QUESTIONS REGARDING COVID-19
Have you in the past 14 days:
Traveled to Vermont from MA or NY or one of the affected countries or regions?
Been in contact with a Novel Coronavirus/COVID-19 infected person?
Have you been to a health care facility (hospital, walk-in clinic, emergency room) where people are infected with Novel Coronavirus/COVID-19 are being treated?
Have you had the following symptoms in the last few days:
*Feel uncomfortable or unwell - especially with respiratory symptoms (cough, fever, shortness of breath, difficulty breathing?)
If you answered YES, to any of the questions, please call your medical provider and seek their recommendation. If you need any further assistance or have questions, call the Brattleboro Fire Department at 254-4831.
Thank you in advance for your cooperation.
Neighbors Helping Neighbors
Click HERE for information on Brattleboro Area Mutual Aid
SMOKE ALARMS SAVES LIVES
Do you reside in the town of Brattleboro?
Do you need assistance in an emergency or know someone who does?
Do you have challenges that would make leaving your home difficult?
The Town of Brattleboro is creating a registry so that in times of need residents who need extra assistance can get the help they need.
Forms can be found at the Municipal Center, 230 Main Street
Brooks Memorial Library, 224 Main Street
Senior Center, 207 Main Street
and the Brattleboro Fire Department, 103 Elliot Street.
You can also fill out the form online. Click here.
Please call Cindy Martel, Office Administrator at 802-254-4831 for more information. Thank you.
Focused on Community
As a fire department, we aren't just here to put out fires. We are here to be a part of this community. To see some of the ways the fire department can help you, head over to our Resources page.