Left-to-right: FF Don Hopkins, Lt Brendan Walsh, Dep Cliff Richardson, and FF Mark Chaisson participated in the Firefighter Challenge of the Climb to the Top Boston event to benefit the National Multiple Sclerosis Society on March 7. Waltham had four firefighters finish in the overall top 10 for this event, including the first place award
The Waltham Firefighters send a very special “Thank You” to Rachel Clancy for posting kind words on Facebook about us. We are happy to help our residents during this particularly difficult winter. Of course, don’t forget to dig out your hydrants if you’re out there shoveling!
Large rainstorms are never fun for residents whose basements tend to get water, but we are always happy to lend a hand, or a pump, or some hoseline! In the photo above, Waltham Engine 2 pumps a neighborhood resident’s basement, which was affected by the past three days of rain.
The Waltham Fire Department Honor Guard was proud to march in the 2014 Waltham Veterans Day Parade on Tuesday, Nov. 11 Photo credit: Joe Nixon.
Above, you will find some photos from S.A.F.E. (Student Awareness Fire Education) Week. Lt Gary Jackson is the SAFE coordinator for our department. Four members Lt John Ferrick, FF Ismeal (Izzy) Torres, FF Chuck Vincula, and FF Andrew Grecco volunteered for the program in early October in Waltham Public Schools. We also do not want
Waltham Firefighters Local 886 purchased pink badge bands for all of our members to wear during the month of October, which is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Cancer touches us all, and we see its effects every day as first responders. The badge band is a tradition of mourning in the fire and police service. Usually,
Welcome to the BRAND NEW Waltham Professional Firefighters website!
Come and support the Waltham Firefighters and Pizzi Farms as they team up together in the fight against Muscle Disease. Pizzi Farms’ Ice Cream Stand is donating 50% of all ice cream sales purchased with a voucher (link below) to the Muscular Dystrophy Association of Massachusetts. Voucher is good every Tuesday night in July from
Waltham Fire Family Day will once again be held at Canobie Lake Park in Salem, NH. The date is Sunday August 11, 2013. Park Hours are 11am-10pm. The cost is $20 per person – (3yrs and under are FREE). Please try and limit this to Waltham Fire family members. Price includes All-day admission to the
ONLY 300 tickets will be sold. This gives you a 1 in 300 chance of winning $10,000. Please contact Paul Q, Steve Centofanti, or Fire Prevention for a ticket. The $100 ticket INCLUDES: Dinner, Beer and Wine on the night of the drawing for 2 people! Drawing will be held Thursday Sept. 12 at 6pm.