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Fire Department

Contact:
Richard D. Wright, Chief
Mailing Address:
PO Box 7032
Street Address:
8 Cooper Street
Phone:

Additional Contact Info

Fax:
603-798-5628
E-Mail:
Business Hours:
Monday - Sunday 6am-6pm
Directions:
Corner of Route 129 & Cooper Street
The Loudon Fire Department Provides Fire and Emergency Medical Services to the Town of Loudon.  The Fire Department is staffed with personnel 7 days a week between the hours of 6am - 6pm.  To obtain a fire permit please stop at the Village Station between the hours of 6am-6pm Monday - Sunday.  The Fire Department holds its general meeting on the second Monday of the month at 7:00 pm in the Arthur Colby Safety Complex.  Fire Department Trainings are tenatively scheduled for the third Monday of every month and Rescue Trainings are scheduled for the last Wednesday of every month.  

Members

Name / Title
Phone / Email
Term Length / Expires
Rick Wright, Chief
603-798-5612
chief@loudonfire.com
0 Years
William Lake, Deputy Chief
603-798-5612
deputychief@loudonfire.com
0 Years
Tom Blanchette, Captain
0 Years
Jon Leonard, Captain
0 Years

Documents and Forms

Notice of online Fire Permit - Fire permits are now available online for Loudon residents. To obtain a fire permit online go to www.loudonnh.org ~ Fire Department ~ Online Fire Permit. This will lead to the link for the State of New Hampshire, Division of Forest and Lands online fire permit application. There is a $3.00 fee for the online permit, which goes to the website vendor. Fire permits are also available at the Fire Station at 8 Cooper Street, Monday Sunday 6 am-6 pm. There is no charge for this permit.
Fire Permits Required by Law - Information for getting a fire permit.

Frequently Asked Questions

When can I get a Fire Permit?
Monday - Sunday 6:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. at the Arthur Colby Safety Complex in the village or Loudon Fire Department is now offering Burn Permits Online. To obtain a fire permit online please go to https://nhdflweb.sovsportsnet.net (use direct link to the application through the link for "ONLINE FIRE PERMIT" under Links) scroll to the bottom of the page and check all the affidavit boxes, select Town Of Burn as Loudon and then press continue. Obtaining a fire permit online will cost $3.00 this fee is set and collected by the State of New Hampshire Forest and Lands. If you chose not to pay $3.00 for a permit you may still visit the Fire Station at 8 Cooper Street Monday-Sunday 6am-6pm and get a free fire permit.
When do I need a fire permit?
For any and all camp, brush, and cooking fires.
Do I need a permit when it is raining?
Yes! The only time you do not need a permit is when the area around your fire pit is covered with snow.
Can I get a permit that is good for the season?
Yes