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DUNSTABLE — Residents looking for information online about the Fire Department should have an easier time moving forward.

Fire Chief Paul Zbikowski said Tuesday that the Fire Department is launching a new website, dunstablefire.com. The website, designed by John Guilfoil Public Relations, looks to offer users an “interactive home page” a “modern design” and improved accessibility for users.

The new website will help residents access burn permits easier, find information on fire education and prevention, in addition to showing department-run training events. Residents can also contact the department directly online, sign up for programs, connect with the department on social media and see “Yearly Run Stats” that showcase the number of calls the department responds to throughout the year.

“I am very pleased with how our new site came out, and I would like to thank everyone who helped and contributed to it,” Zbikowski said in a statement. “The site is more organized and really showcases the values of our department.”

According to Zbikowski, the website will also highlight the work and training members of the department are doing. Community members who want to join the department will also be able to find a registration form.

“Our old site was really outdated, and did not allow residents to access important links or forms, including home safety information and open burning permits,” said firefighter/EMT Jonathan McCue. “I am really excited to have this site allow users to see what we do as a Department on a more personal level.”

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