Brookline's Fire Department is headquartered on the second floor of the Public Safety Building on Washington Street.…More The department's Fire Prevention Division, which is responsible for overseeing fire regulations and issuing relevant permits, has an office on the first-floor lobby.
The department is lead by Chief Peter Skerry.
Washington Square Fire Station 665 Washington St, Brookline, MA02446 The Washington Square Fire Station, also referred to as Fire Station #7, was designed in 1898 and now houses a fire…More engine and paramedic unit.
Hammond Street Fire Station 962 Hammond St, Chestnut Hill, MA02467 Located just north of Horace James Circle on Hammond Street, Fire Station #6 houses a fire engine and is home to…More Brookline's fire training facilities.
Brookline Village Fire Station 140 Washington St, Brookline, MA02445 Fire Station #1 was built on the site of an older firehouse on Route 9 in 1907. The fire station now houses an engine…More truck and ladder truck, as well as the deputy chief's car.
Monmouth Park Monmouth St & Saint Marys St, Brookline, MA02446 Monmouth Park is a small fenced park adjacent to a converted firehouse that now houses the Brookline Arts Center. The…More park includes benches, a small lawn and a fire-engine themed playground equipment, complete with steering wheels, water gauges and fire hoses.
Fire Opal 320 Harvard St, Brookline, MA02446 Fire Opal sells colorful and unique jewelry with designs that feature a nature theme. It is a popular spot for women's…More gifts in the area.
Housed in a former fire house on Monmouth Street, the non-profit Brookline Community Arts Center offers a wide range…More of community art classes for adults, children and families. The center also organizes rotating exhibits of local and internationally renowned artists.
Free and reduced-cost classes are available for elderly residents and low-income children.
Susan Navarre serves as the center's executive director.
Young Israel of Brookline 62 Green St, Brookline, MA02446 Young Israel of Brookline claims to support one of the largest Orthodox congregations in New England. The…More congregation dedicated its new synagogue on Green Street in 1996, after an electrical fire destroyed its previous home two years earlier. The new facility includes a sanctuary with room for 527 people, beit midrash and Judaica library, banquet hall with kosher catering facilities, bridal room, classrooms and offices.
Total Security 1388 Beacon St, Brookline, MA02446 Total Security is a full-service locksmith and security service serving the Brookline area. Technicians assist with lock…More replacement, master key systems, fire/panic devices, mailboxes and more. Total Security also sells hardware for residential and commercial locations. To schedule an appointment, call the number provided.
Situated in the heart of Brookline Village, Brookline's six-story town hall is home to the majority of the town's…More offices and serves as a meeting place for its many boards, commissions and committees. The building was completely gutted and renovated in 2008.
Town Hall is home to the school, finance and public works departments, as well as the offices of the town clerk, town counsel, town administrator and Board of Selectmen. The police, fire and health departments are housed in adjacent buildings in Brookline Village.
Metered parking is available in a lot between Town Hall the Pierce School and on nearby streets, though spaces can be hard to find during evening meetings. Town Hall is a short walk from the Brookline Village Station on the T.
Public restrooms are located adjacent to the Treasurer's Office on the ground floor, or across from the elevators on all other floors.
Flood Control 1018 Beacon St, Brookline, MA02446 In the Brookline area since 1994, Flood Control is a fire, water and emergency restoration and cleaning service. They're…More on call 24/7/365 and can provide quick removal of mold, sewage, smoke and even temporary electricity. Call or visit their website to learn more.
Coolidge Corner Fire Station 49 Babcock St, Brookline, MA02446 Also referred to as Fire Station #5, the Coolidge Corner station was built in 1965 to replace a firehouse located on…More what is now the playfield for the Devotion School. It now houses an engine truck and tower truck.