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Cuttyhunk Fire Department
Cemetary Road
Gosnold, MA  02713
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Emergency 508-693-1212
Business     508-636-2072
FAX            508-xxx-xxxx
Dispatch     508-693-1212
Dispatch    154.325    
Fire Alarm 
Fire Alarm  KNBH 905

Fire Chief Asa Lombard

Cuttyhunk Island
Gosnold, Massachusetts
Dukes County
Elizabeth Islands

Established 1980s
1 Fire Station    
3 Apparatus
 6 Personnel  
0 Career   6 Call
 Apparatus

Area             .91 Sq Mi
Population    28 Winter
                     /600 summer Density         28 per sq mile

Fire             x
EMS           x
Total       xx

Sta.1    Sta.2
Sta.3    Sta.4

1 Engines
1 Ladder
0 Brush
0 Ambs
0 Cars
0 Misc
 
 

Cuttyhunk Island Fire Department.
The small island of Cuttyhunk at the end of the Elizabeth Islands chain is the most populated of the islands which are officially the Town of Gosnold. With a very small year round population of perhaps a couple dozen residents, the island is protected by the Cuttyhunk FD which has about 6 official members and a number of seasonal volunteers. The fire station is located in a small garage on the power station on Cemetery Road.  Two fire engines protect the island. A 60,000 gallon water tank is located at the highest point on the island and a system of pipes and fire hydrants protect the settled portion of the island near the harbor.
    Seth Garfield served as the fire chief for many years and continues to be a member. Asa Lombard currently serves as the Chief for the past 8 years of so.
    The department responds to only a couple incidents annually. There is no EMS on the island. Medflight or the USCG would be called for any priority emergencies.