Fire Department

The Fire Department is responsible for the protection of lives and property from disasters both man made and natural. They accomplish this through fire prevention, education, and suppression. Additional responsibilities include the town’s basic life support ambulance and emergency management. The Fire Chief is also responsible for emergency management planning.

Including the Fire Chief, the department is supported by 30 permanent and five call firefighters. The Fire Department operates with seven officers and firefighters assigned to each of four work groups operating out of two stations: five on duty at the Central Fire Station in Weston Center and two at the South Avenue station.

The department responds to approximately 2,500 calls for service annually, of which 1,000 are ambulance related.

Department Highlights

Adopt a Fire Hydrant - NEW Safety Initiative

When fire hydrants are cleared out after a snow fall, it can save first-responders invaluable time in potentially life-saving emergencies. Now, residents can help by adopting a hydrant in which they will be responsible for clearing after a snow fall. Read more...

Home Safety Checks

Weston Fire Department, in partnership with the Council on Aging, is offering home safety checks for older residents. Read more...

Lock Box Program

The Department has made special arrangements with the Knox Company and Kidde for the purchase of metal “residential lock boxes” that have high security access available only to the Weston Fire Department. These boxes can be purchased and the Fire Department will install them free of charge. Please call the station at 781-786-6101 for these box prices. Read more...

Open Burning 2020

Open burning (e.g. burning leaves/brush) is allowed from January 15th to May 1st of each year; however, a burning permit issued by the Weston Fire Department is required for the burning season. This can be applied for by using our online application form. If you or a neighbor has limited access to the internet, permits can be obtained at Fire HQ in the Town Center. After a permit is issued, holders are required to call the day of planned burning to see if conditions are safe. Read more...

Smoke Detector Inspections

If you are selling your home,  you will need a certificate of compliance that shows your smoke and carbon monoxide alarms meet the requirements for a sale or transfer. Please read up on Preparing Your Home for Smoke & CO Alarm Inspections and call to schedule an inspection. Also note revised smoke alarm regulations went into effect in 2016, which apply to one- and two-family residences built before 1975. Read more...

WestonAlerts - Emergency Notification

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