Walpole Fire Rescue
The new Walpole Fire Station opened on June 2, 2018. The Walpole Fire Rescue building was constructed on the site of the old Main Fire Station on Stone Street. The new, multi-story fire station is 22,000 square feet and houses all of the Town of Walpole’s fire operations including Administration, Fire Fighting, Rescue and Dispatch services.
The building includes six double-depth apparatus bays which house the department’s fire engines, ladder truck, ambulances, and other support vehicles. The two-story Administration and Support wing houses the Department’s administrative offices, watch-room, back-up dispatch, and bunking quarters for the fire fighters. The Station has a new fuel station for the Town located on the site. Designed by Schwartz Silver Architects with Mitchell Associates.