Fire & Rescue Department


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Chebeague Island Fire/Rescue is an all volunteer service, staffing three engine companies (Engine 4, Engine 8 & Engine 9), a water tanker (Tank 1) and a paramedic level ambulance (Rescue 2).

We are all members of the community: lobstermen, school teachers, career fire & rescue personnel, retirees, executives, and just about every walk of life in between!  What is missing?  You!  

Most of our members started not having much (or any!) experience and wondered if they could do the job - and found a way to give back to their community by volunteering and helping those in need.  

Do you have what it takes?  Find out!  Come talk with us, attend a training, and give it a try! If interested in joining either Fire or Rescue please stop in, visit the town office, or email us at

Fire & Rescue Chief - Ralph Munroe, AEMT

Fire & Rescue Administrator - Beth Putnam 

We have a variety of information available, please search about and visit often to see our web updates!

SAFETY FIRST - a variety of documents and information regarding fireworks safety, generator safety, smoke detectors and other important information.

Burn Permits - If you need to obtain a burn permit, or want to find out how to obtain one.

How do I get to a hospital? - Being an island community, we have a few more steps involved, but can safely and quickly get you to the hospital.  Here's how, as well as driving directions to local hospitals.

Organizational Chart - The leadership of Chebeague Fire & Rescue.

Apparatus Photos - The current apparatus for Chebeague Island.

General Photos - Trainings, events and other pictures.