MELROSE FIRE DEPARTMENT

MELROSE FIRE DEPARTMENT

OUR MISSION

SAFETY - PROFESSIONALISM - KINDNESS

INFORMATION ON COVID-19

Cases of COVID-19 are on the rise. We encourage the community to stay safe and remain considerate of loved ones, friends, and neighbors as we all work together to end the spread of this pandemic.

Click here to be taken to the CDC’s public health and safety guidelines.

Stay up to date on the latest COVID-19 data using Johns Hopkins University’s online Coronavirus Resource Center.

HAVE AN EMERGENCY?

Dial 911 to report an emergency.

DONATE

We are proud to serve our community, and rely on donations from people like you to continue our work. If you are interested in donating to the department, you can set up a one-time or recurring donation by clicking on the button below. A PayPal account is not required.

LATEST NEWS

THE LATEST NEWS & UPDATES FROM STA. 24

MEET THE CHIEF

For the past 4 years, Kevin Mobley has served as the Fire Chief for Station 24. Learn more about Melrose Fire Department's Chief. Read More "MEET THE CHIEF"

GET TO KNOW MFRD

Learn more about Station 24, its apparatus, and the types of training personnel receive. Read More "GET TO KNOW MFRD"

WELCOME

Welcome to 2021 and the new Melrose Fire Rescue Department website. Read More "WELCOME"

What Our Community Is Saying

About MFRD

About MFRD

The Melrose Fire Department was founded in 1948 by a group of concerned citizens in the community. Melrose is now a combination department with two paid Firefighter/EMT’s on duty 24/7, augmented by a group of dedicated Volunteer Firefighters. This combination system is functioning quite well. MFRD operates two Engines, a Squad, a Tanker, a Brush truck, an Air & Light Utility truck, a Marine unit for water rescue, and a Chief’s Vehicle. Learn more about Station 24 here.