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 4×4 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 4×4 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.
|Gary Foss||Fire & Rescue Chief||(207) 458-1074|
|Ed Pearl, Jr.||Fire Assistant Chief & EMA Director||(207) 314-6192|
Rome Fire/Rescue Committee
|Ed Pearl, Jr.||Member|