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Coronavirus Disease Information

The Novel Coronavirus 2019, or Covid-19 is trending in every news outlet and on everyone's mind since the outbreak began in China a couple of months ago. It is important for residents to be well informed through reliable news and government outlets, and resist the fear that is sometimes spread via social media.

The Tyngsborough Fire Department and the Office of Emergency Management are in communication with our local, regional, and State planning partners on best practices for the unlikely encounter with a suspect case of Covid-19. The good news is that planning and training for the SARS Coronavirus some years ago, and our annual refreshers on preventing the spread of Seasonal Influenza have prepared us well.

All Disaster Response starts local, whether it is a natural disaster such as a hurricane, or a public health threat. Being confident in the preparedness of your local Public Safety and Public Health officials isn't enough. Each resident must do their part to keep informed and prepare themselves and their families. Below are links to resources that will help you better prepare.

Wes Russell, Fire Chief, Emergency Management Director

Helpful Links:

US DHHS CDC

US DHHS CDC Travel Health Notices

COVID-19 Outbreak Tracker.  Johns Hopkins

US Dpt of State Travel Advisories

US DHHS "Public Health Emergency" web page

 


Online Permitting is Available for a Sale of Property - 26F 1/2

Our new online permitting for a sale of property - 26F 1/2 is up and running from the Town of Tyngsborough website.
Click Here to automatically direct you to apply online.

***Please Note*** During the Governor's Declared State of Emergency, for COVID-19 response, inspections required by Sect 26F, and 26F1/2 of Ch. 148 of General Laws are deferred as a condition of sale of a dwelling provided that; (a) The parties agree that the buyer, not the seller, shall be responsible for equipping the home with approved smoke and carbon monoxide detectors. (b) The buyer agrees to equip the home with approved detectors immediately upon taking title. (c) The inspection by the Fire Department, required by Sect. 26F and 26F1/2 is conducted no more than 90 days after the state of emergency is terminated

 


New Recruits
Please join Chief Russell, Assistant Chief Sands and The Members of the Tyngsborough Fire Department on congratulating two of our members, Kyle Russell and Mark Ledbetter, on graduating The Massachusetts Firefighting Academy Call/Volunteer Recruit Firefighter Training Class #94. “First responders are on the front lines of any crisis and these newest firefighters are needed now more than ever,” said Deputy State Fire Marshal Fournier, who is the acting MFA director. “The rigorous training they’ve completed provides them with the fundamental skills and knowledge necessary to protect their communities safely and effectively.”

 


 

Tyngsborough Fire Department

The Town of Tyngsborough is protected by a Combination Fire Department; with the advantage of a small on duty staff 24 hours a day / 7 days a week, and on call firefighters that respond when there is a need for additional staffing. While some of the firefighting staff have been hired for full time hours, and others may work part time; all firefighting staff are Call Firefighters and respond to call backs when off duty.

Our Mission:

Mission of the Tyngsborough Fire Department is to protect the lives, and preserve the property of the residents, visitors, students, and businesses in the community; and partner with other agencies and businesses contributing to the advancement of the quality of life in the Town of Tyngsborough. This Mission is accomplished through a number of programs including:

-Emergency response to fires, accidents, and other emergencies.
-Emergency Medical Services.
-Investigation of the origin and cause of fire and explosions.
-Fire prevention preplanning, buildings plan reviews and inspections
-Public fire and life safety education.

Our New Engine One

The Tyngsborough Fire Department is proud to announce that we have received our new Engine 1! The truck is a 2019 KME Panther with 1500 gpm pump, 750 gallons of water and 20 gallons of Class A foam. TFD Firefighters conducted training with the new apparatus yesterday. The new truck has been placed into service and will serve the community well!

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