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Saco Fire Department Open House

The Saco Fire Department will hold its annual open house on Saturday, April 9 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Come and join us at the Central Fire Station, 271 North Street, for tours, live demonstrations, prizes and activities.

Fire Department acquires new pumper
The Saco Fire Department recently took delivery of its new Engine 5, a 2016 Ferrara MVP (Multi-Vocational Pumper), built on a Cinder custom chassis with an Extruded Aluminum Body

Saco Resident Thanks Rescue Workers Who Saved His Life
Saco resident Tom Roughan had the opportunity recently to thank the police dispatcher, officers, firefighters and emergency medical technicians who helped to save his life last winter.

Firefighter David Peters recognized for 25 years of service
A former Westbrook firefighter, David is currently assigned at the Driver/Operator of Ladder-1 on D Shift.

Saco FD to get new cold water rescue suits
A $1,131 grant from the Maine Municipal Association will pay 2/3 the cost of the equipment, which replace a pair of well worn and leaking suits.

Saco Fire Fighter EMT Brad Chicoine recognized by regional EMS group for his outstanding efforts! 

Chicoine's participation, manner and professionalism is recognized by the Southern Maine Emergency Medical Services Council.

The following personnel have been appointed or promoted to these positions.

Raynald Legendre named Call Division Chief
Legendre will fill the position left by retiring District Chief Mark Willett

Marc Martin earns paramedicine degree
Marc Martin, a member of the Saco Fire Department, has earned an Associate degree in Applied Science in the area of Paramedicine from Southern Maine Community College.

Camp Ellis Fire Station bell returns home
The long saga of the Camp Ellis Fire Station bell was resolved recently with the unveiling of its new enclosure outside the Camp Ellis Fire Station.

Brad Chicoine appointed as Emergency Medical Services Coordinator
Chicoine, who has seven years of experience with the Saco Fire Department, will replace Clif Whitten as Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Coordinator July 1.