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.
2 hours ago
Congrats to Fireman Devrine Jones and Girlfriend Chelsea on the birth of Baby Boy Devrine Jr. Devrine Jr. was born on October 16th at 10:09 pm.
Mom, Dad, and Baby are doing Great. ... See MoreSee Less
1 day ago
Progress on New Fire Boat 2 continues at P.L. Jones Boatyard & Marina in Fishing Creek Maryland. In the next several weeks the New Fire Boat will have the final installation of many items completed to prepare the boat for delivery. We are extremely excited to take delivery and return this vital piece of equipment back into service. ... See MoreSee Less
This is the coolest thing I've ever seen. Now just need a couple of rod holders.
Pretty boat. Brand new OR rebuild of the old one that caught on fire.
Looking good fellas
2 days ago
Our Monthly Dinner is Tonight from 5 pm to 8 pm. Spaghetti with or without Meatballs is on the Menu. Dinners are $10. Come out and Support your Volunteers.
Tea and Lemonade
Assorted Desserts ... See MoreSee Less
Thank you...my friend and I enjoyed it. Especially the chocolate cake. Stay safe! Thank you for all you do for the community!!!!
3 days ago
The Grasonville Volunteers Visited the Grasonville Elementary school today to talk about Fire Prevention. We hope the kids enjoyed the presentation and the items that were sent home with each kid. Thanks for having us. ... See MoreSee Less
Thanks for all you do for our communities.
1 week ago
Don't forget to get your tickets to our Bull and Oyster Roast!!
All you can eat pit beef, oyster's prepared multiple ways and all you can drink beer. There will also be TONS of PRIZES to win and great music.
YOU DO NOT WANT TO MISS THIS EVENT!!! ... See MoreSee Less
Beth Wackowski Stampone Anthony John Stampone you should get tickets
Rescue 2 & Chief 2 are Responding on the rescue assignment to the Queenstown Harbor Golf Course for a reported golf cart overturned into a pond with injuries. ... See MoreSee Less
Hope the person(s) are ok!
**Happening Now **
Engine 25 and Brush 2 are currently responding to another brush fire, this time in the area of 301 and 213 (Centreville). Station 4 is on the scene with approximately an acre on fire involving utility poles.
**Update - Brush 2 is assisting with extinguishment, Engine 25 was placed in service.
Command advised it appears to have been started by power lines. ... See MoreSee Less
With the extremely dry weather recently it could be something as small as a discarded cigarette, or a spark from farming equipment. However once ignited it spreads very rapidly.
Just had one on 304 right outside of our community
So do you know what has been starting the brush fires?
We NEED rain !!
Sharon Lough Robertson
Yet another Brush Fire.
At around 12 o’clock this afternoon, Station 2 was dispatched to Greenville Farm Ln (Centreville)
To assist with a large field fire.
Brush 2 responded as part of the “Brush Truck Task Force” assignment and Engine Tanker 2 responded as part of the “Tanker Task Force” assignment. Units operated for a short period before returning to service. ... See MoreSee Less
Was the tractor tilling it in to assist with extinguishing it?
THIS SUNDAY!! ... See MoreSee Less
Last Night we were able to receive some Very Valuable Training from Delmarva Power (Delmarva Connect) on emergencies that involve their Power Lines. We routinely have incidents that involve power lines and with this training our members have the knowledge and awareness needed to stay safe. Thanks to Delmarva Power for coming out and providing this training to our members. ... See MoreSee Less
Thanks for you doing the training. Be safe.
While Eng. 22 was still transferred to Talbot county
Engine 25, Brush 2 and Engine Tanker 2 responded to assist The Goodwill Fire Company with a Working farm tractor and field fire in the area of Dudley Farm Ln.
Units operated for just over an hour before returning to service. ... See MoreSee Less
Lisa Moore Walton ???
Engine 22 is currently transferred to Talbot County Station 60 Easton Volunteer Fire Dept. MD while they operate on a Haz-Mat incident.
Pictured is E-22 operating on a car accident they took in while there. ... See MoreSee Less
Thanks for the assist!
Thanks for being available to help in Talbot County!
Wow, Their still out on the Hazmat leak. That was several hours ago.
That engine was with us Five Points Fire Co Ladder 17 from Delaware while covering in Joppa last year.
Last Night at 20:14 hrs the Grasonville Volunteers were alerted to assist the Kent Island Volunteer Fire Department with an apartment fire on Mariners Way in the 1-7 Box. Engine 25, Truck 2, Engine Tanker 2, and Rescue 2 responded on the Box with 17 Volunteers. First arriving units had a 1 story apartment with smoke and fire showing from the attic. Our units assisted with extinguishment and overhaul. Chief 1 (Thomas) had the Command. ... See MoreSee Less
Engine’s 25 and 22, Engine Tanker 2, Brush 2, and Chief 2 just cleared this large field and brush fire in the 200 Block of Nesbit Road in the 2-13 Box. We were assisted by units from Queenstown Volunteer Fire Department, Kent Island Volunteer Fire Department, United Communities Volunteer Fire Department and Goodwill Fire Company. Chief Anthony had the Nesbit Command. ... See MoreSee Less
Great job. To all of our volunteers.
New Fire Boat 2 Update - Progress continues on our New Fire Boat At P.L. Jones Boatyard & Marina. The boat is currently being sanded and prepared for the final coat of paint. Once this is complete the boat will be wired and final installation of electronics and motors will be completed. Stay Tuned for additional updates. ... See MoreSee Less