About Bridgton Fire Department
The Bridgton Fire Department protects the town of Bridgton's estimated population of 5,500. Four stations are strategically placed throughout the town covering 68.7 Square miles.
The Bridgton Fire Department is committed to protecting the people, property, and environment of the region while remaining responsive to the needs of Bridgton's citizens and visitors by providing rapid, professional services, with dignity, essential to health, safety and well being.
We accomplish this mission through prevention, education, fire suppression, rescue, and hazardous materials response. The Bridgton Fire Department actively participates in the community and region, serving as role models, and striving to efficiently utilize all available resources to provide an excellent service to the town.
Bridgton Fire Department runs four district stations spread throughout town. Central Station is the biggest of these stations located conveniently on Gibbs Street giving quick access to Main Street and Route 302. Central Station houses Ladder 1, Engine 1, Reel 1, and Tank 4.
North Station is located on Route 37 in close proximity to Bridgton Academy close to route 117 providing quick access to many of Bridgton’s main roads. North Station houses Bridgton Engine 5, providing quick emergency response to Bridgton’s north side.
West Station is located on Route 302 near the Moose Pond causeway. West Station houses Bridgton Engine 6 and Forestry 49. This station is first due on everything from the intersection of 302 and 93, to the Fryeburg town line, including Hio ridge road and mountain road towards Denmark, and Knights Hill Road to Sweden.
South Station is located on Route 107 near Adams Pond. This station houses Engine 4 and Marine 1. This station provides first due emergency response to the South side of Bridgton. Including coverage to both the Denmark, and Sebago town lines.