Fire Department

 

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For All Permits and Fire Prevention Inquiries 

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Office Phone: 508-384-3131 x 1126 

 

Wrentham Fire Department
99 South Street
Wrentham, MA 02093
Business: 508-384-3131 
Fax: 508-384-7468

 
 

Records Requests/Accounts Payable/Receivable 

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Medical Services
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Chief Officers

Chief Antonio R. Marino
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Deputy Chief Robert A. Maduskuie
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Outside Fires

Restrictions have been lifted by the State. However, you must abide by all State and Local regulations. Please use caution when doing so.

Please refer to the following link: https://www.mass.gov/service-details/open-burning-safety

What Other Types of Outdoor Fires are Allowed?

With the fire department's approval and supervision, a community may schedule:

  • Christmas tree burning between December 26 and January 7 (although recycling trees or “planting” them in dunes to control beach erosion are more beneficial to the environment)
  • One ceremonial bonfire each year to observe a municipal, state or national event
  • A bonfire between July 2 and July 6 in observance of Independence Day

Outdoor cooking is allowed year-round in all communities and is not subject to open burning limits. With specific approval from MassDEP, local fire departments may also stage outdoor fires for purposes of fire prevention or protection research and training.

What about Fire Pits?

Fire pits have become popular in recent years. But unless they are being used for cooking, they are subject to the MassDEP open burning regulation. If you do use a fire pit for cooking, the fire must be:

  • Kept to a reasonable size
  • Located away from combustible materials
  • Contained in a non-flammable enclosure, and
  • Tended by someone who is 18 years of age or older.

Remember to burn only clean, dry firewood. This will minimize the amount of smoke leaving your property and affecting neighbors. You may not burn trash, refuse or similar materials.

Some cities and towns regulate, limit or prohibit the use of chimineas, fire pits and outdoor fireplaces. To find out if your community has specific requirements, contact your local fire department.