Oxford Fire and Emergency Services
The Oxford Fire and Emergency Services is committed to protecting people, property, and environment.
We will be responsive to the needs of our residents and others we may serve by providing rapid, professional, humanitarian services essential to the health, safety and well being of the community.
We will accomplish our mission through training, preparedness, education, fire suppression, medical service, hazard mitigation and other related activities.
We will actively participate in our community, serve as role models and strive to effectively and efficiently employ all the necessary resources to provide a service deemed excellent by those we serve.
The Oxford Fire and Emergency Services proudly serves a 26 square mile residential community with a population of around 13,500.
The Department consists of Twenty (20) Full-Time and twenty (20) on-call personnel. Oxford Fire and Emergency Services operates Two (2) Engines, Two (2) Forestry Trucks, One (1) Tower Ladder, One (1) Ladder Truck, One (1) Heavy Rescue, One (1) Water Tender, Three (3) Paramedic Level Ambulances, One (1) Paramedic Response Unit, One (1) Marine Unit, and One (1) MCI Unit. All Full-Time members are required to be dual trained as both Fire-Fighter and have a minimum EMS certification of EMT.
The department traces its orgins back to 1856, when the town voted to organize the Col. DeWitt Engine Company. The Town purchased a Jeffers hand pumper (still in our possession) and opened the first station in the downtown area. As the Town grew and expanded northward, a second station was organized in 1884 as the Huguenot Steamer No. 1 with a Sibley #5 rotary steam system (still in our possession). Both retired pieces of apparatus may be seen at the Huguenot Steamer Station and Museum, 655 Main Street, N. Oxford, MA 01537.
Oxford Fire Department
The Oxford Fire Department is known for aggressive fire fighting and fire education. Through continuing education programs and the State Fire Academy, OFD stays abreast of new technology with new ways to make fire service more efficient and safe
The department serves and protects approximately 19,000 Oxford residents and 18,000 students on the campus of the University of Mississippi. The Oxford Fire Department also provides auto extrication/ rescue for the 640 square miles of Lafayette County and is an integral part of the Mississippi Task Force System responding to natural and manmade disasters thought the state and region.
The department is composed of 58 shift personnel, on a three shift rotation that operates out of four stations. Currently, the Oxford Fire Department holds a “Class 4” fire rating with the state insurance rating bureau.
399 McElroy Drive
Oxford, MS 38655
139 Hwy 7 South
Oxford, MS 38655
200 Mall Drive
Oxford, MS 38655
Currently, there is no Station 2.
Oxford Fire Station in Oxford, Maine
Popularity:#2 of 5 Fire Departments in Oxford#43 of 54 Fire Departments in Oxford County#585 of 711 Fire Departments in Maine#39,508 in Fire Departments
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Address, Phone Number, and Fax Number for Oxford Fire Station, a Fire Department, at Main Street, Oxford ME.
- Oxford Fire Station
- 701 Main Street
Oxford, Maine, 04270
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The Oxford Fire Station, located in Oxford, ME, provides fire protection and emergency response services to the Oxford community. The Fire Department's mission is to prevent the loss of life and property. In addition to responding to fires, the Oxford Fire Station also responds to medical emergencies, motor vehicle accidents, rescue calls, and incidents involving hazardous materials.You may contact the Fire Department for questions about:
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