Welcome to the Carver Fire Department

The Carver Fire Department is located in Southeastern Massachusetts.
We proudly protect 11,368 people living in an area of 39.58 square miles. We operate out of three stations that protect a primarily residential/agricultural area. Our Department is a Public Department whose 80 members are on a paid on call status.

 
P1020158 Fire Companies 1, 2 and 3 responded to a reported Structure Fire off Meadow Street in our Company 3 district.  Interior fire crews reported a heavy smoke condition on all three levels of the home.  Firefighters found the fire in the basement, in the gas/air furnace with fire traveling in the ceiling ductwork.  Crews quickly extinguished the visible fire and then went to work checking the heating ductwork for hidden fires.  Fire Crews from Engines 1 searched the second floor and attic area for any fire extensions.  Rescue 1’s crews established R.I.T., while Engine 2's crew established a water supply nearby.  Tankers 1 and 2 were on scene and prepared to shuttle water if needed. The fire was contained to the basement furnace and ceiling ductwork.  Thanks to a quick report of the fire by a person home at the time and a very quick fire response, the home was saved and can be made livable very soon.  (Photo’s by Retired Firefighter, Robert Guisti)
DSCN9446 Our helmets off to our friends at Carver Police for their efforts in coordinating, organizing and executing another very successful 'Carver Night Out' public event. The event was very well attended by Carver residents who by all accounts, had an enjoyable experience! Carver Fire had the pleasure of showcasing and conducting tours of our beautiful fire apparatus for many, many Carver residents of all ages! After all, who doesn't LOVE a fire truck! Thank you to all of our Firefighters that helped make the event a success! All our apparatus looked fantastic and you did a great job interacting with the public. We always enjoy working with our Public Safety partners of Carver PD and Carver EMS. Again, a tip of the helmet to Carver PD. Great job! (Photo's by Retired Firefighter, Rick Leopardi)