Fire Department

The mission of the Longmeadow Fire Department is to minimize the risk to the community from fire, medical emergencies, and other threats to life and property. This will be accomplished through prompt emergency response, aggressive public education, code enforcement and cooperative community involvement.

The priorities of the Fire Department will be preservation of life and health, including our own, followed by protection of property and incident management. All resources available to us will be utilized to ensure these priorities are met.

Smoke and Carbon Monoxide Requirements Selling a One or Two Family Residence

Guidelines for Operation of Chimineas, Fire Pits, and Outdoor Fireplaces

In recent years the use of such devices have become increasingly popular; the increase in usage has also resulted in complaints from neighbors of residents using these devices regarding improper use relative to fire safety hazards or conditions potentially injurious to the public health. These new guidelines hopefully serve as a useful checklist for the proper and safe operation of these devices.

Although these guidelines are not regulations and, therefore, not enforceable, both the Fire Department and the Board of Health already have the authority to enforce existing state regulations within their scope (the Fire Department enforcing fire safety regulations; the Board of Health enforcing air pollution regulations and state laws in regard to pubic health nuisances).

Fire Alarm Bylaw

Voters at the 2006 Annual Town Meeting passed a new bylaw requiring home owners and businesses with alarms that summon the Longmeadow Fire Dept. to obtain a permit. For a better understanding of the requirements of this new bylaw, please read the information package that includes an introductory letter from Eric Madison- Longmeadow Fire Dept Chief, the new rules and regulations and a fire alarm permit application.

Contact Us

The Longmeadow Fire Department is located at 44 Williams Street and is open 24 hours a day. For normal business such as inquiries and the Fire Prevention office, please contact the Department Monday through Friday from 8am to 4pm.

For emergencies please dial 911

Non-emergencies: 413-567-3357

Fire Prevention: 413-565-4108 or


Chief’s Message

Welcome to the official web site of the Longmeadow Fire Department. This site will provide you with the opportunity to become familiar with the many services provided by this department. The men and women of the Longmeadow Fire Department strive to provide the best emergency services possible. Fire suppression, hazardous materials, auto extrication, emergency medical …

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History of Longmeadow Fire Department

1900-1935 1935-1960 1960-1975 1975- Present Around 1900 the town of Longmeadow started to lay water mains through the town to supply residents with water for human use and for fire protection. The town also purchased its first pieces of fire apparatus about this same time. The first apparatus was in the form of hose reels. …

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Fire Services

Fire Department Services The Longmeadow Fire Department provides a wide variety of services to the town. These services are consistent with the mission of the department and the priorities of life safety, incident stabilization, and property conservation. These services are provided 24 hours a day, 365 days a year by on-duty, trained professionals. Suppression The …

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Local Area Fire Departments East Longmeadow, MA Wilbraham, MA Springfield, MA Enfield, CT Thompsonville, CT North Thompsonville, CT Professional Firefighting International Association of Fire Chiefs Massachusetts Call/Volunteer Firefighters Assn. Massachusetts Department of Fire Services National Fire Academy Professional Firefighters of Massachusetts Fire Safety Fire Safety Fact Sheets Massachusetts Emergency Management Agency National Fire Protection …

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Emergency Services How do I contact the Fire Department for a fire or medical emergency? Dial 911 What do I do if there is a fire in my home? Make sure everyone is out of the home and dial 911. NEVER re-enter to rescue property or animals. What do I do if my child swallows …

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