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Norwood Fire Protection Inc.
30 Old Page St, Stoughton, MA 02072
Norwood Fire Protection supplies fire-protection equipment and designs and installs reliable sprinkler systems forMore clients in Stoughton and elsewhere in New England. The company, established in 1969, is licensed and insured, and gives its clients proper fire-protection education to prevent hazards.  
Ed Lyons Fire Equipment
1643 Central St, Stoughton, MA 02072
In business for over 45 years, Ed Lyons Fire serves fire departments across New England in varying capacities. ItMore provides protective clothing, firefighting tools, and hardware, as well as lighting, electrical and rescue equipment. 
Stoughton Fire Department Station #2
1550 Central St, Stoughton, MA 02072

The Stoughton Fire Department's Station #2 is located on Central Street, a little more than a mile from the downtown.More Problems with mold forced this building to close in 2006, shortly after it was built. But Station #2 reopened in October 2010 and now serves as the Fire Department's headquarters, housing the department's administrative offices.  David M. Jardin is the current Fire Chief and Mark Dolloff is the current deputy chief.  

The mission of the Stoughton Fire Department, according to its website, is to "minimize the loss of life and property resulting from fires, medical emergencies, environmental, and other disasters...through fire suppression, advanced life support medical services, fire prevention, public education, code enforcement, and other emergent and non-emergent activities with properly trained and fully equipped personnel."

The business line for the Central Street Station is 781-344-3170, or 781-341-4084, or 781-297-0922.

The emergncy line for both the Central Street and Freeman Street stations is 911 or 781-344-3131.

Check out the Department's Facebook page here.

Stoughton Fire Department Station #1
30 Freeman St, Stoughton, MA 02072

The Stoughton Fire Department's Station #1 is located on Freeman Street, just about 100 yards from the downtown area.More It served as the headquarters for the department before the Central Street Station (Station #2) was built. David M. Jardin is the current Fire Chief and Mark Dolloff is the current deputy chief.

The Freeman Street Station's business line is 781-344-3132 or 781-341-9866. 

The emergency line for both stations is 911 or 781-344-3131. 

Check out the Department's Facebook page here.