New London Fire Department

The New London Fire Department is a combination department employing a full time Fire Chief, a Career Lieutenant and 43 Call Members.

NLFD Recent Announcements

  • Andover Dorm Fire On Saturday, June 25th the New London Fire Department was requested to assist with a dormitory fire owned by Proctor Academy located at 22 Lawrence Street.  The Andover Chief requested 3 alarms, bring in apparatus and personnel from Wilmot, Sutton, Franklin, Tilton-Northfield, Belmont, Salisbury, Boswen, Sanbornton, Hill, Danbury and Bristol. Not only did firefighters battle the heavy fire conditions on arrival, but warm temperatures took a toll as well, hence the number of towns needed.   Above, Lt. Geoff Daley and FF Gary Faccone head up the ladder to vent the roof, as multiple hand lines were utilized to extinguish the fire.  
    Posted Jun 29, 2016, 11:28 AM by Jason Lyon
  • Flying Goose fire - Close Call 5/27/2016 The New London Fire responded to a report of fully involved building fire at #40 Andover Road, The Flying Goose Pub.  Upon arrival, they found a fire advancing up the exterior of the restaurant, that was quickly extinguished. This fire was ignited by improperly disposed of smoking material, which started in the bark mulch.  This highlights the importance of not discarding cigarettes in bark mulch, as this is the 6th incident in the last few weeks. 
    Posted Jun 29, 2016, 11:29 AM by Jason Lyon
  • Fire Prevention Month is here! Every bedroom needs a working smoke alarm. If you didn’t know that, you’re not alone. An online questionnaire distributed by the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) showed that less than half (42 percent) of approximately 36,000 respondents did not know that a smoke alarm should be installed in each bedroom of the home.In an effort to better educate the public about this “sleepy” smoke alarm requirement, NFPA – the official sponsor of Fire Prevention Week for more than 90 years – today announced “Hear the Beep Where You Sleep: Every Bedroom Needs a Working Smoke Alarm” as the theme for this year’s Fire Prevention Week campaign, October 4-10, 2015. NFPA 72, National Fire Alarm Code®, requires ...
    Posted Oct 12, 2015, 10:44 AM by Jason Lyon
  • 2 Alarm fire on Stoneybrook Rd April 8, 2015, at 1:12pm, the New London Fire Department was dispatched to a garage fire on Stoney Brook Road. Upon arrival, heavy fire was found in the attached garage and extending into the house. Two hand lines were stretched and knocked down the majority of the fire in the garage and first floor. Crews moved to the second floor of the house while attempting to locate the fire that was spreading through a crawl space and the attic. While attacking the fire on the second floor a smoke explosion (back-draft) occurred causing the ceiling to collapse on four firefighters. None of the firefighters were injured and the rest of the fire was knocked down saving the ...
    Posted Apr 15, 2015, 1:41 PM by Jason Lyon
  • 2014 Toys for Tots           Its that time of year again, the New London Fire Department will be collecting new, unwrapped toys, for Toys for Tots. The collection hours at the fire station will start Sunday, December 7th and go until Saturday, December 13th, between the hours of 8am and 6pm. Additional drop off sites will be located at the following:                      - 237 Main St, New London Fire Department                      - 253 Main St, Morgan Hill Bookstore                      - 347 Main St, Colby Real Estate                      - 247 Newport Rd, Colonial Pharmacy                       - 259 Newport Rd, Mascoma Savings Bank         Suz Burmann is the Best....
    Posted Dec 1, 2014, 6:03 AM by Jason Lyon
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  • Today's Fire Danger Level

    4/20/2020

    BURN PERMITS ARE NOW REQUIRED

    With the lack of snow, burn permits are now required. In an effort to better serve the residents of New London, we will be transitioning to on-line burn permits only. With an increasing volume of calls at the New London Dispatch Center, located at 25 Seamans Road, they will no longer be issuing permits at that location. 

    You can acquire a permit at the Division of Forest & Lands web site, which is https://nhdflweb.sovsportsnet.net/ 

    However, please call NL Dispatch to notify them at 526-2627, to let them know that you’ll be burning.

    For those with seasonal permits, please email your request for renewal to nlfd@tds.net and we will mail your updated permits within two days (48 hours).

    Please provide:
    First and last name
    Address
    Type of permit (same as last year – seasonal or brush)
    Phone number where you can be reached
    Email address

    With a lack of snow, and before vegetation greens up, we caution those who are wanting to burn, and therefore we will limit the days that one can kindle a fire this time of year.

    If you have any questions, please call (603) 526-6073 and thanks for understanding.

    Thanks for your assistance, Fire Chief Jay Lyon

     
    Posted Apr 22, 2020, 3:51 PM by Jason Lyon
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