To create a safe and vibrant community through risk reduction, preparedness, and a proactive all hazards response plan.
To be the premier emergency services provider in our region that is constantly striving for excellence in service delivery through education, innovation, teamwork and collaboration.
We place extreme value on continually evaluating NFR’s policies, procedures, and training guidelines in order to provide our customers and personnel with the safest environment possible.
Our core values are driven by:
Accountability Personal, to each other and our community
Compassion We demonstrate kindness and empathy
Dedication We are committed to our organization and community
Ethics We will consistently strive to do the right thing
Honesty Truth and fairness in endeavors large and small
Integrity We adhere to sound moral principles
December 2017, Construction is well under way, adding a third bay to the Spit Brook Road Fire Station. When the fire station was built in 1977, it was designed to serve a much different property base than what currently exists in southern section of Nashua.
November 2016, Nashua Fire Rescue unveiled the Safe Station program. Anyone with a substance use disorder is welcome to come to any of the six city fire stations to get help. To learn more, view WMUR
Spring 2015, Nashua Fire Rescue was awarded a grant of just under $500,000 to purchase a state of the art mobile training facility. This building is a mission critical part as Nashua grows into becoming a regional training hub for fire departments throughout southern NH and northern Massachusetts .
Spring 2015 The department awarded a grant in the amount of $400,000 to be used to purchase new breathing apparatus.