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    Why should I have a working smoke alarm? A properly installed and maintained smoke alarm is the only thing in your home that can alert you and your family to a fire 24 hours a day, seven days a week. […]

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Technical Rescue – Construction entrapment

At 1838 hours on Saturday evening, two engines, a rescue company and an Incident Commander responded with Stamford Emergency Medical Service to Givens Avenue for a man with his hand caught in a chimney flue.  The man was cleaning up a construction […]

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A New Engine 9 Has Gone Into Service Today

The Stamford Fire Department is pleased to announce our new 2016 KME Severe Service 1500 GPM Pumper Engine has been placed into service today as Engine 9.  Engine 9 is stationed at the Turn of River Fire Station #2 (on Roxbury Road). […]

The 2016 Stamford Fire Department Promotional Video

Here is the latest SFD promotional video. Special thanks to Puckstopper Photography (Jon and Bill Tenca), Stamford Fire Pix (Frank Blefari) and retired Firefighter Rich Gillespie for the many photos that were contributed and are used in this video. Enjoy! Music Copyright: Run Boy Run […]

Have A Very Safe and Happy Holiday Season

Here are some facts about home holiday fires One of every three home Christmas tree fires are caused by electrical problems. When Christmas trees catch fire, they are more likely to result in a serious fire. On average, one of […]

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Fredric Carl Padgett Sr.

It is with deep regret that the Stamford Fire Department announces the passing of retired Fire Lieutenant Fredric Carl Padgett. Sr.. Fred passed away peacefully on October 5, 2019 in Stamford at the age of 81. Fred was born on […]

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Have A Very Safe and Happy Holiday Season

Here are some facts about home holiday fires One of every three home Christmas tree fires are caused by electrical problems. When Christmas trees catch fire, they are more likely to result in a serious fire. On average, one of […]

Indoor Safety Emergency Preparedness Tips

HIGHLIGHTS Use fireplaces, wood stoves, or other combustion heaters only if they are properly vented to the outside and do not leak flue gas into the indoor air space. Install a battery-operated carbon monoxide detector in your home. Keep as […]