FIRE DEPARTMENT

Chief
10 E Main St.
Erving, MA 01344
413-422-2800 ext. 118
Fax: 413-422-2811
Appointment Expires: June 30, 2014
 
Hours: Monday 5:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m., Wednesday 6:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. or by appointment 

        Fire Station One

10 East Main Street
Erving, MA 01344
Ph: 413-422-2800, Ext 118
Fax: 413-422-2809
Fire Chief: 413-824-4078

Fire Station Two

18 Moore Street
Erving, MA 01344
Ph: 413-423-3866
Fax: 413-423-3859
Fire Chief: 413-824-4078

Fire Department Officers:

Chief & Fire Warden

Phillip Wonkka

1st Deputy Chief & Fire Prevention

 

2nd Deputy Chief & Deputy Warden

Captain

Ryan Betters

Mitchell LaClaire, Sr.

1st Lieutenant 


Fire Department Members:

Brandon Breault - EMT
Justin Fellows - EMT
Shaina Kosloski - EMT
Brian Mitchell
Cody Pease
Cody Traceski
Joseph Reed, Jr.
Sarah Meatty - EMT
Frank Fellows
Mitchell LaClaire, Jr.
Elizabeth Call
Melinda Hodgkins
Tim Cronin
Jeremy Klepadlo

Junior Fire Fighters:

No appointments made as of 07/1/2013

Lifetime Members of the Erving Fire Department:

Gary Burnett
William Lemieux
Douglas Walker
Douglas Dupell
William Meuse
Jason Burnett
Robert Haselton
Donald Keith
Dana Dodge
William Hackett
Leo Cordery
James Paulin
George Burnett
Leonard Clark, Jr.

MISSION:

The Erving Fire Department strives to protect and serve the residents and all of our visitors with the utmost professionalism and training possible.

The Fire Department consists of 20 on-call members, and operates out of two stations with a coverage area of 14 square miles. Station One is located in the center of town on US RT2, with three class A fire apparatus and one heavy rescue truck. Station two is located in the western part of town on RT 63, with two class A fire apparatus and a mini attack pump/rescue truck, and a brush truck.

Erving Fire Department responds to an average of 200 calls per year with 48% of them being medical calls. Our department has an extensive training program and responds to all incidents for fires, collapse, haz-mat, motor vehicle accident and extrication, search and rescues, public assistance, etc.

The department has several instructors certified to teach in a wide variety of programs such as Firefighter Series, First Responder/CPR, ICS and NIMS, Wildland fires and Extrication and Rescue.

Updated: 03/18/2014

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