Fire Department

39 Ferry Street
Office Hours: 
Monday - Friday 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM
Fire Chief I want to welcome you to the official website of the Hudson Fire Department. Our site contains valuable information about our department, our community, and our members. I hope you will take the time to explore the different areas and links.

The Hudson Fire Department has the strength of 49 full-time, 2 part-time and 3 call members, whom serve a residential population of 24,467 residents, according to the 2010 Census estimate for Hudson, which is ranked tenth among New Hampshire's incorporated cities and towns. Our three (3) fire stations provide services to a geographical area of over 28.5 square miles of land area and 0.8 square miles of inland water area. That service area includes residential, commercial, and rural areas.

Our department provides the following services: Fire Suppression, Emergency Medical Services, Vehicle Rescue, Hazardous Materials Mitigation, Public Education, Commercial and Residential Inspections, First Aide and CPR Training, and Fire Extinguishment Training. A link to information specific to each division can be found throughout our webpage.

Hudson is a wonderful community in which to live. Our department maintains a strong partnership with the community we serve. We need your support and understanding of our operations. I hope that our website contributes to building an even better and stronger partnership between us. Please feel free to contact us at anytime.

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Mosquito Control

Control of larval mosquitoes in stagnant bodies of water began in April and will continue throughout the summer. The primary method of control will be a bacterium (BTI) that is a naturally occurring parasite of mosquito larvae. Areas requiring control will be red maple swamps, woodland pools, roadside ditches, street and parking lot catch basins, marshes, flooded fields and stormwater basins.

Kidde Recalls Smoke and Carbon Monoxide Alarms

Kidde hard-wired smoke and combination smoke/carbon monoxide (CO) alarms are being recalled due to a failure to alert consumers of a fire or a CO incident following a power outage.

See the Consumer Product Safety Commission notice for additional information.