Fire Non-Emergency

Free fire inspections and educational programs are available from some local Fire Departments. Call your local Fire Department and inquire about non-emergency services.


Bangor City Fire Department

Address: 289 Main Street

Phone: (207) 992-4700


Additional Bangor Fire Departments

Address: 11 Griffin Road, 168 Hogan Road

Phone: (207) 992-4690, (207) 992-4680


Bradley Fire Department

Address: Main Street, Bradley

Phone: (207) 827-9273


Services: Runs a Junior Fire Fighting Program for 15 to 18 year olds; contact if you are in need of a smoke detector or burning permit.


Brewer Fire Department

Address: 151 Parkway South, Brewer

Phone: (207) 989-7002

Services: Free inspections of chimneys and pellet stoves and assistance with smoke and carbon monoxide detectors. The fire department also provides information about the Knox Box Rapid Entry System Box (a locked box located near the home entry, allowing fire and rescue personnel access to the home to reduce response time in care of fire or other emergency).


Glenburn Fire Department

Address: 144 Lakeview Road

Phone: (207) 942-6118

Services: Glenburn Fire Department is a volunteer department with two Fire Stations in town; neither is staffed.


Hermon Fire Department

Address: 327 Billings Road

Phone: (207) 848-5986


Holden Fire Department

Address: 560 Main Road

Phone: (207) 843-6737


Old Town Fire Department

Address: 150 Brunswick

Phone: (207) 827-3400


Orono Fire Department

Address: 59 Main Street, Orono

Phone: (207) 866-4000

Services: A full time fire marshal works to inspect businesses and homes throughout the community and ensure that they meet safety standards. This can include simple inspections of chimneys or complex evaluations of fire suppression systems. All businesses and multifamily housing projects are inspected regularly. In addition, large gatherings are checked to make sure that everyone in attendance will be safe and enjoy their event. Whenever a community member has questions about fire codes, the fire marshal is available to help.

Firefighters teach fire and injury prevention monthly at Asa Adams School. Using established curricula, each lesson focuses on different learning objectives. Lessons vary, based on student age and include topics such as how to call 911, practicing escape routes from your house, wearing bicycle helmets, and learning to stop, drop, and roll. Classes are also held throughout the community on CPR and fire prevention for senior citizens. Additional classes teach how to use a fire extinguisher; these are available to businesses and groups. Blood pressure clinics are held twice a month at senior citizen housing to identify individuals with high blood pressure before they need an ambulance. Additionally, multiple classes are held to teach college students about fire risk factors and how to prevent fires.


Orrington Fire Department

Address: 14 Johnson Mill Road

Phone: (207) 825-3530


Penobscot Fire Department

Address: Route 175 Bayview Road

Phone: (207) 326-4296


Penobscot Nation Fire Department

Address: River Road

Phone: (207) 947-2358


Veazie Fire Department

Address: 1084 Maine Street

Phone: (207) 945-5627

Services: Fire inspections, fire education