town-of-hebron-nh-public-safety-buildingOffice is located at

37 Groton Road
PO Box 97
Hebron, NH 03241 

Telephone: (603) 744-9468
To report an Emergency Dial 911

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Meetings 1st and 3rd Wednesday of the month at 7:00 P.M.

Department Personnel

Fire Chief and Emergency Management Director:  John Fischer (2017)
Deputy Emergency Management Director:  Travis Austin (2015)

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Forest Fire Warden:  William Robertie (2016)
Deputy Forest Fire Wardens:  Bruce Barnard, John Fischer, Roger Comeau, Samuel Comeau, Larry Kill, Dave Lloyd (2016)

911 Street Addresses

The Town of Hebron participates in mutual aid with other surrounding towns in the Lake Region.  911 emergency calls may be handled by another town's emergency services. It is essential that all residences have their 911 house number posted in a conspicuous location. Click here for Guidelines on Posting House Numbers.


Receive emergency notification calls from the Grafton County Sheriff's Department. Click here to add your contact information to the emergency database.


Fire Permits Required for Outdoor Burning

Fire Permits for Category I and Category II fires may be     through a service offered by the State of New Hampshire on Class 1, 2 or 3 fire danger days for a convenience fee of $3.00.

Category I Fire: means a small controlled fire such as a cooking fire, no greater then 2' in diameter contained with a ring of  fire resistive material or in a portable fire place. A Category I fire, conditions permitting, may be kindled with a permit at any time of day whether raining or not.

Category II Fire: means a controlled fire, such as a camp fire, no greater than 4' in diameter contained with a ring fire resistive material or in a portable fireplace. A Category II, conditions permitting, may only be kindled, with a permit, between the hours of 5:00pm and 9:00am (unless it is raining). 

All other fire permits are issued through Bill Robertie, Forest Fire Warden: Days 603-236-1100, Nights 603-744-8047. To review the daily fire danger for NH please go to

Select this link to review important information about Category I and Category II fire specifications: Category I and Category II Specifications 

To view an informational bulletin regarding certain outdoor fireplace permit exemptions, select this link: Outdoor Fireplaces



  • Burn Permits Now Required

     Now that the snow is melting, people are eager to clean up their yards by removing the fallen debris and leaves.  Please be aware that Burn Permits are now REQUIRED for all outdoor burning.  For more information about what can legally be burned go to: Burn Permits  Apply for burn permits  If you need to obtain a Burn Permit you may do so through the website on the Fire & EMT Department page.  The link is near the bottom of the page. Also, you may use this link for a renewal of seasonal fire pits.  If you have any questions and would like to talk to the Fire Warden, Bill Robertie, you may call his cell# at (603) 236-1100 or at home (603) 744-8047.    .


  • Fire Department - Reflective 911 Address Markers Available

    The Fire Department is offering reflective 911 address markers. The markers are: Highly visible day or night Reflective material on both sides Fade resistant, last for years Free installation (Hebron and Groton)