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**Important Message**
 If you are calling 911 for any police, fire or medical emergency, & have a fever, cough, or any flu-like symptoms, PLEASE let the dispatcher know!

If you are quarantined (mandatory or self imposed) in your home or business due to possible or confirmed COVID-19 exposure, PLEASE notify 911 when you call and advise the dispatcher.

We also ask that you place a sign/note on your front door to alert our firefighters, EMTs, and law enforcement officers to take infection-prevention precautions before prior to entering your home or business.

It is imperative that we protect our crews so that they will be able to continue to meet the emergency needs of the community.

In other areas- there have been entire fire companies & EMS agencies that wound up getting quarantined because they were not alerted prior to responding and entering the homes of presumed positive residents. Those first responders are now unavailable to help anyone for at least 14 days.

Our department CAN NOT afford to have this happen!! If we are out of service, we can not help you, our neighbors and the community.
Also, we do not want to have to take it home to our families or risk compromising the safety of our community when there are prevention procedures that can be implemented

Thank you,

Keyport Fire Department

In the News

Keyport Fire Department responds to 551 Calls For Service in 2019.


Calls for Service for the Year 2019 for the Keyport Fire Department. (8) Building Fires, (20) Cooking Fires, (2) Boiler/Furnace Malfunctions, (5) Vehicle Fires, (3) Brush Fires, (5) Outside Rubbish Fires, (2) Dumpster Fires, (1) Outside Equipment Fire, (249) Medical Assists, (2) Extrications, (1) Removal From Stalled Elevator, (2) Swimming/Recreational Water Rescues, (2) Ice Rescues, (3) Water Craft Rescues, (4) Gasoline Spills, (20) Natural Gas Leaks, (1) Oil Spill, (2) Wiring Short Circuits, (1) Overheated Motor, (20) Power Lines Down, (7) Arching/ Shorted Electrical Equipment, (1) Vehicle into Building, (7) Vehicle Accident Cleanups, (1) Residential Lock Out, (4) Water or Steam Leaks, (2) Smoke Removals, (3) Assist Police, (1) Public Service, (4) Unauthorized Burnings, (5) Cover Assignments, (2) Calls Cancelled While Responding, (3) No Incidents Found Upon Arrival At Incident, (11) Odors of Smoke, (6) Steam Thought To Be Smoke, (1) Smoke from Barbeque, (86) Alarm Activations, (1) Severe Weather Standby, (17) Community Events, (5) Medivac Landing Standbys, (2) Funeral Services, (5) Department/ Training Drills, (10) Parade or Memorial Services, (2) Accident Involving Apparatus, (4) Fireworks Details and (7) Fire Prevention/Education Details for a total of 551 calls with 8,715.10 man hours. This does not include to individual Company Training, Meetings, Truck Cleaning and Maintenance Details held during the year.