires may be decreased. Here are some principal do's and don'ts:

• DO—make sure there is enough clearance between the stove and combustible materials including floors, walls and ceilings

• DO—place the stove on a noncombustible, fire resistant base

• DO—have a mason or other competent person inspect and Clean the chimney annually

• DO—burn only dry, well-seasoned wood

• DO—consider opening a window a crack for ventilation

• DO—dispose of ashes in a closed metal container away from the house.

• DON’T—extend the stove pipe through a wall or ceiling unless there is no possible alternative.

• DON’T—connect a wood stove to a fireplace chimney unless the fireplace has been sealed off.

• DON’T—connect a wood stove to a chimney serving another appliance burning other fuels.

• DON’T—start a stove fire with flammable fluids, such as gasoline.

• DON’T—burn trash in a stove; doing so can start a chimney fire.

 

 

 




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