The municipal fire department in Attleboro strives to keep the city safe from fires and other hazards by following…More the department's motto of "We are ready to serve whenever we are called." The department operates four separate fire stations through its headquarters at 100 Union St. Each station, manned by four rotating shifts of 81 personnel including one chief, four deputy fire chiefs, 13 captains and 63 firefighters, provide the community with a slew of fire prevention services. When Attleboro's firefighters are not fighting fires they are in the community providing awareness and educations programs to residents including CPR classes, the Juvenile Fire Setter program, which educates children ages 3-17 about fire and its consequences, and the Student Awareness Fire Education (SAFE) program. The fire department also offers community education and guidance through hurricane, winter ice and survival safety tips.
The Seekonk Fire Department responds to all fire and hazard-related emergencies in town. Because a heavy amount of…More commuter traffic traverses on Route 6, the fire department is always on call. A professional paramedic team and full-time fire fighters are employed by the town. They respond to emergencies; in the event residents are encouraged to call 911.
Chief Alan R. Jack heads the department. The station's mission statement is to "provide the very best in community service."