Welcome to StamfordFire.com, the online presence of the Stamford Fire Department, your trusted All Hazards Emergency Response Department in Stamford.

Our primary mission is to ensure the safety and well-being of all Stamford residents and visitors. While we are firefighters at heart, our role extends beyond battling flames to encompass safeguarding against a wide spectrum of emergencies, medical crises, and environmental threats.

Our dedicated team consists of both career firefighters and committed volunteers, always prepared to respond swiftly to any situation. With a network of twelve strategically placed fire stations across the city, we provide comprehensive coverage. Furthermore, we maintain mutual aid agreements with neighboring fire departments in New Canaan, Greenwich, Norwalk, Darien, Connecticut, and Pound Ridge, New York, reinforcing our commitment to collaborative emergency response.

Stamford Fire Department is not your typical fire department. We are well-equipped to handle diverse challenges, from SCUBA rescue missions to complex vehicle extrications, high-angle rescues, confined space operations, and water-based fire suppression and aquatic rescues through our marine unit. Additionally, our HAZMAT task force comprises highly trained technicians, ready to address hazardous material incidents.

Behind the scenes, our Fire Commission, appointed by the mayor and confirmed by the Board of Representatives, ensures efficient organization and optimal functionality. The Fire Chief manages day-to-day operations, while the Commission oversees career member appointments and promotions, ensuring a cadre of skilled professionals.

Our Fire Marshal Division actively engages in fire safety, investigating incidents to maintain community safety and cooperating with law enforcement agencies to hold responsible parties accountable. Concurrently, we promote fire safety awareness and proactively work to prevent fires through comprehensive educational programs.

Our commitment extends further to ongoing training. The Training Division ensures our firefighters remain current with the latest NFPA, OSHA, and ISO standards. We also operate the Stamford Regional Fire Training School, offering advanced training not only to our own personnel but also to neighboring departments, attracting participants from various regions.

Lastly, our Vehicle and Equipment Maintenance Division is responsible for maintaining our apparatus, equipment, and support vehicles to the highest standards. Through rigorous annual inspections, pump tests, ladder evaluations, and flow assessments, we leave nothing to chance when it comes to your safety.

Welcome to the Stamford Fire Department family. Our purpose is not limited to extinguishing fires; we are dedicated to protecting, educating, and serving our community every day. Your safety is our foremost concern, and together, we will ensure Stamford’s continued well-being.
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