Barnstable Firefighters L-3276

Barnstable Firefighters L-3276 Barnstable Professional Firefighters Local 3276. This local consists of 17 members Donations are accepted throughout the year.
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President: Nicholas Black
Vice President: Ryan Jones
Secretary: John Fleming
Treasurer: Keith Stranger
Member at Large: Brian Tyson

The Barnstable Professional Firefighters Local 3276 is the unionized members of the Barnstable Fire Department. It is made up of the 17 suppression staff members of the department and is heavily involved in the community in fundraising, donations of money, time and

items. The participation, views and support of the union does not reflect the support, endorsement or views of the Barnstable Fire Department. Fundraising for Local 3276 is primarily based on an annual fall fundraiser and comedy show and followed up by the annual Halloween Fundraiser at Sam Diego's in Hyannis. The local gives back to the community in several ways including annual monetary donations to:
Toys for tots
Annual Muscular dystrophy Fill The Boot (100% of money collected)
Muscular Dystrophy Chili Challenge
Barnstable Village Holiday Stroll Chili booth
Homeless for the holidays
Climb for Air Lung Cancer fundraiser
Annual donation to Pan Mass
P-Town Run to the Top
Barnstable Village New Years "SPLASH" sponsor


with recent donations to:
Barnstable Highschool After Prom Celebration
Barnstable Highschool Boys Hockey Boosters Club
Barnstable West Barnstable Elementary School Playground/ PTA donation
Dana farber 5K race sponsor

12/02/2023
Today members of the Barnstable Fire Department participated in the practical portion of training to comply with the new...
11/29/2023

Today members of the Barnstable Fire Department participated in the practical portion of training to comply with the new state Nero’s Law. This law passed, allowing the use of  ambulances and staffing to treat Police K-9s that get injured on duty. Town of Barnstable Fire Departments; Barnstable, Hyannis, C-O-MM, and Cotuit participated in this training. The class was presented by Barnstable Police K-9 units and local veterinarians Dr. Sally Mahoney and Dr. Larry Venezia.

Barnstable Fire Local 3276 is proud to once again support this great cause.  Drop any unwrapped gift at the fire station...
11/28/2023

Barnstable Fire Local 3276 is proud to once again support this great cause. Drop any unwrapped gift at the fire station up to 12/10 10am. Come drop a gift off and have a cup of our delicious chili during our Christmas stroll next Wednesday 12/6.

Group 1 assisted with removal of a damaged flag from a residents house today.  A neighbor had come in to the station and...
11/28/2023

Group 1 assisted with removal of a damaged flag from a residents house today. A neighbor had come in to the station and asked for a hand. His elderly neighbor passed away last week and he wanted to make sure the flag came down so it could be replaced. The man who passed was a proud Army Airborne veteran and loved to tell our crews of his service when we came to see him from time to time. He will be missed. Thank you for your service sir!

Adam and Doug have joined the Barnstable Fire Department for the year as interns fromBarnstable High School. Today they ...
11/15/2023

Adam and Doug have joined the Barnstable Fire Department for the year as interns from
Barnstable High School. Today they were introduced to basic search techniques and following a hose line. It is a goal to expose the interns to various skills and aspects of being a firefighter, to help them decide on future academic and career choices. *Several past interns from departments within the Town of Barnstable now work on fire departments throughout Cape Cod.

8 BFD members attended this great training.
11/13/2023

8 BFD members attended this great training.

Thinking of our BPD family and especially Officer Jackson during this tough time.
11/09/2023

Thinking of our BPD family and especially Officer Jackson during this tough time.

Thoughts with Chief Sherman’s Family
11/06/2023

Thoughts with Chief Sherman’s Family

The Yarmouth Fire Department, MA regrets to announce the passing of retired Chief Randall Sherman. Chief Sherman served the Town of Yarmouth Massachusetts for 37 years, starting at the age of 19. He was Chief for 4 years, retiring in 2008. He was an active member of the fire service his entire career, serving many years as an elected member of the Barnstable County Retirement Board. Services are being planned for November 18th, details will be made available when finalized. Please keep the Sherman family in your thoughts.

11/04/2023
11/04/2023

All set on boxes for Barnstable Fire. Thank you

11/03/2023

Anyone have moving boxes they want to get rid of? Barnstable Fire needs some to move our kitchen while we renovate and install our new kitchen. We’d ideally grab them tomorrow if possible.

E-205 on Trunk or Treat deail at the YMCA West Barnstable. Stop by the YMCA today October 26th 5p-7p 👨🏻‍🚒🚒🧛🏻‍♂️
10/26/2023

E-205 on Trunk or Treat deail at the YMCA West Barnstable. Stop by the YMCA today October 26th 5p-7p 👨🏻‍🚒🚒🧛🏻‍♂️

10/19/2023

DFS welcomed about 20 Youth Firesetting Prevention & Intervention ( ) program directors and managers from across the Commonwealth yesterday. With members of the Massachusetts Firefighting Academy, Massachusetts State Police Fire & Explosion Investigation Unit, and Fire Safety Division, we began sharing information with an eye to identifying best practices and building consensus for new and existing programs. Thanks to all our guests for joining us -- and for the important work they do!

10/17/2023

👩‍🚒Barnstable Fire Department 👩‍🚒stopped by today to share important Fire Safety Tips with our Lower Level Students from PK - 4th grade. 🔥🔥

❓So many questions❓and smiles 😃 all around! Thanks for visiting with us!

10/08/2023
10/04/2023
10/04/2023

It’s spooky season! 🎃 👻

Most recruits know him as one of the best down to earth instructors.  He is a calm presence with an amazing amount of kn...
09/20/2023

Most recruits know him as one of the best down to earth instructors. He is a calm presence with an amazing amount of knowledge. Enjoy your well deserved retirement.

09/14/2023

Monday September 11th, 2023, The Wellfleet Fire Department extinguished a 2nd alarm building fire in their town. During the fire Barnstable Firefighters responded to the Eastham Fire Department with our Ladder 206 as part of the 2nd alarm mutual aid response of fire apparatus to help cover the region with a ladder truck while several area firefighters fought the fire.

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