The Stratham Volunteer Fire Department protects the homes, businesses, and people working and living in the six square miles of Stratham. It operates out of a single station on Winnicut Road. The original station was built by members in 1955 with an addition added in the late 1960’s to make room for additional equipment. The station has 6 truck/ambulance bays. The Stratham fire department has one of the lowest occurrences of structure fires in the seacoast area. This low number is attributable much new construction which meets applicable codes. Most of the equipment purchased each year is paid for by the annual Stratham Fair which also defrays tax costs to the residents of Stratham.
In addition to the Chief, Matt Larrabee, there are 10 officers and 60 members of the volunteer department. The services provided to the community in addition to fire protection are EMS, Search and Rescue and Extrication.
For more information on the Stratham fire department visit www.strathamfire.org.
The Town of Stratham, the Volunteer Fire Department,
and the Office of Emergency Management,
would like to Thank the following
businesses and individuals
for their generosity and assistance
in completing this building project for Stratham’s Future:
Building Committee Representatives:
David Canada Lucy Cushman
Michael Daley David Emanuel
Stephen Flink Lissa Ham
Robert Law Bruce Scamman
David Short Stan Walker
Richard Wood Marty Wool
Susan Conway and Mark Stevens
Seacoast Media Group/ The Exeter Newsletter
Crow Construction Corp.
SVFD Ladies Auxiliary
Terry and Patsy Barnes
The Taxpayers of Stratham – Project Funding
and Continuing Support.