Hampshire County Fire Department

Find Hampshire County Massachusetts fire departments, city fire stations, firefighters, brigades, chiefs, inspectors, marshals, and local volunteers. Fire departments provide information on fire risk assessment, permits, fire alarms, and safety guidance.


Amherst Fire Department 68 North Pleasant Street Amherst MA 01002 413-259-3082


Belchertown Fire Department 10 North Main Street Belchertown MA 01007 413-323-7571

Cummington Fire Department 16 Main Street Cummington MA 01026 413-787-9071

Easthampton Fire Department 32 Payson Avenue Easthampton MA 01027 413-527-4200

Goshen Town Fire Station 56 Main Street Williamsburg MA 01096 413-268-7161

Granby Fire Department 259 East State Street Granby MA 01033 413-467-9696

Hadley Fire Department 15 East Street Hadley MA 01035 413-584-0874

Hatfield Fire Department 59 Main Street Hatfield MA 01038 413-247-9008

Huntington Fire Department 8 Russell Road Huntington MA 01050 413-667-3368

Middlefield Volunteer Fire Department Bell Rd Middlefield MA 01243 413-623-5060

Northampton Fire Department 26 Carlon Drive Northampton MA 01060 413-587-1032

Pelham Fire Department 2 South Valley Road Pelham MA 01002 413-253-3311

Plainfield Fire - Ems 315 Main Street Plainfield MA 01070 413-634-5582

South Hadley Fire District 1 144 Newton Street South Hadley MA 01075 413-532-5343

South Hadley Fire District 2 20 Woodbridge Street South Hadley MA 01075 413-534-5803

Southampton Fire Department 204 College Highway Southampton MA 01073 413-527-1700

Ware Fire Department 1 East Main Street Ware MA 01082 413-967-5901

Westhampton Fire Department 48 Stage Road Easthampton MA 01027 413-529-7181

Williamsburg Fire Department 5 North Road Chesterfield MA 01012 413-268-7233

Worthington Fire-Rescue 51 Huntington Road Worthington MA 01098 413-238-4445

Why does the Fire Department block lanes of traffic at an auto accident?

The Fire Department will often block one or more lanes at the scene of an auto accident to provide room for the fire personnel to respond to the emergency. The extra space helps to keep the fire personnel safe from other traffic hazards.

What should I do if I smell gas in my house?

You should evacuate your family and pets from the house. Call 911 from a safe location or a neighbor's house. Do not call 911 from inside your house. The use of a phone inside your home could ignite the gas.

What should I do when I see or hear an emergency vehicle coming towards me?

You should safely pull to the right side of the road. If you are unable to pull to the side, stop your vehicle and do not move until the emergency vehicle has passed you.