Theodore "Kim" White
PO Box 258
3 Station Road
Easton, ME 04740
Emergency Phone 911
Non-emergency (207) 488-6652
The Easton Fire Department consist of 25-30 paid/call firefighters providing: fire suppression, Rescue, HAZMAT, Inspection, and Fire-Life Safety Education to the Town of Easton, as well as mutual aid to all surrounding communities.
The Easton Fire Department was incorporated in 1955 and has served as an active organization in the Town of Easton Maine. The Easton Fire Dept. is under direction of Chief Theodore "Kim" White who has held this title for the past 27 years, and has been a volunteer firefighter for the past 40 years. Operating out of the Easton Station we have the ability to supply 9000 gallons of water to the scene of an emergency at one time. Although the Town of Easton does not have a hydrant system, techniques have been developed to "shuttle" water to the scene of a fire quickly and effectively. The Easton Fire Department also operates their own set of hydraulic rescue tools or "Jaws of Life" which are supplied by the Amkus Corporation, and are testedroutinely by both the Fire Dept. and by the corporation themselves. Although we are a paid/call or "volunteer" organization we do generate a very good response of firefighters in the community through the help of McCain Foods USA, Huber Engineered Woods, and the Easton School Dept. along with other employers or educators in the community who understand the need for the release of firefighters from their everyday lives during an emergency.
2010 E-One Fire Raider 2, 1800 gallon Pumper/Tanker, 1500 GPM, 30 gallon class A foam. Responds second out for all working fires.
1994 Central State 1500 gallon pumper, 1000 GPM, 20 gallon class A foam. Responds first out for all working fires, and second out for all rescue calls.
1984 Middlesex 1000 gallon pumper, 1000 GPM 2 stage pump, Responds first out for all grass/forest fire calls.
1985 Freightliner 5000 gallon tanker.
2007 Chevrolet, 4x4, carries hydraulic rescue tools, 5000 watt generator and medical equipment. Responds first out for all rescue calls, responds to all calls as manpower is available.