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Rochester Fire Department Unveils New Website

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Rochester Fire Department
Mark Dupuis, Interim Chief
37 Wakefield Street
Rochester, NH 03867


Friday, July 28, 2017

Contact: John Guilfoil
Phone: 603-471-3154
Email: john@jgpr.net

Rochester Fire Department Unveils New Website

ROCHESTER — Interim Chief Mark Dupuis is pleased to announce that the Rochester Fire Department has launched its new website, giving residents an updated and modern space to access department news, resources and safety information.

The new site has a clean, user-friendly design featuring large photos, a news blog and easy access to fire prevention resources.

“Our new website will provide the community with an updated platform to follow what’s happening in the department and access important safety information,” Interim Chief Dupuis said. “I hope residents will take a moment to browse the new site, become familiar with its features, and read our latest news posts.”

Sections featured on the website include department history, a complete roster and permit information. Residents can also visit the news blog to stay up to date with all of the latest fire department news and updates.

The website was designed and created by John Guilfoil Public Relations LLC (JGPR) as part of the company’s ongoing contract with The City of Rochester to provide communications and digital services for the city. JGPR designs websites and performs communications, social media, and media relations services tailored to government agencies, police and fire departments, non-profits, and small businesses. The company and city will next be unveiling the Rochester City News Portal before the company embarks on a new website design for the Rochester Police Department.

Members of the Rochester Fire Department also attended a training session recently with JGPR, where they learned how to use the WordPress software to make updates to the website in a timely fashion.


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