Fire Department

Emergency Calls


9-1-1 is the emergency telephone number system that links to the appropriate emergency service – Police, Fire, or Emergency Medical Service (EMS).


Calling


When calling 9-1-1, be prepared to give the following information:
  • Name, address and telephone number
  • The nature of the emergency
  • An exact location of where the emergency has occurred

The 9-1-1 telephone system has an Automatic Location Identification System and an Automatic Number Identification System (ANI / ALI) that lets the dispatcher know the address and telephone number you are calling from. However, cellular calls will not provide ANI / ALI information to the dispatcher.

Emergencies & Non-Emergencies


An emergency is a situation where the safety of people or property is at risk, for example
a fire, or a medical emergency.

It is not an emergency when the situation is not dangerous and immediate action is not necessary.

Paramedics


View or download Medical Information Form (PDF) to have ready for when a loved one needs EMS service.

Statistics


View NFD Call Summary Report for October,  2017

View Call Summary from 1993-2016














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