All are welcome to our annual New Gloucester Fire & Rescue hunter’s breakfast!
This Saturday, Oct. 27th at 5:30 AM – 9:30 AM
All you can eat!
Kids 5 and under $2
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We hope this information provided will help you, if more info is needed please call us here at the station with any questions, tips or concerns.
Non emergency: 207-926-4962
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FIRE WEATHER / FIRE DANGER site has been upgraded, please visit their site for everything you need to know for a safe burning season this year.
The color coded fire danger map is here >>
Towns listed alphabetically with “new zone numbers.” New Gloucester used to be zone 1 & 3, we are now “zone 9”
On days when burning will be allowed permits MUST be issued either by obtaining one directly from the New Gloucester Fire Rescue or online for your connivence at
Recent wildfire training conducted by New Gloucester Fire Fighters.
Recently the New Gloucester Fire Rescue visited with area MSAD 15 elementary schools, educating them about fire safety & ways for them to protect themselves in the event of a fire. This community outreach program takes place every year during or near National Fire safety week. Please visit the MSAD 15 website for pictures!
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NEW GLOUCESTER FIRE RESCUE invite everyone for our annual HUNTER’S Breakfast! Saturday, October 28th
All you can eat delicious hot cooked breakfast, beginning at 5 am for all you hungry hunters!
If you are not a hunter no problem! Please bring your family, neighbors & friends to our once a year home cooked breakfast!
Menu: Eggs, Pancakes, Sausage, Bisquits & Beans, OJ, Milk, Coffee, Water.
(Get there early & we’ll have a few special items on the menu, served until they’re gone! Mmmmm…cinnamon rolls!)
$7.00 ages 5 & up
Free ages under 4
Great price for all you can eat!!
Your support for this annual fundraiser will help us purchase life saving equipment!
Please join us the New Gloucester Fire Rescue for our annual chicken BBQ!
Saturday, September 23, 2017
276 Gloucester Hill Road
Thank you to Thompson’s Orchard for teaming up with us again. We’ll be set up with the hot coals burning as the amazing BBQ aroma wafts through the apple orchard while you, your friends & families are having a fun day of picking apples. Plan on a delicious hot meal with all the fixin’s when you’re done.
Your support will help us buy life saving gear & equipment & we truly appreciate “YOU” our community!
Bring the family , friends it is sure to be a great day!
Serving noon until the chicken is gone, ( hint) it sells fast!
$8.00 ages 12 & up
$4.00 ages 4-11
See you on Sat. Sept 23 @ 12 noon!
The New Gloucester Fire Rescue was dispatched to a woods fire that was spreading to a garage at approximately 5:30pm on Friday May 27, 2016. Fire officials first on scene reported heavy fire from the rear of the 25′ x 60′ structure. The structure contained an oversized 2 car garage with a partially finished second floor used as an office. It took fire fighters over two hours to contain all the flames. The fire was difficult to extinguish due to the access of water and a partially collapsed metal roof. The collapsed roof contained some of the fire until fire fighters could make access. Fire Fighters used foam to help suppress the hot spots and also used over 25,000 gallons of water. The New Gloucester Fire & Rescue responded with 14 Fire & EMS. New Gloucester was assisted by Poland Fire Rescue Department, Gray Fire Rescue, Pownal Fire & Rescue Departmentre , @Durham Fire & Rescue, and North Yarmouth Fire Rescue. The cause of fire will remain as unknown. No one was hurt on the emergency scene. The building was a complete loss and it is estimated at a value of $150,000.
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Homeowners Escape Blaze
New Gloucester, Maine – On Friday April 1, 2016 at 6pm, the New Gloucester Fire & Rescue was dispatched to 454 Morse Road for a reported garage fire. The emergency call was placed by neighbors and passer-byes. Upon New Gloucester’s arrival, the fire had spread from the two car garage to the Cape style home. Fire Crews had the bulk of the heavey fire knocked down within 30 minutes of arrival. The fire had consumed the garage upon arrival and had entered the home’s first and second floors. Approximately 15,000 gallons of water was used to extinguish the fire along with 25 gallons of fire suppressing foam. The water was trucked in from the Pineland Campus’ fire hydrant system. New Gloucester was assisted by Gray, Windham, Auburn, Poland, Durham, North Yarmouth and Pineland Security. The home, garage and contents are a complete loss with an approximate value of $450,000.
“The homeowners were credited with closing the door that separated the garage and home, and evacuating as soon as they knew the garage was on fire,” stated Captain Scott Doyle with New Gloucester Fire & Rescue. “People are encouraged to close doors as they exit a burning building, as long as life safety is not at risk, this can prevent further damages and contain the fire,” added Captain Doyle.
No one was injured during the incident. There were no pets in the home.
Days are numbered for ice fishing, as the warm temps keep visiting the region this winter. February at the Outlet, on Sabbathday Lake.
Vicki Lund Photography© 2016
Press Release for Immediate Release
Serious Crash Injured One
New Gloucester, Maine – On Wednesday February 17, 2016 at 7:51PM the New Gloucester Fire and Rescue Department was dispatched to a motor vehicle accident at 1156 Lewiston Road (100/202). Fire & EMS personnel first on scene reported one vehicle with an occupant trapped with heavy damage to the vehicle. New Gloucester personnel closed Route 100/202. The vehicle in the crash was a 4 door sedan. Fire & EMS crews assessed the scene and patient, developing a plan of extrication. Due to the heavy damage to the vehicle and positioning of the occupant, the extrication of the patient took over an hour. Over a dozen of New Gloucester’s Fire & EMS members worked the scene. LifeFlight of Maine was requested to the scene due to the anticipated length of time for the extrication and the patient’s possible injuries.
“The Fire & EMS crews found the extrication very challenging due to the extent of the damage to the vehicle and injuries to the patient and positioning,” replied New Gloucester Captain Scott Doyle.” “Patient extrications require a true, methodical process in order to accomplish a safe and successful removal of a patient. Every action has a reaction when cutting vehicles,” added Captain Doyle.
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Saturday… October 31st, Halloween morning!
All You Can Eat Hunters Breakfast, All are WELCOME. Bring the family!
Check out this video from our very own “Chummy & Dear” for all the details! https://www.facebook.com/newgloucesterfirerescue/videos/vb.144916162307427/733364593462578/?type=2&theater
Cost $7 Ages 5+ Breakfast will include: Eggs, Pancakes, Home Fries, Biscuits, Beans, & Beverages.
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