Fire & EMS

Howland Fire & EMS Department

Our department is located in Howland, Maine. We cover an area of over 3,300 residence. Founded over 60 years ago, our department has largely consisted of passionate volunteers. Over the past three years we've grown from a volunteer department to a fully staffed Fire/EMS Paramedic service to not only Howland but neighboring communities and statewide service. Just this past year we added a full-time Chief, Joshua McNally who is also a Paramedic and two additional full-time Paramedics. Our staff are dedicated individuals who, despite the risks of the profession, provide our community with important fire protection and safety services 24/7.

To learn more about the Howland Fire & EMS department, visit the official Howland Fire & EMS Department website (Howlandfire.house)

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Fire/EMS Staff and Town Manager
Howland Fire/EMS Volunteer Their Time for the King's Bridge Ceremony August 27th
Howland Fire/EMS Battle Blaze on March 4th

Howland Fire/EMS plus 9 other area departments assisted in battling a structure fire on March 4, 2017 in Passadumkeag

Maine State Grange EMT/Firefighters of the year 2015 Joann & George Mason

From The Bangor Daily News

George and Joan Mason of Howland received the Firefighter-EMT of the Year Award on Oct. 22, at the 142nd annual Convention of the Maine State Grange in Skowhegan. In the audience were Howland Town Manager William Lawrence and Selectmen Glenn Brawn, Mike Harris, Thomas Hunter, Joseph Dunn and Andrew Leblanc. Petra Harris also attended. Gail Wallace and Bonnie Weymouth Anderson represented Ammadamast Grange.

Christine Corliss, Maine State Grange director of community service-family, health and hearing said that it was an honor to present the Masons with the award, a desk plate and a check in the amount of $100. The Masons asked that the check to donated to the Salvation Army.