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"Our mission is the protection of life and property through a combination of emergency response and loss prevention services."
The Littleton Fire Department is a combination department consisting of a full-time Chief, 1 full-time Deputy Chief, 10 full-time firefighter/EMTs, a part-time administrative assistant, 5 on-call officers, 23 on-call firefighters and/or EMTs. The department serves Littleton, Massachusetts, a suburban community of about 9000 residents approximately 25 miles west of Boston and located along Interstate 495. The community's composition is making a transition from agricultural to primarily residential and business. Communities adjacent to the west are much more rural while those to the east and north are considered truly suburban.
The Littleton Fire Department responded to 1307 emergency service calls in 2012. The department currently operates three engine/rescue companies, a 110’ ladder company, a rescue company, two BLS-level ambulances (supplemental ALS-level medical care is provided by Emerson Hospital paramedics Pro-EMS, Westford Fire, or Ayer Fire Department), a mini attack/interface engine company, a hazardous materials spill containment trailer, and various other support vehicles. The department also offers marine and cold water/ice rescue capabilities.
Littleton Fire Department Section of the 2002 Master Plan
These pages are maintained by a committee consisting of department members and interested volunteers.
Contact: Scott Wodzinski Fire Chief, Littleton Fire
20 Foster Street
Littleton, MA 01460
Administrative Assistant 978-540-2360
Fire Prevention 978-540-2366
Hours: Daytime Staffing
Hours: 6am to 6pm (every day)
Administrative Hours: 9am to 5pm (Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday)
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