Town of Pembroke Massachusetts
Town Hall
Herring Run in Summer Little Sandy Bottom Pond
100 Center Street, Pembroke, MA 02359 Fire Department



J. Michael Hill
Acting Fire Chief

Deputy Chief J. Michael Hill
Emergency Management Co-director

Emergency : 911

Pembroke Center Fire Station
172 Center Street
Pembroke, MA 02359


North Pembroke Fire Station
380 Washington Street
Pembroke, MA 02359

To report a fire or request an ambulance:

  • Call 911
  • Speak clearly
  • tell dispatcher TYPE of fire or emergency
  • give your name and address
  • DO NOT hang up until all information is given



On July 18, 2015, the Pembroke Fire Department will have a dedication ceremony for the new Fire
Alarm Dispatch Center. The dispatch center was procured with funds from a grant given to the
Pembroke Fire Department from Homeland Security.
The dedication will be open to the public.

Pembroke Fire Department has been given the unique opportunity to display an 8 foot long piece of
steel beam from the fallen Twin Towers, after the events of 9/11/01. The steel beam will be on display
on the apparatus floor of the Pembroke Fire Department for two weeks, where it will stay until it
moves on to its final resting place at the Weymouth Fire Department. Thanks to the efforts of FF Brad
Flannery, and the Weymouth Fire Department, who approached FF Mark Gassiraro and the Pembroke
Fire Department about displaying this unbelievably humbling piece of history, before the Weymouth
Fire Department constructs a permanent monument for the beam.

It seems appropriate to have the Dispatch center dedication ceremony, in conjunction with the
display of the 9/11 steel beam because the monies for the Dispatch center were acquired through a
grant from Homeland Security.

The steel beam is representative of all the police and fire fighters who lost their lives on 9/11. It is also
a reminder of the members of the military, including Matthew Bean, who lost their lives defending
our country after the events of 9/11.


Tot Finder and Handicapped Persons decal may be obtained at any time.

Burning permits must be obtained from the Fire Chief. Burning is permitted only when determined safe by the Fire Chief.
Safety Tips for Open Burning Season pdf, from the Mass. Fire Marshal

Carbon monoxide alarms (Nicole's Law) State web site

Massachusetts Department of Public Services


Emergency and Disaster Information

Pembroke Emergency Management Agency
MEMA : Massachusetts Emergency Management Administration
FEMA : Federal Emergency Management Administration