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Fire Department


  • Chief - Michael E. Murphy
  • Deputy Chief - Kevin J. Landry
  • Fire Captain - Jeffrey Murphy
  • EMS Captain - Andrew Schafer
  • 1st Lieutenant - Jason Landry
  • 2nd Lieutenant - Andrew Fournier
  • 3rd Lieutenant - Adam Stasio
  • Members -
  • Robert Beaulieu Daniel P. Beckwith Frederick Beckwith Andrew Cammilleri
    Brian J. Collins Joshua Dugdale William Galinsky Darrell Hollenbeck
    Nikolaos Hantzis David Holigan Paula Holigan Timothy Judge
    Justin McCarthy Andrew Murphy Robert Neil John F. Rockwell
    Edward A. Stewart Jared Walker David M. Weymouth Stephen J. Wooster
  • Fire Department Administrative Assistant -
  • John F. Rockwell
  • Fire Inspectors -
  • Michael E. Murphy Kevin J. Landry
  • Forest Fire Warden -
  • Michael E. Murphy
  • Deputy Wardens -
  • Albert Apitz Darrell A. Hollenbeck Kevin J. Landry
    Donald L. Murphy Edward A. Stewart David M. Weymouth
  • Firefighters Association -
  • Andrew Murphy, President

Contact Information

  • By Phone
    • EMERGENCY: 911
    • POISON CONTROL: 800.222.1222
    • NON EMERGENCY Business Phone: 603.362.5611
    • Fire Inspector (Voice Mail): 603.362.4203
    • Fax: 603.362.9295
  • By Email
  • By Mail
    • Atkinson Fire Department, Town Of Atkinson NH, PO Box 6 (Academy Avenue), Atkinson, NH 03811

Available Forms and Documents

Useful Links


  • Q - Where do I obtain a Fire Permit?
    • A - Fire Permits are obtained locally through the Forest Fire Warden, Deputy Warden’s and Issuing Agents. You can contact the Forest Fire Warden Michael E. Murphy at the Atkinson Fire Department non emergency business phone, 603.362.5611 for more information.
  • Q - How much does a Fire Permit cost?
    • A - There is no cost to obtain a written fire permit.
  • Q - When is a Fire Permit required?
    • A - A Fire Permit is required anytime there is not a 100 foot radius of complete snow cover around the fire.
  • Q - What time can a fire be kindled?
  • Q - Can I burn trash?
    • A - Residential trash burning is a public health risk. State law, RSA 125-N strictly prohibits trash burning . Please read the No Trash Burning Brochure above for more information.
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