01370901067_thumbWe, the members of Milton Fire-Rescue, strive to protect the lives and properties of residents and visitors in the town of Milton, the surrounding communities, and the state of New Hampshire. We demonstrate a strong commitment to promoting public safety through fire suppression, emergency medical services, pre-fire planning, and public education services. We perform these duties to the best of our abilities and continuously provide opportunities to further our knowledge and expand our skills.

First and foremost, welcome to our web site. We strive to stay current with the information you’ll find here.

A large thank you goes out to the taxpayers and residents of Milton! On Tuesday, March 8th 2016, residents voted to raise the funds necessary to build a new fire-rescue facility.  We couldn’t be more grateful as this exciting process unfolds. This has been a nine year long process and you finally made the much needed project a reality. Again a heartfelt thank you from all of us here!

 

 

An open letter to all first responders from Milton Fire-Rescue

To all of our brothers and sisters, Milton Fire-Rescue stands with all first responders who are serving the public in all capacities, including those sworn to protect and serve our great nation. As tragedies unfold at an unprecedented rate, it becomes very somber to have to continually lower our flag to half mast to honor
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December Newsletter

Milton Fire-Rescue hopes everyone enjoyed their Thanksgiving celebration. Whether it was with family, friends or just yourself, we hope you reflected on what is important to you. As we move into December we would like to remind our followers that we are always willing to answer your call for service. No matter how mundane the
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November Newsletter

October was Fire Prevention Month and Milton Fire-Rescue made a commitment to teach all the children in grades K-5. With the theme of this year’s NFPA Fire Prevention initiative being “Hear the Beep where you Sleep”, hopefully all of your homes are equipped with working smoke alarms in areas of the home where people sleep.
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Everything You Need to Know About Chimney Fires

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What Makes a Chimney Fire? Snuggling up to a wood stove or pellet stove at this time of year is so comforting until you start to worry about having a chimney fire. So how can they be prevented? First of all, chimney fires are very preventable because a clean chimney does not catch on fire.
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Fire prevention tips for the holiday season

Fire safety statistics for the holiday season. During 2007-2011 NFPA found that fire departments in the U.S responded to an average of 230 structure fires with Christmas trees. According to NFPA It was found that these fires caused 6 deaths, 22 injuries and 18.3 million in property damage. 1 of every 40 reported home fires
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Milton Fire and Police to take on Nute High School Volleyball Team!

 Come see Milton Fire, and Milton Police take on the the Nute Volleyball team! Friday September 5th at 7pm. $3/Student and $5/Adult. There will also be a 50/50 Raffle!

Milton Recieves Grant for Townwide Communication System

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The Town of Milton is finishing up the completion of a new town wide radio communication system.  The Fire Department applied for a New Hampshire Homeland Security and Emergency Management Grant in the spring of 2013. By mid summer the town was notified they would be awarded the grant money.  Over the next few months
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Update: Just Six Days After Taking First Donation; First of Many Promising Donations Dropped Off at Food Pantry!

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Just six days after taking the first donation, Milton Fire dropped off the first of many promising donations to the Milton Food Pantry on Tuesday, October 8th.  With the generous help of Milton residents, caring people passing through town, the members of the Milton Fire Rescue Department and members of the Milton Public Safety Association
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Milton Fire responds to a reported building fire.

Around 2036 on 10/5/2013 Milton Fire was toned for a reported buidling fire at 49 Elm St. An automatic 1st alarm was started by dispatch. At 2041 Engine 6 arrived on scene reporting nothing showing.On further investigation it was determined that there had been a chimney fire that had extended into the residence. Command canceled
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Milton Fire-Rescue along with the Milton Public Safety Association is Sponsoring a Food Drive for Milton Food Pantry

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Milton Fire-Rescue along with the Milton Public Safety Association is sponsoring a food drive to help stock the Milton Food Pantry. With the sagging economy, it has come to the attention of department members that there is a significant need to help fill the shelves this fall. If Milton residents would like to participate with
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