The Grasonville Volunteer Fire Department is one of 9 totally volunteer fire departments in Queen Anne’s County Maryland. Station 2 is located at 4128 Main Street in the heart of Grasonville. The department prides itself on giving the residents of Grasonville and surrounding communities the very best service possible.
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3 weeks ago
Our Monthly Chicken BBQ is Today. Chicken will be ready for purchase at 10 a.m. Come out and Support Your Volunteers. ... See MoreSee Less
Delicious as always. Thank you!!
best BBQ Chicken in Queen Anne's County today. Come on out and support our first responders.
UPDATE: We have SOLD OUT of Team Spots for the Golf Tournament. We are Thankful for everyone that has registered their team and everyone that is still calling to register teams. This is the First Time we have Sold Out our Golf Tournament and we are Truly Thankful.
Bronze and Silver Sponsorship's are still Available.
THANK YOU!! ... See MoreSee Less
Are you going to have the Bull & Oyster Roast this year?
Our Monthly Chicken BBQ is this Sunday. We Hope to See you There!!! ... See MoreSee Less
Yesterday we held our Annual Company Picnic.
Members had a chance to take some time off and spend the day with each other and their families.
We would like to thank the Easton Volunteer Fire Dept. MD for covering our station for the day. ... See MoreSee Less
It's so nice you could take a break and enjoy the day. Thank you for all you do.
You guys/gals deserved it!!
1 month ago
Around 3:45 a.m. this morning Engine 22, Truck 2, and Engine Tanker 2 responded to the 100 Block of McKenney Lane in the 4-3 Box for the House Fire. First arriving units found a working fire and a Tanker Task Force was requested. Our units worked on the scene for about 2 hours before returning to service. ... See MoreSee Less
GOOD JOB GUYS BE SAFE
The family is devastated and lost everything. Thankfully they all got out in time.
Thanks to our volunteers
Great job by everyone!
Looks like a hell of a save .
Solid work boys!
Thanks guys & gals!!
Monday night we had a surprise visit from the Bennett Point Community Association to present us with a generous donation.
The wonderful citizens of their community were concerned with the impact that COVID has taken on our fundraising efforts and came together to donate to our building fund.
Our Department is extremely humbled and grateful for the never ending support of our amazing community!
Picture is Karl Brown (BPIA President) to the right, presenting a check to GVFD President Matt Coursey on the left. ... See MoreSee Less
God bless the em.
WAY TO GO
Truck 2 stood by for the Easton VFD today while their members attended the Funeral for Mr. Leonard Rieck. ... See MoreSee Less
If you have a few minutes today, stop down to Prospect Bay!! ... See MoreSee Less
Volunteers have been busy handling numerous calls including flooding and trees/wires down. As the storm let’s up, please use extreme caution wondering out of your homes and be sure to avoid driving or walking through standing water. ... See MoreSee Less
Piney Creek rd by Exxon, has a car in deep water too.
Is there a list of closed roads?
Our volunteers are taking precautions to prepare for the possibility of severe weather tomorrow. We hope you do the same. Here are a few things to remember that could minimize property damage and potentially reduce our volunteers time out in the storm.
-Make sure you secure or bring in any loose items around your yard and dock.
- Pull out or secure you’re boat.
- If you have a generator, make sure to top it off with fuel and never let it run inside.
- Make sure phones are fully charged.
- Have a supply of bottled water and food.
- Never go outside in strong winds.
- Never drive or walk through standing water.
As always, your volunteers will be ready to serve, no matter the conditions. If you need help, never wait to call!• FLASH FLOOD WATCH IN EFFECT FROM TODAY (8/3) AT 1000AM UNTIL WEDNESDAY (8/5)
• COASTAL FLOOD WATCH IN EFFECT FROM TUESDAY (8/4) AT 1100AM UNTIL WEDNESDAY (8/5)
• TROPICAL STORM WARNING NOW IN EFFECT
• TS Isaias expected to become a Hurricane again today
• Timing for impacts to our area: Tuesday morning into Tuesday evening
o Wind speeds of 58 – 73 mph anticipated
Hurricane Force wind gusts possible (>73mph)
o Significant amounts of rainfall expected
5 – 8 inches of rain
o Flash flooding likely especially in low laying areas
o Locally moderate storm surge inundation on Chesapeake Bay
1 – 3 feet of storm surge inundation ... See MoreSee Less
Stop by and Grab a Delicious Meal before we are Sold Out! ... See MoreSee Less
It was delicious! My family loved it!
Delicious and so moist😋
Join us this Sunday for our monthly Chicken BBQ!
Please come early, we have been selling out fast! ... See MoreSee Less
MVC - Overturned Trash Truck in the 900 Block of Bennett Point Road this morning. Rescue 2, Engine 22, and Chief 2 responded and were assisted by mutual aide companies. The occupants were transported with minor injuries.
Queenstown Volunteer Fire Department
Kent Island Volunteer Fire Department
Queen Anne's County Department of Emergency Services ... See MoreSee Less
Something or someone could've run out in front of them. When in a larger vehicle like this slamming on the brakes can easily cause it to flip. Don't be so judgemental.
Still running Donald Moltrup
Last Night at 11:21 p.m., the First Due Box Assignment was dispatched for a fire in the area of the Wawa in the 2-13 Box. Units arrived at 600 Winchester Creek Road to find a 1 1/2 Story house with fire showing from the Charlie Side. Several propane tanks and heating oil tanks were also on fire on the Charlie Side. Units went to work knocking down the fire and conducting searches of the house for possible occupants. All searches were negative and units worked for a extended time to overhaul the fire. The Office of the Maryland State Fire Marshal is investigating the cause of the fire. Our units were assisted by units from Queenstown Volunteer Fire Department, Kent Island Volunteer Fire Department, Goodwill Fire Company, United Communities Volunteer Fire Department, and Queen Anne's County Department of Emergency Services. Asst. Chief Marsh was the Incident Commander.
Thanks to the Crumpton Volunteer Fire Department for covering our First Due while our units were on scene of the fire. ... See MoreSee Less
Thankyou all firefighters, what caused it? this is 2nd fire in this area recently?
Good job ! You guys are awesome 👍
THANK YOU ALL! BE SAFE!
Michelle Windsor Abplanalp