Town of Rome, Maine

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Rome Fire, Rescue & Emergency Management

In case of emergency, dial 911

Fire Chief: Gary Foss

Fire Assistant Chief: Ed Pearl, Jr.


Rescue Chief: Gary Foss


EMA Director: Ed Pearl, Jr.



FIRE DEPARTMENT MEETING

2nd Monday of every month

(except July and August)


RESCUE MEETING

3rd Monday of every month

(except July and August)



Contact the Chiefs:

Gary Foss: (207) 458-1074

Ed Pearl, Jr: (207) 314-6192




Warden's Report :: Free online burn permits

Rome Fire is offering a new service, Warden's Report.

Visit the website to get your permit.

Permits available when weather permits the issuance of burn permits.

The Rome Fire, Rescue, and Emergency Management Departments protect 1,038 dwellings, 31.72 square miles of land, 6.31 square miles of water, approximately $317.6 million in real estate, and over 1,000 year-round residents. The town's population nearly triples through the summer months.


The departments currently have a total of seven pieces of vehicle equipment: a 2014 Kenworth Toyne 1,200 gallon per minute pumper; a 2014 Dodge one-ton 4x4 utility/back-up rescue truck; a 2004 GMC E-One 1,200 gallon pumper truck; a Ford one-ton Rescue truck; a 1992 2,500 gallon tank truck; a two-up 4x4 all-terrain vehicle (ATV); and an Arctic Cat snowmobile.


The Rescue squad currently has nine active members. The Rome Fire Department currently has 14 active members serving.

If you are interested in joining the Fire or Rescue departments, please do not hesitate to contact the officers. Both departments are always accepting applications. The applications will be available here on the site soon!

Please make sure your house numbers are visible from both directions of traffic. To ensure your safety, also, please make sure your heating system in checked annually by a professional.





Rome Fire & Rescue

10 Mercer Rd.

Rome, ME  04963