Level 3 Significant Drought

The Commonwealth has declared a Level 3 Significant Drought across most of the Commonwealth. Residents and businesses are urged to minimize overall water use and to stop non-essential outdoor watering. Click here to learn water conservation tips

$250 Gift Cards

Visit www.revere.org/ARPA for program details, required documentation, and the application.


Water system improvements will take place across the city.Learn more

Winthrop Ave and Ocean Ave Fire Relief

Please donate to the Winthrop Avenue and Ocean Avenue Fire Relief. Thank you.Learn more

Covid Update

View Testing, Resources, Data, and Vaccination info. 

Fire Department

The Revere Fire Department's mission is to protect the lives and property of all Revere residents. We respond to fires, medical emergencies, motor vehicle collisions, hazardous material incidents, technical rescue incidents, water rescues and all other incidents that threaten life, health and the environment. We also prevent fires through aggressive code enforcement, investigations, and fire safety education.


Point of Pines Fire Station Project

Study and Design Details

Firehouse Locations

Inspections and Permits

The Office of Fire Prevention is responsible for code enforcement, pre-construction plan review, issuing of permits, smoke detector certificate inspections and public education.

Residents and contractors are encouraged to visit the Fire Prevention Office at 400 Broadway using the rear entrance, or call Monday through Thursday, 8:00 am to 10:00 am and 3:30 pm to 4:30 pm. at (781) 286-8363

To apply for a Fire Alarm System permit, which is necessary for installing all required smoke and fire detection systems in commercial and residential buildings, visit www.revere.org/permitting.

For more detail about the City of Revere’s Smoke Detector and Carbon Monoxide Policy, see below.

Fire Investigation Unit

The Fire Investigation Unit is responsible for determining the origin and cause of all fires and explosions that occur within the city.  The members of the FIU work closely with the Office of the State Fire Marshal as well as local, state and federal law enforcement agencies to investigate these incidents.  Fires that are a result of a criminal act are referred to the Suffolk County District Attorney's Office for prosecution.

The FIU also works with the Revere School Department, Mass Department of Children and Families and the court system to refer children who set fires to a Juvenile Firesetters Intervention program.

Call the Fire Investigations Unit at 781-286-2244.

Latest News


City of Revere Emergency Page
Use for a wide variety of resources for fire and other safety suggestions.
Revere Fire Hydrants
For a list of fire hydrants in the city.
Revere Eligible List of Fire Fighters
For an updated state list of eligible fire fighters.
MGL Chapter 148 Section 26F
State Laws regarding smoke detectors.
MGL Chapter 148 Section 26F½
State Laws regarding carbon monoxide detectors.

Smoke and Carbon Monoxide Policy

Contact Information & Hours
Main Number
Fire Prevention
Fire Investigation Unit
Fire Prevention Walk-in
M–Th 8:00am – 10:00am
3:30pm – 4:30pm
Christopher P. Bright
Fire Chief

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