Welcome to the website of the Randolph-Hampton Fire District.
In 2001 the City of Randolph and the City of Hampton combined their volunteer fire departments into what is now known as the Randolph-Hampton Fire District. With a roster of 33 Volunteer Firefighters the Randolph-Hampton Fire District provides fire and rescue service to the cities of Hampton and Randolph as well as parts of six rural townships covering over 65 square miles. Today, the tradition of volunteerism that was begun in 1949 continues with the all volunteer Randolph-Hampton Fire District.
What does it take to become a Firefighter?
All new firefighter candidates are interviewed, and then must pass a physical agility test prior to being accepted for membership. New firefighters must attend Firefighter I training and become certified First Responders. Some members continue their training with Firefighter II and some become certified Emergency Medical Technicians. Fire District members meet three times each month to conduct business and training. Periodically State Fire Schools are offered throughout the state, these sessions are usually conducted on a weekend and members may choose to attend specific training courses of their own choice. Members are encouraged but not required to attend these courses.
This site was updated on 4-13-2013