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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Thanks to Annie's Paramount Steak & Seafood House for dinner tonight! Checkout their takeout specials and remember to support your local business’s during these tough times. ... See MoreSee Less
have had their family fried chicken dinner and meatloaf dinner, and we highly recommend...lets take care of our community
Awesome crew right there!
Your not staying 6 foot apart!!!!!
Thank you for all that you do for our community! We appreciate you!
So awesome Nic Gills! 👏👏
Short Video from back in January when Members were conducting Sea Trials prior to Fireboat 2 coming home. ... See MoreSee Less
Units are working in the area of the Rt. 50 and Rt. 301 split (Queenstown) on a serious motor vehicle accident with entrapment. Rescue 2 and Chief 2 assisted units from the Queenstown Volunteer Fire Department extricate a patient from a mini van that had collided with a box truck. Meanwhile Engine 22 responded to the Queen Anne ER to set up a landing site for Trooper 6. ... See MoreSee Less
Awesome job to all on this call
I hate driving through that area, especially going south
🙏🙏🙏🙏 for all involved.
Sending prayers to all involved 🙏🏼🙏🏼
Prayers going up
Hunter Thomas damn that’s why we heard the helicopter
Valerie Megan thought it was a fly out!
Brandon Michael Lane
Austin Onnie Wilson
Just a reminder that tonight’s oyster dinner has been canceled. ... See MoreSee Less
FYI - RT. 50 Closures Today ... See MoreSee Less
Bringing high speed internet to East Podunk?
Brittany D Smith
We regret to inform our loyal supporters that we have decided to cancel this months oyster dinner.
Our Auxiliary is still selling home made Easter eggs though, please message the page to place an order!! ... See MoreSee Less
Information from Queen Anne’s CountyQAC Officials Announce Actions to Help Prevent the Spread of COVID-19
CENTREVILLE – Queen Anne’s County Officials announce a series of actions to help prevent the spread of the COVID-19 following yesterday’s announcements from Governor Larry Hogan.
County Government will remain open and conduct normal business; all essential and non-essential staff should report to work as scheduled. In order to continue our efforts to reduce the impacts of this public health and safety situation, the county will be taking the following precautions.
• Public access will be restricted in all county facilities until further notice. No one presenting flu like symptoms will be permitted to enter.
• Public meetings will be restricted to no more than 30 people.
• Senior Centers are closed for general purpose effective March 12.
• Recreational and sporting events (leagues) at County Parks including practices and games will be cancelled or postponed until March 27. County Parks will remain open for passive recreation only.
• Artificial turf field use is suspended until March 27.
• The state has closed all public schools until March 27. This includes after school activities.
• Visitations to the county Detention Center are cancelled until further notice.
• Chesapeake Heritage and Visitors Center will be closed on weekends beginning Saturday, March 14.
• Circuit Court Jury Trials and meetings are cancelled for the next 2 weeks. All other regular court business will proceed as scheduled at this time.
• Queen Anne’s County Sheriff’s Office will not be allowing visitors in the office or offering public fingerprinting.
• Queen Anne’s County Public Libraries will be working reduced hours Mon-Sat 10-4. All programs and meeting room usage will be cancelled until March 30.
This is a rapidly changing event so follow us on social media @QACGOV and qac.gov online for the latest updates to county government. For the latest information on COVID-19 follow Queen Anne’s County Department of Health @QADOH and qahealth.org ... See MoreSee Less
Volunteers taking advantage of the warm weather by cleaning and checking over equipment. By doing this it assures that equipment will work flawlessly when needed and gives members a chance to stay familiar with how they operate. ... See MoreSee Less
Don’t forget to wash the frame!
God bless em.
Just after 5pm units from Grasonville were alerted for a structure fire in Romancoke’s first due. Both Engines, the Truck, and Engine-Tanker made the response. Units arrived to find heavy fire in the rear of the structure. Units operated for around a hour and a half before returning to service. ... See MoreSee Less
Great work fellas way too get the rigs out there and keep everyone safe....
Hey do you guys know that the flashing warning lights on Main St do not come on whe you guys pull out?
Our First Chicken BBQ of the year is Today. Stop by to grab a Delicious Lunch. Our Auxiliary will also be selling their Easter Eggs and Fathers Day Crab Raffle Tickets. Stop by and Support Your Volunteers! ... See MoreSee Less
Come out tomorrow and get the first chicken of the year!!
We will start selling around 10 am and go until we are sold out. ... See MoreSee Less
Arriving conditions of today’s fire in Queenstown ... See MoreSee Less
Tonight I had the privilege of hanging out with the owner of this house at a local watering hole (no pun intended). It was amazing how spirited he was and it was an incredible privilege to discuss his plight and to convey some future preventive options. The owner (John) advised that his house, with the exception of one room and a closet, was a total loss. He fully praised those who valiantly tried to save it especially the members of the Grasonville Volunteer Fire Department. I wound up spending a few hours chatting with John. The moment had me re-living the years of experience of fire suppression, prevention and investigation. There are days that I feel like walking away from the fire world but days like today keep me from it. Amazingly enough he also has a place in Bowie MD. He remembers my fire brothers Eddie Ed Lehan and Richard Kevin Lehan from the Kentland Volunteer Fire Department and recalls his interactions fondly. It’s a very small world out there folks. Be kind to everyone. Be open to the plight of strangers as you just might be their savior or at least the one person who can help them through their day.
Hope all are safe! Thanks guys for all you do!
Brandon Michael Lane them boys where going to work
Photo of units operating on the dwelling fire at 116 Mainbrace Dr. in Queenstown. ... See MoreSee Less
Yes Sir been listen to it Chief
Beaching the wagon
Engine 25, Engine Tanker 2 and Rescue 2 are on the scene of a working dwelling fire on Mainbrace Dr. in Queenstown.
Engine 25 arrived on scene with a 1 and a half story dwelling with fire showing from the first floor and through the roof of the garage. ... See MoreSee Less
Aaron Lewis 😳😳