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05-08-13 Updated Home Pages. New feature on
Falmouth Controlled burn at Crane Wildlife on May 6.
Also new Falmouth
C-28. Updated photos of West Barnstable
05-06-13 Updated Home Pages. Added new feature
Provincetown Run to the Top 2013.
NOTE: I have started a new SmugMug photos page known
BrittCrosbyPhotos.com. Many more photos from the Run to
the Top 2013 can be seen and ordered if you would like!
Check it out.
04-30-13 Updated Home Pages. New Mashpee
Added a few features:
COMM Brush fire Curry Lane.
Mashpee Brush Fire Park Place Way. Impressive
Controlled brush burn at MMR.
04-28-13 New feature
Hyannis 2nd Alarm Enterprise Road.
04-20-13 Updated Home Pages. New Plymouth
Plymouth EMS (Brewster Amb) units
refurbished Ladder 1.
Updated photos of Kingston
and former E3
now out of service. Updated photos of DCR Dist 2
and Tanker 1.
Updated photo Mashpee
E351 is out of
service until new E-One is delivered. New feature of
Four Hyannis Fires on Pilgrim Ln and Baxter Rd at the
04-13-13 Added feature
COMM House Fire Westwind Circle Osterville with a
Firefighter MAYDAY called.
04-06-13 Updated Home Pages. Updated photos
Tender 286, COMM
04-03-13 Updated Home Pages.
House fire on Nottingham Dr, Centerville. New COMM Fire
Chief announced. Oak Bluffs Chief to retire. Brewster
Ambulance takes over EMS in Plymouth.
Created a new page for
audio and video
03-31-13 Updated Home pages. New Carver
Carver Hovercraft, new
Unit 1, updated photos
Yarmouth F 49,
Onset Ladder 1.
New Carver Breaker 27. Special feature
Onset Recruit Training. Special Feature
COMM House Fire Hitching Post lane.
Over 600 members of
Cape Cod Fire Departments Facebook page in 2 weeks!
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"RUN TO THE TOP"
The 5th Annual Provincetown
"Run to the Top" was held at the Pilgrim Monument
on Saturday May 4, 2013.
now on Facebook
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New Map Posted Jan 21, 2009
Updated March 19, 2012
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for that community.
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various fire and EMS stations
that are also profiled.
There are two ways to get to apparatus profiles.
One is by going to the fire station profile and then
clicking on apparatus assigned.
The other way is to go to the county wide apparatus
pages and looking
by department or apparatus type.
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online on September 11, 2000. Our mission is to
be the single most comprehensive resource
providing information, images, and news about
the fire / rescue departments serving the
Cape Cod & Islands area of southeastern
We hope that this site will meet or exceed your
expectations. If so, you may find that it can
serve as a daily hub from which to find whatever
you need to know about the fire rescue service
in the Cape Cod area and beyond.
The site continues to grow and evolve to serve you
better. Your questions, observations,
corrections, contributions, and general comments
are always welcome so please send us an E-Mail.
CapeCodFD.com is a
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no such thing as the "Cape Cod Fire Department."
The area is served by many different independent
fire departments and agencies. This is NOT an
official site for any of those departments.
While it is our intent to always bring you the most
accurate, informative, and useful information,
we can't guarantee that. The information and
content within this site is therefore the sole
responsibility of CapeCodFD.com and not the fire
departments or agencies themselves.
For official information or services, we recommend you
contact the specific department directly and
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CAPE COD TIMES STORY ABOUT CAPECODFD.COM
with a look at What's New at the top of this
page. It will give you an idea of what the latest
changes are to the site.
Then go through the Home Page Section with a look at
The Headlines, Apparatus News (2 pages), Station News,
Department and Personnel News. Perhaps you are
looking for information on radio communications or
live scanner feeds. Check out the Dispatch Center.
There are many great sites out there. My Favorite Links
will take you to some of them.
Profiles of over
50 Fire & EMS Departments
CapeCodFD.com offers extensive profiles on
50 Fire and EMS Departments
within the four counties in southeastern Massachusetts. The
counties included are Barnstable (Cape Cod), Dukes
(Martha's Vineyard), Nantucket, and Plymouth.
Within these profiles are specific details about each
department, images and information on over
100 Fire Stations and over
300 pieces of Apparatus.
Rosters of each
of the departments. The site also displays department
Mutual Aid Run Cards,
and more. If you want to know something about any of the Cape area
fire departments, you came to the right place.
One of my
favorite sections of the site is the Special
Features area. Within this section you will
find photo essays, historical information,
spectacular fire images, and much more.
Special features on Apparatus include:
ARFF Crash Trucks
There are a few features on Stations including:
Old Cape Fire
across the USA.
There are several features on visits:
FDNY in 2001
FDNY Blessing of Fleet 2011
Hawaii in 2009
LA County "Station 51"
Johnny Gage visit to
Nashville TN 2011
Air Force One visit to Cape Cod
There have been some spectacular fires....
Crosby Yacht Yard 2003
Provincetown Whaler's Wharf
Hyannis 4 Alarm Condo fire,
2 Fires in
Eastham Third Alarm,
General Alarm at Taunton State Hospital,
6 Alarm Fire in Boston ,
4 Alarms Hyannis Iron House,
5 Alarms Onset Cranberry Warehouse
Pearl St Hyannis 2nd Alarm
and many more....
There are many other features... check them out and
One of the
coolest things to do is to listen live to the action
while you are looking at this site. While we do not
provide the service, a number of sites do and you
should check them out.
You can listen to the Cape Cod area, or if you want,
you can listen to Boston, Providence, FDNY, or any
number of other great sites.
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Great to hear from you!
currently part of the forward deployed aircraft carrier USS
KITTY HAWK stationed in Japan. I have been away from home
for over a year and about a half now. I have just recently
been given orders to go fight the war on terror in
Afghanistan. I was residing in the town of Bourne, MA where
I had done a day long observation with the fire fighting
team and EMS. I have been an aspiring firefighter since I
was born. I love what you have done with this web site it
has been a moral booster on those six month deployments on
the water and knowing that the job that these firefighters
have been doing to keep my family and community safe has
been fantastic. I wanted to give you big thanks. Keep up
this great web site!
ABHAN Guarino, Michael
Just wanted to share with you about my special boy. Our son
Chad is 8 years old and has Asperger's Syndrome, a high
functioning form of Autism. Since he was about 1 year old he
has been "into" fire trucks. He has only grown to love them and
all that goes with it as he gets older.
I don't know how I discovered your web site, but needless to say
it is the motivation I needed to get him to school lately. He
really hates going and the teachers are becoming more insistent
he not talk about firefighting. So each morning before he
leaves for school we come to your web site and are going thru
each state. He gets to pick a couple favorites which I print
for him and he takes them to school. We give them to his
teacher (he's in special ed.) and when he completes reading or
math he gets to spend a few minutes relaxing and looking at
He is also into the old Emergency show and watches an episode or
2 daily. He also likes Adam 12. He and his Dad play each night
at bedtime the they are Roy & Johnny!
Well Britt, this is longer than I planned but I just wanted you
to know the joy you have brought our little boy. Thanks so
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D J SULLIVAN ISD BOSTON
I am currently doing a 1 year tour at Ali Al Salem Air Base in
Kuwait. You have a great website and I just wanted to wish all
my fellow brother and sister firefighters from the Cape & Islands a
Merry Christmas and a safe New Year. Keep up the great work
you all do! Thanks.
SFC Gilbert 'Pete' Forend in Kuwait
Oak Bluffs Deputy Chief, Army Fire Chief Mass. National Guard Camp
I have seen many, many websites and when I came across yours today I
just had to tell you this is by far the best FD site I have
accessed. You website should be the "standard" for all large FD
sites, it is so easy to navigate and it contains so much info. Keep
up the good work!!
Bob Smith, Horsham, PA
Man, what can I say except
AWESOME website!! I could not believe the amount of information
you have collected. I am a firefighter/EMT here in Virginia. I
am also a dispatcher for the county, dispatching police/fire/ems.
I have always wanted to do a site for our fire/rescue
departments like you have done for your area.
Love the supersite. I've been
listening all day in Germany. Its
really fun. Yarmouth police responded to a residential alarm and
here the actual alarm going off over the broadcast of the police
AWESOME. Keep up the great job on the website...
Sr A John D.
I think the word is WOW! You
have done a fantastic job assembling this site. I came in
looking to trade patches and stayed as long as I could
looking at just a few of the elements that you have put
together. I'll be back.
THANKS FROM ALL OVER
Would you like to help out?
CapeCodFD.com was launched on September 11, 2000. Since that
time it has grown and grown to the site it presently is.
Hundreds of visitors come by every day to see what is new or
to look up information about the fire departments.
This site is essentially a "One Man" operation, but it
takes more than that to help keep it up to date. Things are
always changing and many times the changes would go
unnoticed without the help of volunteer correspondents.
The CapeCodFD.com Correspondents represent many of the
departments covered by this site and help to keep
information up to date. We appreciate their help. If anyone
else would like to become a correspondent just send me an
E-Mail. All help is appreciated.
You don't have to be an 'official' correspondent to pick up
on an error, typo, or to let us know about changes in
equipment, personnel, or whatever else you happen to know
If you want to help, contact me at
CapeCodFD.com. For more information
Thanks for all your help.
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