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10 E Main St.
Erving, MA 01344                                                  
Best Contact Number:  413-824-4078
413-422-2800 ext. 201
Fax: 413-422-2811
Appointment Expires: June 30, 2017
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 201 Fax: 413-422-2808
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

Philip Wonkka

1st Deputy Chief & Fire Prevention


2nd Deputy Chief & Deputy Warden


Ryan Betters

Mitchell LaClaire, Sr.

1st Lieutenant 

Fire Department Members:

Todd Czernich, EMT Director
Shaina Kosloski - EMT    
Justin Fellows - EMT 
Carolyn Warger-Czernich -EMT        
Cody Pease                      
Justin Fellows                    Melinda Hodgkins             
Jeremy Klepadlo               Mitchell LaClaire, Jr.        
Jacob Smith                      Joseph Reed, Jr.   
Peter McDonough              Spencer Harris

Lifetime Members of the Erving Fire Department:

Gary Burnett            William Lemiuex
Douglas Walker        Douglas Dupell    
William Meuse          Jason Burnett
Robert Haselton        Donald Keith
Dana Dodge             James Paulin
Ryan Betters            George Burnett
Leonard Clark, Jr.     Mitchell LaClaire, Sr.
Almon Meattey, Jr.    Herman Meattey


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: 10/11/2016

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