NAHANT — Chief Dean Palombo wishes to provide an update to residents and business owners on the status of Fire, Rescue and Emergency Medical Services in Town and procedures that have been put in place to protect first responders and the public from the novel coronavirus (COVID-19).
Nahant Fire Department Provides Information on Smoke, CO Detector Deferrals During State of Emergency
NAHANT — Chief Dean Palombo and State Fire Marshal Peter J. Ostroskey would like to inform residents of information relating to the temporary deferral of smoke and CO inspections during the ongoing state of emergency in Massachusetts.
NAHANT — Chief Dean Palombo is pleased to announce that four Nahant firefighters graduated from the Massachusetts Fire Academy’s Call/Volunteer training program.
NAHANT — Chief Michael Feinberg and the Nahant Fire Department wish to remind residents of important electrical safety tips this May.
Nahant Fire Chief Michael Feinberg would like to commend Firefighter Robert Barreda for his actions today in Lynn while off duty.
Chief Michael Feinberg is pleased to invite members of the community to join the Nahant Fire Department in celebrating the arrival of its new fire engine.
NAHANT — Chief Michael Feinberg reports that a Nahant firefighter’s home was significantly damaged following a fire last night in Swampscott.
NAHANT — In light of several recent regional motor vehicle crashes involving pedestrians and bicyclists, Fire Chief Michael Feinberg wishes to remind residents to use caution when driving, walking, jogging or bicycling.
NAHANT — Chief Michael Feinberg is pleased to announce that the Nahant Fire Department’s new engine truck is scheduled to arrive next month.
Nahant Fire Chief Michael Feinberg will likely be departing his position this summer, due to the Town of Nahant’s budget constraints.