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The primary objective of the Narragansett Fire Department is the protection of human life and property from fire, the prevention and suppression of fire, and to provide emergency medical service to the Town of Narragansett.
In addition, it shall be the prompt duty of the Fire Department to remove or cause the removal of all persons from danger whatever the cause whenever humanly possible.
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Station 1 (or Headquarters) is located at 40 Caswell St. and is where you can find the offices of the Fire Chief, Department Secretary, and the Fire Marshal.
Headquarters is staffed 24/7 by 4 personnel who are responsible for five front line apparatus. Engine 1, Ladder 1, Rescue 1, Marine 3 (rescue water craft), and Unit 1 are housed at this location.
Narragansett Station 1
Narragansett Engine 1
Narragansett Ladder 1
Narragansett Rescue 1
Station 2 is located at 900 Point Judith Rd and is staffed 24/7 by 2 personnel who are responsible for cross-staffing an engine and a rescue. Point Judith personnel are also tasked with assisting in the maintenance and staffing of Marine 2 the “Maia Stanton” a 31-foot CBRNE Fire Rescue Vessel berthed in the Port of Galilee - home to over 270 fishing vessels and the largest commercial fishing port in Rhode Island - ranked 18th in the nation in terms of pounds landed and 15th in value. Galilee is also the location of Interstate Navigation, a ferry service that transports nearly a quarter of a million people to and from Block Island, the town of New Shoreham, RI every year on their fleet of 6 ferries.
Narragansett Engine 2
Narragansett Rescue 2
Station 3 is located at 1170 Boston Neck Road and is staffed 24/7 by 2 personnel who are responsible for cross-staffing an engine and a rescue. This district is home to the University of Rhode Island’s Bay Campus. The campus consists of approximately 20 URI buildings that contain a mix of offices, research laboratories, classrooms, and meeting spaces, as well as a two megawatt nuclear reactor. In addition, the URI Department of Ocean Engineering is located on the campus, with federal Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) laboratories bordering on the north.
Narragansett Engine 3
Narragansett Rescue 3