Fire & Rescue

-For Emergencies or calls for service, please dial 911 to talk to our dispatch center as crews may already be out on emergency calls or other department activities.

-For the majority of inquiries, please call our general Fire Rescue number 207-985-2102, ext. 1354. On Duty Shift Captains can help with many of the day-to-day questions you may have 207-985-2102, ext. 1355. The Captain's Cell phone is 207-360-1909 and there is a supervisor on duty 24/7 365.

-For Administrative Assistance please contact Lynne Meadows @ 207-985-2102, ext. 1373 or Dawn Jewett @ 207-985-2102, ext. 1358.

Kennebunk Fire Rescue is a combination department with increasing full-time staffing and serves the community with four stations, including Central Station, Washington Hose Company, west Kennebunk, and Blueberry Plains.  The combination of staffing includes full-time staffing, per diem staffing, and call force staffing.  Command staff collaborate with the recently established IAFF local union to ensure the growth and development of the department


The men and women of Kennebunk Fire Rescue, a combination department, are committed to:

  • Providing fire prevention
  • Community education
  • Fire suppression
  • Emergency medical care
  • Natural and man-made disaster response to our community and its visitors through quality improvement
  • State-of-the-art equipment
  • Proactive strategic planning
  • Sound resource management


The members of Kennebunk Fire Rescue embrace the following organizational values that serve to guide our conduct as we strive to meet our department mission.

To Our Customers

We owe our customers the highest quality of service possible, characterized by integrity and professionalism. We will continually strive for quality improvement.

To Our Fire Rescue Department

We owe the Kennebunk Fire Rescue Department our full commitment and dedication. We will always look beyond the traditional scope of our individual positions to promote teamwork and organizational effectiveness.

To Each Other

We owe each other a working environment characterized by trust, honesty, and respect. We will demonstrate this in all of our daily activities and communications.

To Ourselves

We owe ourselves personal and professional growth. We will seek new knowledge and greater challenges, and strive to remain at the leading edge of our profession. Kennebunk Fire Rescue provides protection to a population of 10,500 over the 35 square miles composing Kennebunk as well as mutual aid to the towns of Wells, Kennebunkport, Arundel, and Goodwins Mills.

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