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.
7 days ago
Come join us tomorrow Jan. 15th from 5-8 pm for our monthly all you can eat spaghetti dinner. $10 dine-in or carry-out.
The menu will include;
Spaghetti with your choice of meat sauce or plain sauce.
Ice Tea and Lemonade
We hope to see you! ... See MoreSee Less
1 week ago
Tonight at the departments business meeting, the “Kent Island Cruisers” car club presented the department with a generous donation. We are always humbled by the support from our community and the donation will be placed in our building fund. ... See MoreSee Less
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2 weeks ago
P.L. Jones Boatyard & Marina launched New Fire Boat 2 Today to test out all the working components of the New Fire Boat. We look forward to bringing the New Fire Boat Home in the Near Future.Testing all the bells and whistles on the new Jones 36’ - Grasonville Fire Boat! Grasonville Volunteer Fire Department ... See MoreSee Less
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2 weeks ago
Queen Anne’s County is collecting nuisance flood information and would like to know what areas do you see repetitive flooding? Please comment below with closest address or cross street ... See MoreSee Less
500 Kent Narrows Way N, Grasonville, MD 21638
Perrys corner / grasonville park
Helen M. Katinas
Perry's Corner at Grasonville Park ... Rt 18 at the pumping station just north of the Narrows ... Rt 18 South after Oyster Cove ...
Well, if this bridge traffic doesn’t go away , everyone’s house will be underwater
Knapp Rd at dead end area.
EXACTLY what Ed Weglein said. “Perry's Corner at Grasonville Park ... Rt 18 at the pumping station just north of the Narrows ... Rt 18 South after Oyster Cove ...”
Merry Christmas from Our Family to Yours. ... See MoreSee Less
Merry Christmas to you all and best wishes for a safe new year. Thank you for all you do!
Merry Christmas to you all and may God continue to bless the Grasonville VFD.
🎄Merry Christmas to you too🎄
Merry Christmas to everyone at Station 2
Merry Christmas 🎄
Merry Christmas chief
UPDATE: Property damage accident only, all units placed in service.
Engine 22 is currently responding to assist the Kent Island Volunteer Fire Department with a motor vehicle accident with a report of someone trapped located on Main St. in the area of the Rams Head restaurant. Use caution in the area. ... See MoreSee Less
Just after 5 pm units from Grasonville, Kent Island Volunteer Fire Department, Queenstown Volunteer Fire Department, and Goodwill Fire Company were dispatched for a chimney fire on Caspian Dr in Grasonville. Engine 25, Engine 22, Truck 2, Engine-Tanker 2, and Chief 2 made the response. After arrival crews found fire in the walls on the first floor. Crews opened up and extinguished the fire quickly containing it to the area around the chimney. Crews worked for around an hour before returning to service. Officer 201 had the Caspian Dr command. ... See MoreSee Less
Well done and great job getting the fire out before it spread!
I live on Caspian Drive and if there is anything your family needs please reach out. Thank God no one was hurt. Thank you to all volunteers.
Omg that’s awful ! Praying for all involved!
I cannot begin to think of the damage that could have happened had all the members not been at the station already ❤️
Thank you volunteers for helping the family in our neighborhood this evening.
Great work guys! 👍🏼
Grateful no one was hurt. Prayers for the family
Thank you for your service to our community.
This is the house I built in ‘04 and sold a few years back. Lacrosse makes a great home. Glad all are safe!!
Thank you for responding so quickly to my home and containing the fire. All of you are God sent and I will forever be indebted to you.
Great job volunteers.
So sad !!! Glad no one was hurt !!! Praying for your family!!!
Hopefully no one was hurt.
Good job everyone!
Prayers for all involved
Nichole Rae Wooten
Fundraiser is in order
We would like to sincerely thank our community for the continued support with all of our fundraising efforts in 2019. With your help and the dedication of our amazing volunteers, we have exceeded our expectations and come much closer to reaching our goal of building a new firehouse.
We would like to wish everyone a safe and happy holidays, from our family to yours! ... See MoreSee Less
Thank you Santa and his helpers. Greenwood Shoals says thank you!
Thanks for coming down Tall Pines! We have tons of kids in the court but it seems they missed you.
Hope everyone enjoyed!
***** Attention ***** The yearly Santa run with the volunteers of Grasonville will begin today at 11 am. There are two routes today with route #1 starting Main Street in the Kent Narrows area and route # 2 starting Main Street to Cemetery Road. ... See MoreSee Less
Grasonville Volunteers are currently transferred to Anne Arundel County Company 3 Riva while there units are working a 2nd alarm dwelling fire. Engine 22 operating on an elevator malfunction with 1 trapped, subject was removed from the elevator without incident. Asst. Chief McCombs had the command. ... See MoreSee Less
Our Annual Santa Run is Tomorrow starting at 11 a.m. We hope to see everyone!! ... See MoreSee Less
I will be looking for you on Marlborough Road.
Please don’t forget to come down to Marborough Road
Destiny Burke Ashley Burke
Come see us tonight for Dinner with Santa!!
5 - 8 pm all you can eat Spaghetti, garlic bread and salad.
Carry-outs are also available.
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Unfortunately do to the Inclement Weather and Fog Conditions, we are rescheduling Our Santa Run til Next Saturday December 21st. This will be safer for everyone and allow better visibility for everyone to see Santa. ... See MoreSee Less
Thank you. Stay safe!!!!
Rescue 2 and Engine 22 are currently operating on Route 50 Eastbound on an MVC. They have one car on its side with one person trapped.
Update: The patient was extricated through the window and transported to the hospital. ... See MoreSee Less
thank you GVFD for what you do.
Always in a big hurry.....
Good job guys