North Branford Fire Department
"Ready to respond to your call"
car with a
flashing blue light is a firefighter or EMS technician
responding to an emergency. Please pull
to the side of the road quickly and safely and allow the vehicle to
pass. Remember, we could be responding to someone you love.
Thanks for your cooperation.
William H. Seward III, Fire Chief
For information regarding the NBFD, please e-mail the Fire Chief at
We operate on 151.190MHz
On this page you will find information and links to:
NBFD Informational Flyer 2013-14 Budget
for the Town's CERT Team
1531 Foxon Road, North Branford, CT
1370 Middletown Avenue, Northford, CT 06472
1958 Middletown Avenue, Northford, CT 06472
1351 Middletown Avenue, Northford, CT 06472
Please remember to test your smoke detectors!
Click Here For PowerPoint Presentation on Smoke Detectors
(You will need to use the "page down" key to advance the screens)
Is Your House Properly Numbered? Please consider placing 3" reflective numbers on your mailbox. Every second in the time of an emergency is crucial. We don't want to waste those precious moments trying to locate your residence!
NBFD Participates in the 2012 State Firemen's Convention Parade in North Haven 9/16/12
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Current members of the Board of Fire Commissioners are:
Joseph Civitello (chairperson), Angelo Tosi (vice-chairperson),
Anthony DellaCamera, Dan Munro and Ed Prunier. Board clerk is Diane B.
North Branford launches Paramedic service
Fire Commission Chairman Joseph Civitello cuts the ribbon to kick-off the North Branford Fire Department's upgrade to Paramedic level service on Saturday March 26, 2011 as members of the fire department (to the left) and members of the Town Council (to the right) look on. Congratulations to Chief William Seward and the entire NBFD on this momentous day!
Congresswoman Rosa DeLauro Announces $500,000 Grant to Provide for Simulcast Dispatch System
Pictured are (L-R) Chief William H. Seward III, Company 4 Captain Laura L. Burich, Company 2 Captain Kenneth W. Neubig, Congresswoman Rosa DeLauro, Deputy Chief of Training Robert W. Colangelo, Deputy Chief Anthony P. Esposito Jr. and Deputy Fire Marshal John J. O'Brien
On March 23, 2009, Congresswoman Rosa DeLauro visited the North Branford Police Department to announce the receipt of a $500,000 grant from the federal government to allow for the construction of a simulcast dispatch system. This is necessitated by the topography of the town and the fact that many "dead" spots exist under our current single-transmitter system. The new system will accommodate Police, Fire and Public Works radio communications.
We Are Very Proud of Our Members' Accomplishments
- 2010 Emergency Medical Responder Class -
Ten members of the North Branford Fire Department recently completed Emergency Medical Responder training. They were recognized at the January 6, 2010 Board of Fire Commissioners Meeting. Pictured above with Fire Chief William Seward are (standing L-R) Charles Miller Jr., Alexander Shamp, Kyle Conklin, Keith Derbacher and Chief Seward. Kneeling (L-R) Jared Neubig, Anthony Troiano, Shane Duhamel and Nick Vorio. Missing from the photo are Jason Lyman and Dieter Scheller.
Knights of Columbus Present Stuffed Animals to NBFD
At the January 6, 2011 Board of Fire Commissioners Meeting, members of the Totoket Council #6801 of the Knights of Columbus presented stuffed animals that they collected through their project SAFE which stands for Stuffed Animals For Emergencies. These animals will be distributed to young children who are involved in automobile accidents or other situations where the stuffed animal can act as a device to distract and comfort them. Pictured above are (L-R) Fire Chief William Seward, Knights Kyle Habiniak, Geoff DeMatteo and Richard Wethly and Ambulance Company Captain Laura Burich.
The North Branford Fire Department has completed sixty-seven
years of dedicated service to the Town of North Branford, a department comprised of all-volunteer personnel. During fiscal year
North Branford Fire Department continued its focus on emergency medical services, life safety, fire suppression and personal safety. The four companies responded to
over 1,700 calls during the
fiscal year. The North Branford Fire Department is constantly training its members in order to keep up with new changes in building construction,
HazMat, fire suppression and medical training.
This requires many hours of our volunteers' personal time in order to maintain their skills.
During fiscal year 2003-04, staffing of the primary ambulance was outsourced to
Vintech Management Services. Volunteers still pull roughly 20% of the
shifts and are compensated on a pay-per-call program which the Board of Fire
Commissioners approved in the fall of 2003.
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