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9 Mill Hill Road
P.O. Box 1660
Bethel, ME 04217
Oxford County Dispatch
Emergency Telephone:
Station Phone Number:
On Call

Fire Department Station Meetings are Thursday Evenings 6:00PM - 9:00PM

Home/Business Inspections:
Call for an appiontment: 207 824 2665,
leave a message or,
cell 207 749 1915
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Michael A. Jodrey
James Young
Assistant Chief
Shannon Sumner
Jeff Angevine
1st Lieutenant
Andrew Whitney
2nd Lieutenant
Thomas Gibbs
Dr. Donald Christie
Medical Officer
Robert Lowell
Fire Permits
Mission Statement
Saving lives and property with pride and integrity

Coverage Area: Primary Response for Bethel, Albany and Mason Township.
Automatic Mutual Aid with Gilead, Greenwood and Newry as well as Mutual Aid with
Andover, Rumford and Woodstock.

Number of Fire Fighters: Up to thirty six paid call.

Qualifications: Trained to a minimum of Fire Fighter One, Haz Mat Ops, Swift and Flat Water Rescue, Ice Rescue, Heavy Rescue, Confined Space and Vehicle Extrication. Several EMT’s

Calls Per Year: 120 average and climbing.

Station: New 13000 sq. ft. built in 2004, Five 70 ft. bays, Training Room, Kitchen, Chiefs Office, Dispatch Office, Locker Room, Laundry Room, SCBA Room, Sleeping Quarters, Doctors Office, Day Room, Electrical Room, two Handicapped Restrooms and Full Fitness Facility.

Bunker Gear: Globe G-Xtreme with Warrington 5000 boots and Pheonix Leather Helmets.

ISO Rating: 6/9


There shall be a Fire Department, headed by the Fire Chief. Selection of the Chief and other officers of the Department shall be governed by standard operating procedures approved by the Selectmen.  

The Department shall assume statutory responsibilities associated with fire protection and civil emergency management. In addition, the Department shall represent the Town in dealings with the State Fire Marshal's Office and other state and federal agencies in matters of fire protection.  

The Department shall be responsible for the administration of ordinances and local regulations which are related to fire protection and the public health, safety and welfare.  

The Department shall operate in accordance with standard operating procedures approved by the Selectmen.  

The Department shall be authorized to support other fire protection agencies and enter into mutual aid agreements, subject to approval by the Selectmen.  

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