• Smoke and Carbon Monoxide Detector Installation Program Update

    By Published On: October 31, 2014Categories: Department NewsViews: 511

    The Board of Directors of the Stamford Fire Safety Foundation Fund,  recently approved an appropriation of $2,000 for the purchase of additional detectors and batteries.  This includes: 100 photoelectric smoke detectors 40 carbon monoxide detectors 144 9 volt batteries 144 AA batteries This additional appropriation will allow Stamford Firefighters to provide much needed fire detection equipment [...]

  • A Benefit Concert Supporting The Sandy Ground Memorial Playground Project

    By Published On: April 20, 2014Categories: Department News, Member News, UncategorizedTags: , Views: 382

    Come join The Highland Rovers and The Stamford Professional Fire Fighters for a benefit concert supporting "The Sandy Ground Memorial Playground Project in honor of the life of Jesse Lewis.

  • It’s Relevant: Stamford’s New Fire Engine

    By Published On: January 22, 2014Categories: Department News, In The NewsViews: 325

    The Stamford Fire Department has a brand new fire engine. But Deputy Chief Eric Lorenz says it's more than just a new piece of equipment. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eE_1iAPB0SE#t=29 Stamford Fire Department Better Equipped To Serve :: Stamford, CT | itsrelevant.comTo find out more about the Stamford Fire Department, visitwww.stamfordfire.com The Stamford Fire Department has a brand new [...]

  • The Stamford Fire Department is Proud to Unveil the Newest Addition to Our Fleet

    By Published On: December 18, 2013Categories: Department NewsTags: Views: 472

    Our newest engine is a 2014 KME Severe Service Engine and will be assigned to Fire Station #9 at 684 Long Ridge Road when it is placed in service. The new Engine 9 represents a dramatic departure from previous stratagies utilizing  entirely new specifications . All future Stamford Fire Department apparatus purchases will be modeled after [...]

  • City of Stamford’s New Fireboat

    By Published On: December 15, 2013Categories: Department News, UncategorizedTags: , Views: 592

    MetalCraft Marine delivered a new fireboat to the Stamford Fire Department this past August. The 35'9''x10'9" FireStorm 32 is powered by two 420-hp Cummins 5.9 engines matched with two Hamilton 274 waterjets. It is equipped with a Hale 1500 fire pump which can pump 1,750 gpm. The vessel has a top speed of 38 knots. [...]

  • Martin recruits retired veteran to lead fire department

    By Published On: December 5, 2013Categories: Department News, In The NewsViews: 317

    Welcome back Chief Brown! Martin recruits retired veteran to lead fire departmentMayor David Martin has selected former Stamford Fire & Rescue Assistant Fire Chief Peter Brown as the city's new fire chief, an appointment cheered Thursday by firefighters from both the career and volunteer ranks. Brown, a 40-year veteran of Stamford's fire services, retired last [...]

  • Thanking the Crew of the East Side Fire Station (Shippan)

    By Published On: August 31, 2011Categories: Department News, UncategorizedViews: 361

    To the editor: I would like to thank the firefighters from the East Side Station who responded to my call of downed and sparking wires during the hurricane. The response was immediate and they examined the interior and exterior of the house to make sure that no fire had started where the wires were sparking and popping outside [...]

  • Stamford & Glenbrook Firefighters Working Together, Help Stamford Residents

    By Published On: June 23, 2010Categories: Department NewsViews: 302

    Here is a great example how career members of the  Stamford Fire Department worked hand-in-hand with the volunteers of the Glenbrook Fire Department to make a difference for the citizens of Stamford.  It can work and it does work! […]

  • Firefighter Exam Rescheduled

    By Published On: March 24, 2010Categories: Department NewsViews: 276

    The written exam for Firefighter which was scheduled for April 10th has been rescheduled to Saturday, June 5th. Further information, including the Study Guide, will be sent to all applicants by early May.