Yes, there is a re-inspection fee.
How long is a Certificate of Compliance for my CO Detectors and Smoke Alarms good for once inspected?
To become a firefighter in Plymouth you must pass an open competitive state exam for entry firefighter. Entry exams are held every other year (even years, 2004, 2006, 2008). Plymouth has a resident's preference for hiring police and firefighters. The applicant must live in the town of Plymouth for 1 year prior to the exam date. Further information is available from the Massachusetts Human Resources, Civil Service Division.
Plymouth Fire Department is a career department, there are no volunteer or Call Firefighter positions.
You can obtain a building or car fire report by stopping by Headquarters: 114 Sandwich Street, Plymouth, MA. It is suggested that you call ahead and speak with Deputy Chief Eldridge. (508) 830-4213 ext 109.
No, the Plymouth Fire Department has no Child Passenger Safety Technicians.
Yes, staff will not enter into a vacant or lock box home.
DPW, Water division is responsible for installing and snow removal. It’s nice to have someone in the neighbor give us a hand, but if you have a specific safety concern please call us. To report a leaky or damage fire hydrant or one that appears to be inaccessible. (508) 747-1620 ext. 132
Battalion Chief Gregory Kane, Fire Prevention Division at extension 110
Come to headquarters and obtain a KNOX Company application. Cost depends on which KNOX box you chose. All KNOX applications must have an authorized signature from an Officer of the department before mailing to the KNOX Company.
The Fire Department does not assist with car lockouts. Our only way to gain entry is to break a window or force a door open and this will cause damage.