Important – Deadline for Review of Draft Hazard Mitigation Plan 2016 – 8/31/16

A copy of the DRAFT Hazard Mitigation Plan Update of 2016 is available for public review and comment 
from August 15 to August 31, 2016 at the Chester Town Office and Chester Fire Department during regular business hours (see contact page) or clicking on the links at the right...

Written comments may be addressed to Fire Chief Greg Bolduc at GBolduc@mygsc.com or mailed to:

Chester Fire Department
27 Murphy Drive
Chester, NH 03036

 


In Case of Emergency, Dial 911 

Welcome to the Chester Fire Department

Welcome to the Chester Fire Department. Please visit our training section and photo gallery to see some of the events that occur at the department. We are here to serve you.  

For the Town of Chester, NH website, go to ChesterNH.org

Listen to Live Scan

 To listen to the town's and regional's emergency scanners, click here.

 

 

Join us in Congratulating Chester Fire Department’s New Chief!

As of May 12, 2016, Interim Fire Chief Greg Bolduc has accepted to fill the Chester Fire Chief position!

Moving forward, Fire Chief Bolduc is keeping the high standards set for the Chester Fire Department.

Please join us in welcoming the Town of Chester's New Fire Chief.

*NEW* NH Texting to 9-1-1

Sometimes it is not possible to talk to a dispatcher when calling 9-1-1.
Now in NH,  texting an emergency to 9-1-1 is an option.

Please read the information from the governor's office regarding the details of how to use this new option.

Cleaning Day at the Station 2016

Members of the Department came out for an annual Cleaning Day at the Chester Fire Station! A thorough cleaning of the station was done, above and beyond the daily routines. Members and family members came out to assist and the day ended with a BBQ gathering. It was a good, fun day and thank you to all who helped!

Knox Box Key Access for the Fire Department

Expect the unexpected, Plan ahead.  To allow the Chester Fire Department to access your property for an emergency with a key, consider using a Knox Box for secure access.  Contact the Chief for more details.  

For more information regarding Knox Box, click here.

Please Take a Survey

If a service has been rendered to you, please let us know your opinion

Short and Easy Survey

Alternative to Knox Box

One manner in which the fire department accesses property when a Knox Box or key is not available, is to break in the door.   

Donate

For information on how to donate to the Fire Association to help fund additional needs, please click the icon

Donation information here

Click on the Candles picture for a video – Christmas Tree on Fire!

Fire can spread incredibly quickly, as shown in this video.

The leading cause of residential building fires with injuries in 2012 was by Cooking Fires which topped 48.7%.  This is especially true with unattended cooking.  
Click here on a link to learn about cooking and fire safety.

 

Kid’s Safety!

Hey Kids!

Want to play some cool fire fighter games?  Click here for Rescue Helicopter

Kid’s Interactive Fire Prevention Resource

Click on the icon for a cartoon fun resource to help you in fire prevention and how to stay safe! Check it out!

Smokey Bear Fun