Newbury Fire & Rescue Department

Henry E. Thomas Jr., Fire Chief

PO Box 373

952 Route 103

Newbury, NH 03255

Emergency Dial 911

Business Message Phone (603) 763-4403

Fax (603) 763-5379

newburyfire@gmail.com

Office Hours Tuesdays 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM





​​Newbury Fire Rescue Permit Information
Fireworks Permits

No Open Fireworks Permits

Permits are required for all Fireworks in Newbury

Complete the on-line application here
Fireworks Permit Request Form


You can now get pre-approval for fireworks. Complete the above request and an inspection of the display site will be scheduled. 48 Hours prior to the scheduled fireworks display, you will be emailed the Fireworks Permit. Permits are issued for Friday, Saturday & holiday evenings. 
Applicants that received a fireworks permit in 2017, can get a renewal permit without having to do another site inspection. These permits requested now will be emailed 48 hours prior to the date.

Permits are Required for the Installation of Wood, Gas and Oil Heating Equipment

Download permit applications here .

Permit to Install and Operate Gas/Wood Burning Equipment
Permit to Install and Operate Oil Burning Equipment

 
Outside Burning Permits
 Permits are required from the forest fire warden for all outside fires including the burning of brush.
 

Click Here for information on outside burning regulations

NH State Fire Marshal Outside Fireplace Bulletin


Coutact the one of the forest fire wardens with any questions or to request 2017 seasonal burn permits required for outside fireplaces and fire pits.

 
New Knox HomeBox is now available in Newbury
See Details in the Knox Box Section below or go to KnoxHome Box


Fire Alarm Permit Application & Update
 Apply for a fire alarm permit or update your information on line.
Complete the On line
alarm application form.

Newbury Fire Department Table of Contents

  • Newbury Fire Department Overview
  • News
  • Upcoming Events
  • Monthly Features
  • Newbury Fire Department Activity
  • Newbury Fire Department History
  • Newbury Safety Ordinances and State Regulations NEW SECTION
  • Newbury Fire Department Stations
  • Newbury Fire Department Apparatus
  • Newbury Fire Department Community Activities
  • Emergency Medical Service (EMS)
  • EMS/Fire Training Information
  • Newbury Fire Department Training
  • Newbury Fire Department Calls for the Year 2016 and prior years
  • Newbury Fire Department Officers
  • Newbury Fire Department Mutual Aid
  • Fire Safety Information
  • Homeland Security Family Preparedness Information
  • Newbury Property Insurance Underwriting Information
  • Fire Department Resource Library
  • Fire Department/EMS Internet Links

  • Newbury Map



    Newbury Fire Rescue is now on Facebook


    Newbury Fire Department Information

    New Members Wanted

    The Newbury Fire Department is looking for firefighters and EMTs. If you are interested in becomming part of the Newbury Fire Department, please stop by at the fire station any Tuesday evening and fill out an Application or click here to download an application


    Weather Emergency Contact List

    The Newbury Fire Department maintains a list of town residents who may live alone, do not have transportation, be elderly or disabled that the department will check on in the event of severe weather such as a blizzard, Ice storm or long duration power failure or other emergency impacting the Town of Newbury. The department is currently updating the list and adding new people who wish to be contacted.

    Following a major storm, a telephone call is made to check on the well being of people on the list. If the person can't be reached by phone, a fire department member will go to the home to check on the person.

    If you, a family member or neighbor would like contacted in a weather emergency by the Newbury Fire Department, please send an email with the person's name, address and phone number to newburyfire@gmail.com, Please indicate "Weather Emergency Contact List" in the subject of the email. This contact information remains confidential and is not shared with any other organization. Please email the Newbury Fire Department if you have questions.

     

    Year to date 2017 Newbury Fire Rescue Response Summary


    News

    This year’s Fire Prevention Week theme is “Every Second Counts, Plan 2 ways to Get Out” Your home fire emergency plan which you go over with your family should identify a second evacuation route to get out of you house in the event of a fire. The main door that you use on a daily basis bay be unusable because of the fire so family members should practice getting out by an alternative exit.


    Disasters can happen anywhere at any time, plan today how to reconnect with your family in the event of a disaster.

    Take Action – Prepare Your Family Emergency Plan and Get an Emergency Contact Card for every member of your family.

    Make sure your family has a plan in case of an emergency. Before an emergency happens, sit down together and decide how you will get in contact with each other, where you will go and what you will do in an emergency.

    Your family emergency plan pdf file contains information you will need about your whole family to help you reconnect after an emergency, like a flood, fire, or severe storm. It is important that the whole family be a part of developing the plan so that everyone understands where to go and how to reconnect. This also helps make sure that the plan includes the needs of children, older family members, or even neighbors. Keep a copy of this plan in your emergency supply kit or another safe place where you can access it in the event of a disaster. Get an emergency contact card for every family member.

    As you take action, remember to check the emergency plan at places that your family frequents – like daycare, school, work, or places of worship.

    Visit the Ready NH website for additional information.


    TEXT-TO-9-1-1 is now Available in New Hampshire

    TEXT-TO-9-1-1 allows individuals in dangerous situations who are unable to risk the noise of a call to send a text for help. This will help save lives and must be used responsibly. Texting should only be used when a voice call is not possible, as voice calls provide an advantage by allowing the 9-1-1 operator to more quickly assess the type of emergency and the location of the emergency. How to TEXT 9-1-1:

    1. Enter 911 in the 'To' field

    2. In the message field, type your exact location and a BRIEF description of the help you need - use simple words. DO NOT use abbreviations or shorthand

    3. Push the 'Send' button and

    4. Be prepared to answer the 9-1-1 call taker's questions

    5. A text or data plan is required to place a Text-to-9-1-1.

    Currently, Text-to-9-1-1 is offered via Sprint, AT&T, Verizon and T-Mobile. Text messages may not go through if a cell signal is not available. If a text message does not go through, the sender will receive the following message; 'There is no text service to 9-1-1 available at this time.' Text-to-9-1-1 messages cannot be received if there are multiple message recipients or if pictures, videos or emoticons are used.

    Please respect Text-to-9-1-1 it is FOR EMERGENCY USE ONLY! There are several smart phone apps available to instruct your child on how to dial 9-1-1 in an emergency. Be sure to see if there is one for your cell phone.


    Hike Safely Be Prepared

    Newbury Fire Rescue was dispatched on July 31st to a call for a lost hiker on Mount Sunapee. Upon arrival at the station, it was determined that the individual on the mountain was not actually lost, but knew their location, its coordinates and was on the cell phone with the dispatch center.

    It was determined that they were actually closer to Pillsbury State Park in the town of Washington than they were to Newbury. Contact was made with the ranger at Pillsbury State Park, who said he would hike up the trail to meet the party. Since there was telephone communication with the person who called, instructions were provided as to where to meet the ranger.

    Today's smart phones are a valuable tool, but they should not be your only recourse. A compos, flashlight and trail map will provide a backup if the phone battery goes dead. Always let someone know where you are hiking and a time and location when and where you can be expected.

    Fire Safety
    State of New Hampshire Requirements for Smoke and Carbon Monoxide Detectors in Rental Properties

    Requirements for Smoke Alarms

    MULTI-UNIT DWELLINGS AND RENTAL UNITS

    When They Are Required:

    Multi-unit dwellings and rental units shall be equipped with automatic fire warning devices. (3)

    Locations of Installation:

    Smoke alarms shall be installed in the following locations:

    (1) On the ceiling or wall outside of each separate sleeping area in the immediate vicinity of the bedrooms.

    (2) In each room used for sleeping purposes.

    (3) In each story within a dwelling unit, including basements but not including crawl spaces and uninhabitable attics. In dwellings or dwelling units with split-levels and without an intervening door between the adjacent levels, a smoke alarm installed on the upper level shall suffice for the adjacent lower level provided that the lower level is less than one full story below the upper level. (4)

    Powering the Detectors:

    New and Existing Construction:

    All automatic fire warning devices in multi-unit dwellings, and all rental units shall be powered by the house electrical service (hardwired.) (5)

    Required Interconnection of the Detectors:

    New Construction and Existing Construction:

    When more than one smoke alarm is required to be installed within an individual dwelling unit or sleeping unit the smoke alarms shall be interconnected in such a manner that the activation of one alarm will activate all of the alarms in the individual unit. The alarm shall be clearly audible in all bedrooms with all intervening doors closed and also taking into account any ambient noise. Interconnection within the unit is required, not within the building. Wireless interconnection systems are permitted. (4) (6)

    Requirements for Carbon Monoxide Detectors (CMD)

    A CMD must be installed in every rental unit. A rental unit is defined as:

    “any residential unit in a building or single family dwelling which provides permanent or transient living facilities for one or more persons, which is occupied by tenants on a rental basis. This term shall include but not be limited to: hotels, motels, dormitories, apartments, duplex units, rooms rented out of the home of another, and single family dwellings, so long as they are rented.”

    Locations

    NFPA 720, Standard for the Installation of Carbon Monoxide Detection and Warning Equipment and The International Residential Code address the location of carbon monoxide detectors. Detectors should be installed outside of each separate sleeping area in the immediate area of the bedrooms.

    Please contact Newbury Fire Rescue newburyfire@gmail.comfor additional information on the requirements for smoke and carbon monoxide detectors.


    State of New Hampshire Outside Burning Regulations

    Outside Burning

    New Hampshire Fire Marshal & NH Forests & Lands Outside Fireplace Permit Requirement Bulletin


    Newbury Burn Permit Contact Information
  • Henry E.Thomas, Jr. Fire Chief: 344-9381
  • Dave Smith, Forest Fire Warden: 938-5925
  • Mike Croteau, Deputy Forest Fire Warden: 763-2679
  • Wayne Whitford, Fire Prevention: 748-1583

  • The main causes of wildfires are illegal or improperly extinguished fires.

    Per RSA 227-L:17, the state of New Hampshire requires anyone who wishes to burn clean, ordinary combustibles such as leaves, brush or untreated lumber, or have a camp or cooking fire to have written permission from the landowner and a written fire permit from the local forest fire warden or local fire department in the town or city where the fire will be kindled.

    What time can a fire be kindled?

    Fires may only be kindled after 5:00 p.m. and must be extinguished before 9:00 a.m.

    There are two exemptions to this:

    1: When the Forest Fire Warden determines that conditions are appropriate Category I (Campfire) permits may allow for a small (under 2 foot diameter) fire to be burned during the day.

    2: When there is continuous rain fall, however, the fire must be extinguished when the rain stops and depending on what town you are burning in, there may be some variances to these times. A Fire Permit is still required when it is raining.

    What can be burned?

  • Clean, untreated wood and brush.
  • Material must be no greater than 5 inches in diameter.

    What cannot be burned?

  • Combustible domestic waste as defined by RSA-125N, including, but not limited to:
  • Household trash
  • Packaging Material
  • Plastic
  • Coated or laminated paper
  • Rubber
  • Painted or treated wood
  • Coated or treated cardboard
  • Oily rags
  • Animal, vegetable and kitchen waste
  • Treated wood or composite materials

    Where are you going to burn? How far from the nearest structure, trees and dead vegetation or overhead phone or power lines? Fires must be no closer than 50 feet from a structure, or 25 feet if in an approved incinerator.

    What do you have for fire protection? A hose, shovel or rake, and a bucket of water should be available at the fire. You are liable for the costs of extinguishing escaped fires.

    How much help will you have during the burn? Your fire must be attended at all times, or completely extinguished.

    Commercial Permits

  • The Forest Ranger for your town/city and local Warden are needed to issue a commercial permit to burn when no other means of disposal of material is available, such as chipping, hauling to a landfill or other methods of legal disposal.
  • The permittee will be required to have suppression equipment on site while the burning is being done and the fires will have to be totally extinguished or be constantly attended.

    Gas Grills or charcoal fires up off the ground on your own property do not require a fire permit. Fire pits, chimineas, outside fireplaces and other wood fires do require a permit from the forest fire warden. Seasonal permits outside fireplaces and fire pits are issued for one year only, please contact the forest fire warden for your 2017 seasonal fire permit now.

    The use of Chimineas or outdoor fire places on decks and or within 25 feet of a structure is not permited (Category I fire) or within 50 feet (Category II fire).


    Fire Permits are broken down into four Categories

    Category I Fire

  • A small controlled fire, such as a cooking fire.
  • Must be contained within a ring of fire resistive material or in a portable fire place and cannot be greater than 2 feet in diameter.
  • Must be 25 feet from a structure

    With approval from the Forest Fire Warden ONLY, a Category I Fire may be kindled at any time of the day weather raining or not.

    Category I permits may be issued as a seasonal permit, but may be suspended if the Forest Fire Warden or Deputy Forest Fire Warden determines fire conditions to be too dangerous.

    In Merrimack Category I Fire Permits are reserved for summer camps and camp grounds

    Specifications for camp or cooking fires Category I

    Category II Fire

    A controlled fire, such as a camp or cooking fire.

  • Must be contained within a ring of fire resistive material or in a protable fire place.
  • Cannot be greater than 4 feet in diameter.
  • Must be at least 50 feet from a structure.
  • A Category II Fire may only be kindled between the hours of 5:00 pm and 9:00 am.

    Category II permits may be issued as a seasonal permit, but may be suspended if the Forest Fire Warden or Deputy Forest Fire Warden determines fire conditions to be too dangerous.

    Specifications for camp or cooking fires Category II

    Category III Permits

  • A controlled fire greater than 4 feet in diameter or
  • A controlled fire not contained within a ring of fire resistive material.
  • Must be 50 feet from a structure
  • A Category III Fire may only be kindled between the hours of 5:00 pm and 9:00 am.
  • Category III permits can be issued formore than one day, but are not typically issued for more than 7 days depending on weather conditions. In Merrimack Category III fire permits may be issued for more than 7 days by the Forest Fire Warden of Deputy Forest Fire Warden ONLY.

    Category IV Fire

  • A controlled fire larger that a Category III Fire
  • May be kindled during the day between the hours of 9:00 am and 5:00 pm even if it is not raining.
  • The permittee must comply with additional special provisions to qualify for a Category IV Permit.

    A Category IV Permit is issued jointly between the State of New Hampshire Forest Ranger and the local Forest Fire Warden.


    Information on the permit requirements and the permits may be obtained at no charge from the Newbury Department or Newbury Forest Fire Warden or Deputy Wardens.

  • Henry Thomas Fire Chief, Newbury Fire Department 344-9381 e-mail: newburyc1@aol.com

  • Dave Smith, Forest Fire Warden 938-5925
  • Mike Croteau, Deputy Forest Fire Warden 763-2679
  • Wayne Whitford, Fire prevention; 748-1583 newburyfire@gmail.com

    For complete information on the State of New Hampshire outside burning requirements, click here for the Department of Forest and Lands website
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    Download the NH Forests & Lands Outside Burning Brochure

    Download the NH DES Open Burning Brochure

    Download the Outdoor Seasonal Permit Information Sheet

    Download the State Fire Marshal's bulleting on Gas Grills


    Fire Alarm Ordinance

    Newbury Fire Alarm Ordinance

    The Town of Newbury Alarm Ordinance requires all homeowners and businesses with fire and security alarms that are transmitted to an alarm company central station central station to obtain an alarm permit from the Town of Newbury. The ordinance also specifies that alarm companies that monitor these alarms be permitted by the town. The permit requires complete contact information including local contacts (key holders) for out of town owners, this information is available to dispatch and the fire department so quick access can be gained to the building by someone who has a key in the event of an alarm. The ordinance also specifies that any property that has more than three false alarms in a 12 month period be assessed a fine. The amount of the fine increases for additional alarms once the minimum has been met. Since the ordinance was implemented several years ago, the number of false alarms that Newbury Fire rescue has responded to has significantly been reduced. The permit application process is easy with an on-line application on this website by clicking “Alarm Application” in the green box this page. The Safety Ordinance page provides complete information on the Newbury Alarm Ordinance. You may also update contact information on the website form. There is no charge for the fire alarm permit.


    Alarm Companies Need Permit to Install and Monitor Fire and Security Alarms in Newbury

    Alarm companies that instll, service and monitor fire and security alarms at residences and businesses in the town of Newbury must have a permit from the Newbury Police and Fire Departments.There is no fee for the permit. The Newbury Alarm ordinance requires the permiting of security and fire alarms monitored by an alarm company central station. Under the ordinance, the company that installes, services or monitors an alarm must apply for an Alarm Company Permit.Under the ordinance, unpermitted alarm companies operating in Newbury are subject to a $100 fine.

    Alarm Companies installing alarm systems must inform their customers of the town requirement for an alarm permit and that they can apply on the Newbury Fire department website. The alarm company must also notify the Newbury Fire Department in writing of the owner's name and address of the new alarm installation. The notification can be by fax (603)763-5379, completing the on-line form, or by email newburyfire@gmail.com


    The Application for a Newbury Alarm Permit is now on line

    There are now two ways to apply for a fire and security alarm permit in Newbury. The permit application can be completed online (click below in the Online Permit Application) and the application will be electronically submitted to the Town of Newbury. You will be contacted when the permit is issued. As in the past, you can still download and print the permit the application in a pdf file and fax to the Newbury Fire Department or drop off at the police department or town office during normal business hours. Please note that if you change alarm companies, a new alarm permit is required. Alarm permits can only be issued for alarm companies that are permitted by the Town of Newbury, applicants should verify that the alarm company has an Alarm Company Permit from the town.

    The on line form can also be used to update your contact information, such as cell and work phone numbers and the names of local contacts that have access to your home if you cannot be reached. If your alarm permit is over two years old, you may need to update your information so that we have the correct phone numbers in an emergency.

    The Town of Newbury Alarm Ordinance requires a permit for all business and residential central station fire and security alarms.

    The Town of Newbury will access fines for central station alarm systems that do not have the alarm permits and for alarm systems that transmit multiple false alarms. Please see a summary of the ordinance on the Ordinance Page

    Click here to fill out a Fire Alarm Permit online

    Click here to download and print the Fire Alarm Permit Application The completed permit applications can be faxed to the Newbury Fire Department at 763-5379


    Fire Prevention and Safety Information

    Backyard Fire Pits

    Permanent and portable fire pits bring fire danger to your home. You can prevent fire or burn injury with these simple steps:

  • Make sure the fire pit is at least three feet away from your house and anything that can burn.

  • Closely watch children when the fire pit is in use.
  • Use a metal screen over wood-burning fires to keep sparks from floating out.
  • Turn off or put out fires before you leave the backyard.
  • Store matches and lighters out of children’s sight and reach.
  • Fire pits require a seasional outside burning permit from the Newbury Forest Fire Warden See outside burning information above
  • Newbury Fire Deparatment Apparatus

    83 Engine 2


    83-Engine 2 is a 1988 FMC Spartan Engine with a 1000 gpm pump and 1000 gallon tank which serves as the supply unit.

    This truck carries 2,000 feet of 3 inch hose and 300 feet of 1 3/4 inch hose. In addition to fire hose, equipment carried on 83M2 includes 6 Self Contained Breathing Apparatus (SCBA), a 24 ft ladder, 14 ft roof ladder, portable fire extinguishers, foam equipment, portable lights and cable, medical equipment and other assorted tools and equipment.


    Newbury Programs

    Assembly/Amusement permits

    One year ago two people were killed when a circus tent collapsed in a windstorm in Lancaster New Hampshire. Since that time the State Fire Marshal’s Office has been focusing on tents used as places of assembly and conducting training for local fire departments on the hazards associated with these temporary structures.

    Fortunately the Town of Newbury has been ahead of the curve in this area as the Newbury Fire Department has been inspecting the tents used for the annual craftsmen’s fair for many years. With the increased enforcement by the State Fire Marshal’s Office, we are now being required to look at some of the smaller events being held on our town and the permits required for tents, places of assembly and the rules for amusement devices such as bounce houses.

    If you are planning on holding an event, even on your own property where a tent is being erected, there will be over 50 attendees or amusement devices are being used please contact the Newbury Fire Department for information on the state regulations, and the permit and inspection requirements.


    Newbury Street Numbering Ordinance

    Please keep in mind that the Town of Newbury Street Numbering Ordinance requires that every home and business in Newbury has a street address posted that is visible from the road. The reason for the ordinance was to assure that emergency responders would be able to locate a property in the event of a medical emergency, fire, or other emergency. This is a good time to take a look at your property from the road to confirm that the number can be seen. If you have difficulty, chances are that emergency responders will not see the address number and be delayed. “Help us to find you so we can help you in an emergency”


    Knox Box

    Newbury Fire & Rescue Department Knox Box Program

    If you own a property in Newbury, are not always available to answer a call for a fire alarm at your property and do not have someone in the area that has a key to provide the Newbury Fire Department with access to your property. please consider installing a Knox Box.

    The Newbury Fire & Rescue Department is part of the “Knox Box” program for emergency building access. A Knox Box is a secure key box containing building keys affixed to the outside of a business or home. If a fire alarm is received or there is a report of other emergency when the building us unoccupied, the fire department utilizes special fire department key, that will open the Knox Box containing the building keys. This eliminates the need to break down doors or windows to enter the building or presume there is no fire when nothing is visible from the outside. The ability to thoroughly inspect a building will enable the responders to locate other problems such as electrical hazards, heating problems and gas and water leaks set off an alarm and could lead to costly other problems if not identified. The Knox Box system is only used to enter a building in the event of a fire department emergency response to an alarm activation or report of an emergency at the location.

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    The fire department key is secured in special Knox Box on the truck that can only be opened by authorized personnel and all openings of the box are electronically recorded. Knox Boxes keyed to the Newbury system are purchased by the building owner from the Knox Box company and are installed in accordance with fire department specifications. Knox Boxes are generally installed at locations with Town of Newbury permitted central station fire alarm systems, where the Newbury Police and Fire Departments have emergency contact information. Building owners or their authorized emergency contacts are notified of every alarm notification and when the Knox Box is used to provide emergency personnel with access to the building. Emergency contact Information provided is kept confidential by the police and fire departments.

    New commercial, multi-family (4+), seasonal residences and gated properties are required to have a Knox Box as part of the building permit process.

    Information on the Knox Box system is available on the company’s website www.knoxbox.com, For residential and small business use the Knox Residential 1650 Series surface mount box is used. Other models are available for larger businesses where multiple access keys may be needed, for new construction and other special requirements. Knox Boxes keted to the Newbury Fire Department system can be ordered on line from the Knox Box company Knoxbox.com or the new Knox Home Box website for residential boxes and the Newbury Fire Department will be notified of your order and install the box when it is received. If you have questions, please contact the department at newburyfire@gmail.com


    Get the NH Alerts App

    NH Alerts is a free service provided by the New Hampshire Department of Safety Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Management. Emergency and community messages are initiated by authorized public safety officials at the State level and severe weather warnings are initiated directly by the National Weather Service.

    The app delivers notifications to subscribers within a specific geographic area. If you are not receiving alerts through this application, you are not currently in an area identified with a potential public safety threat by the New Hampshire Department of Safety Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Management.

    NH Alerts is used by New Hampshire public safety officials to inform and protect State residents and visitors. The NH Alerts app is free and available at the App Store and Google Play. No registration is required. Users are encouraged to enable their GPS services so the app can deliver location-based multimedia alerts to subscribers within a specific geographic area. Users may visit the NH Alerts app settings to select the alerts they would like to receive.

    The app delivers notifications to subscribers within a specific geographic area. If you are not receiving alerts through this application, you are not currently in an area identified with a potential public safety threat by the New Hampshire Department of Safety Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Management.

    Click here to go to the Ready NH.Gov NH Alerts website and to download the app
    Code Red

    The Town of Newbury and five other towns in our area have contracted with the CodeRED reverse emergency notification system, which allows the town to call you in an emergency.

    If you received telephone calls or voicemail messages from Code Red in the past, you are registered in the Code Red system and no additional action is needed. You will automatically receive future Code red messages.

    The current CodeRED database comprises commercially-available phone numbers (such as those provided on credit applications) and numbers added directly by residents of the six communities. To ensure that your phone number (including cell phone) is in the database, go to your Town’s website or click here to access the CodeRED Emergency Notification Network update form

    Required information includes a street address (physical address, no P.O. boxes) for location purposes and at least a primary phone number. Additional phone numbers, email and text addresses may also be entered. Even if you have an unlisted phone number, you can safely register your phone number in the CodeRED database; the information will not be sold nor will it be used for any purpose other than emergency contact from the town.

    If you do not have internet access, please call Patricia McDonald at the Town Office (763-4940 x201) and she will enter the information for you.

    Monthly Features


    Fire Safety Information

    NFPA Vehicle fire safety

    NFPA Propane fire safety

    NFPA fire Extinguishers

    NFPA Hoarding and fire safety

    Rural fire safety

    Older adults

    Make a Disaster Supplies Kit

    Make a family Emergency Plan

    Emergency Preparedness


    Upcoming Events


    The C-5 business meeting is the first Wednesday of each month at 6:30PM in the New London New London Fire department training Room.



    Community Information

     


Newbury Fire Department Resident Emergency Information Form In order to better serve the residents of Newbury in the event of a fire, medical or other emergency, the Newbury Fire Department is in process of updating the street listing information. Please complete the attached form for our emergency response database print and mail to the Newbury Fire Department PO Box 373, Newbury NH 03255. We plan to be able to submit the forms electronically in the near future.