Merdith Fire Department
Friday, June 23, 2017
Fire Danger Today:


3rd Alarm Structure Fire in Laconia
May 31, 2017

Meredith companies assisted Laconia at a third alarm structure fire in Laconia early today. Laconia companies were alerted at 4:05 hours for a building fire at 15 Orange Court. Laconia companies arrived to heavy fire pushing from the first floor of a 3 story apartment building and immediately called for a 2nd alarm. The 2nd alarm was transmitted at 4:11 which brought 14 Engine 1 to the scene and 14 Tower 1 to cover the Laconia Central station. The 3rd alarm was struck at 4:51 bringing 14 Tower 1 to the scene. Meredith crews assisted with fire suppression and overhaul before being released from the scene at 7:38.

Meredith Companies on scene: 14 Engine 1, 14 Tower 1


2nd Alarm Structure Fire in Bristol
May 28, 2017

14 Engine 4 responded to 815 Peaked Hill Road in Bristol as part of a 2nd alarm assignment for a structure fire. Meredith personnel were originally notified at 17:04 to provide a cover truck for the Bristol Fire Station as part of a 1st alarm assignment. While en route, 14 Engine 4 was diverted to the scene when the incident was upgraded to the 2nd alarm. 14 Engine 4's crew assisted with fire suppression. 14 Engine 4 assisted with water supply. Meredith companies were in service at 20:09

Meredith Companies on scene: 14 Engine 4


Fire Permits Required

As of April 10, 2017, a written fire permit must be obtained for any open burning without adequate snow cover anywhere in the Town of Meredith. Snow cover must be present for a 100 foot radius around the area you intend to burn in. Permits can be obtained at the following locations during normal business hours:

  • Meredith Fire Department - 286 Daniel Webster Highway
  • Meredith Town Offices - 41 Main Street
  • Y-Landing Marine Services - 108 Powers Road

    Permits can also be obtained online.

Go to the Fire Permit page for more information.


Mutual Aid to Gilford
April 2, 2017

Meredith's 14 Tanker 5 was requested to 9 Sargent place Gilford as part of a 1st alarm assignment for a structure fire. Gilford companies were initially alerted for a building fire and while en route, observed a column of smoke and requested the 1st alarm. 14 Tanker 5's crew provided manpower for overhaul. Meredith companies were in service at 19:32

Meredith Companies on scene: 14 Tanker 5


Meredith Assists Waterville Valley With Second Alarm Structure Fire
February 9, 2017

Meredith personnel were alerted at 18:41 to respond to a second alarm structure fire at 36 River Road in Waterville Valley. Waterville Valley companies arrived at a large, 2 ½ story, single family dwelling with heavy fire throughout the building. Meredith personnel assisted with fire suppression and overhaul. In addition to Meredith, fire departments from Campton-Thornton, Plymouth, Rumney, Holderness, Ashland, Hebron, Center Harbor, New Hampton, and Lin-Wood Ambulance assisted at the scene. Meredith companies were placed in service at 22:08

Meredith Companies on scene: 14 Engine 1


Second Alarm Structure Fire in Moultonborough
January 6, 2017

Meredith companies were called at 2:05 to a second alarm structure fire at 279 Ossipee Mountain Road in Moultonborough. The first arriving Moultonborough officer reported a large, 2 story dwelling with heavy fire in the rear of the building. He immediately called for a second alarm. Meredith personnel assisted with fire suppression and water supply. Meredith companies were placed in service at 06:54

Meredith Companies on scene: 14 Engine 1, 14 Engine 4



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2017 Monthly Runs
January
35
February
34
March
30
April
29
May
34
June
-
July
-
August
-
September
-
October
-
November
-
December
-
Total
162
Updated
6/1/17
Run Totals
2016 467
2015 414
2014 389
2013 445
2012 395
2011 384
2010 339
2009 322
2008 392

Meredith Fire Department 286 Daniel Webster Highway, Meredith, NH 03253 (603) 279-6061
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