Abington Firefighters IAFF Local 2080

The Abington Fire Fighters Local 2080 is a permanent firefighters union with 25 members, located in Abington, Massachusetts.


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About Abington Firefighters Local 2080

Mission Statement
The mission of the Abington Firefighters Local 2080, established on 27 August, 1971, is to improve the lives of our hard working men and women and to bring economic stability and equality to the workplace. To accomplish this mission we strive toward a cohesive professional relationship with the Town Of Abington to provide the best fire service possible to the citizens of Abington.

As first responders to various types of fires, public safety hazards, medical emergencies, natural disasters and terrorist acts, the Abington Firefighters Local 2080 protects the lives and property of the town's residents and visitors. The Department advances public safety through its fire prevention, investigation and education programs. The timely delivery of these services enables the Abington Firefighters Local 2080 to make significant contributions to the safety of the Town Of Abington and the surrounding communities.






News & Information

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New Online Store!

Aug 21, 2021
We've launched our new online store! Bear with us as we work out some of the kinks, but click the link inside early and often to see updates on apparel, stickers, etc. as well as upcoming fundraiser shirts and designs!

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Abington Fire New Station Project Website

Jun 05, 2020
Inside this article you will find the link to the website outlining details proving that our fire station has become outdated due to the ever changing fire service we live and work in daily.

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Jarrod Driscoll Promoted to Captain

May 16, 2020
The Abington Fire Department is pleased to announce the promotion of Firefighter/Paramedic Jarrod Driscoll to the position of Fire Captain.

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Jack Glynn Promoted to Deputy Fire Chief

May 11, 2020
The Abington Fire Department is pleased to announce that Captain John W. Glynn (Jack) has been promoted to the rank of Deputy Fire Chief effective this date. Jack has over 31 years experience in the Fire Service, is a 24-year veteran of this department, not including his 5 years of service in fire departments in Florida, and as an experienced paramedic in the South Shore area.

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A Firefighter's Sendoff

May 08, 2020
The official information for Deputy Howe includes his initial start date of 1984 as a Firefighter, promotion to Fire Captain in 2006, and promotion to Deputy Fire Chief in 2015, where he has headed the Department’s Fire Prevention division.

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Deputy Chief Howe Announces Retirement

Apr 29, 2020
Deputy Chief Ron Howe will be working his final shift at the Abington Fire Department on May 7, 2020.

In Our Community

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Past Apparatus

Apr 25, 2020
A list of Abington Fire's retired apparatus that have served their time for our department over the years.

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Current Apparatus

Apr 25, 2020
A running list of the current fleet of Abington Fire Department's apparatus.

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Meet Our Members

Apr 20, 2020

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Committed to Community Initiative

Mar 26, 2020
In the last 8 days since we began our #CommittedToCommunity initiative, we have visited with and supported many of our local businesses who are all under a financial burden during these difficult times we find ourselves in.


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MDA Fill the Boot Fundraiser

Since 1954, IAFF members have shown an unwavering commitment to defeating muscular dystrophy and related life-threatening diseases. Click for more information on how you can donate to a great cause!

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