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 days ago
With the Rainy Forecast for this Weekend, We are rescheduling our Santa Route until Sunday December 23rd at 11 a.m. ... See MoreSee Less
6 days ago
The Grasonville Volunteers will be bringing Santa around to the communities in our first due again this year. If you don't see you road listed, please message our Facebook page and we will add it to the list. We will keep everyone updated of our location Via our Facebook page the day of the route. ... See MoreSee Less
Please come to Sportsman Hall rd
Please come to Fairway Island.
Will you be updating via Facebook when you are reaching specific locations?
Don’t forget Pigpen Point😁
Will you go through the entire Greenwood community or just the outside loop? I want to be prepared this year.
I see K I fire department have re scheduled their Santa run. When will you decide?
What about Quinn road for the Santa?
Joyce Wagner Boos and Phillip Boos keep an eye out on Sunday and get video
Shannon Ricker Berry
Kim Gairy Burns
Grasonville Volunteer Fire Department shared FOX26's post.
1 week ago
Christmas tree season is upon us, Please remember to water your tree. Happy Holidays.
WATCH: Although Chrismas tree fires are not common, it can take only a few seconds for a dry Christmas tree to catch on fire.
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Grasonville Volunteer Fire Department added 2 new photos.
1 week ago
Tonight at 5:41 p.m., Our units and surrounding companies were dispatched for a boat fire in front of the Annie's Restaurant in the Kent Narrows. Chief 2 arrived on location with fire showing from a boat on a boat lift. The Boat involved was Fire Boat 2. The crew of Engine 25 quickly deployed 2 hand lines to get a knock on the fire. Despite the quick response and quick knock on the fire, Fire Boat 2 suffered severe damage. The State Fire Marshal was called to the scene to investigate the cause of the fire. The preliminary cause of the fire appears to be in the shoreline plug on the fireboat. Our department will keep you updated as we work to restore this valuable piece of equipment to our community. ... See MoreSee Less
We are so sorry to hear this. We have a towboat in the water and can help if you need it. (410)745-3000.
All of us at International Marine are very sorry to hear about this loss. We will provide all electronics and safety gear lost or damaged in the fire to aid in the restoration at cost.
Brothers and Sisters,
On behalf of Marine Emergency Team 21, I offer our support through this loss.
I will be in touch with your command tomorrow to offer our assistance in any way we can.
Sorry to hear about that
She was a smoking hot girl. To hot for her own looks. Sorry for the loss to the department and community. However I cant wait to see yall bounce back better then ever with a just as capable and good looking vessel.
G-Ville...so sorry to hear this...I know how long it took to get Fire Boat 2 to come to fruition. May she be BIS soon.
When we hit the lottery tonight you guys are getting a new one...
Glad you brothers are ok
Sorry for your loss
First responders Thank you for being there!
John Wilson Jeff Thomas
Sorry for the loss of your boat. Please do yourself a favor and install Smart Plugs when its repaired or replaced.
Omg. So sorry. Glad no one was hurt though
Wow, I saw it the other night leaving the narrows with DNR. Sad day for Kent island
So sad to hear about your loss and the loss to the community. Glad everyone is OK.
Wow sorry to hear this hopefully she will be back on call soon
What a shame, Broad Creek Marine did a beautiful job on her
Am sorry y’all.
So sorry to hear! Hope you guys recover from the loss quickly!
Sorry to hear this guy's
Im so sorry you took such a hit to your very valuable equipment. Hope it is soon repaired and in service.
The Grasonville Volunteers sends our Thoughts and Prayers to the KIVFD and the Family and Friends of Chief Paul Fuld. Rest Easy Friend. ... See MoreSee Less
At our Regular Business Meeting tonight, the Membership elected the Officers for 2019.
President - Matt Coursey
Vice President - Charlie Palmer
Secretary - Kierstin Nelson
Treasurer - Phyllis Black
Board of Directors - Chris Marvel, Troy Tilghman, Robbie Marsh, Devrine Jones, Andrew Sheahan
Fire Chief - Jason Anthony
1st Asst. Chief - Steve McCombs
2nd Asst. Chief - Robbie Marsh
1st Captain - Jimmy Tiernan
2nd Captain - Troy Tilghman
1st Lt. - Keith Thomas
2nd Lt. - John Werkheiser
EMS Coordinator - Troy Tilghman
Chief Engineer - Matt Coursey
Congrats to the Officers for 2019 and Thanks to the 2018 Officers for serving our department. ... See MoreSee Less
Appears to be a list of dedicated folks, congratulations to all and good luck moving forward.
Congrats to all
Congratulation to all
Congrats to all of my brothers!!!!
Congratulations Charlie Palmer!!!!!
Congrats to all !!
Congrats Charlie Palmer
Congratulations to all!!
Congratulations Too all!
Congratulations to all of you!!
Congrats Charlie Palmer!
Congratulations to all!!!!
Congratulations to everyone
Congratulations to everyone and good luck.
Congrats to ALL of you
Congrats to all!!!
Congrats to all. May you continue to keep grasonville the best of the best.
Congratulations to you all!
Congratulations Cuz, Charlie Palmer 👏🏻👏🏻
Congrats boys !!
Great job. Love you all!!!
Engine 25, Truck 2 and Engine Tanker 2 are operating on a dwelling fire In the 1500 block of Little Creek Rd. On Kent Island. ... See MoreSee Less
The Tree Lot is open and buzzing, take advantage of this beautiful weather and stop by for a visit!
We have a large selection of tree’s, wreaths, garland and firewood.
* Now accepting credit cards* ... See MoreSee Less
The Christmas Tree Stand is open!! Stop in before the rain gets here and pick out your perfect family tree!
We have trees of all sizes, Wreaths, Garland, bundles of firewood and fresh tree clippings. ... See MoreSee Less
Grasonville Volunteer Fire Department was live.
3 weeks ago
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My man Troy T!!!!!!
I see you Troy Brooks Tilghman
Love me some Cowboy Troy!! Good Luck on the sales guys!! Happy Holidays!!
Great fire company
Good job, Troy. Hope you sell out!
Way to go Troy!
My sister will be down big troy!!
Nice job Troy! Such a professional:)
Love my Troy boy
Troy always talks with his hands
Bring me one
Get it done good luck sale all of them. Support your local fire department
Troy Brooks Tilghman contact Renee Carter at QAC-TV to do a news article about the GVFD tree sale and any fundraiser. Good luck & God bless!
Grasonville Volunteer Fire Department added 3 new photos.
3 weeks ago
Our Christmas Tree Lot Opens up Tonight for the Season. Stop by and find the Perfect Tree for your Family! ... See MoreSee Less
Happy Thanksgiving from Our Family to Yours. ... See MoreSee Less
Hi Leigh, The tree stand opens at 5pm and runs until 9!!
Happy Thanksgiving! What time does the Christmas tree sale start tomorrow?
4 weeks ago
Rescue 2, Engine 22 and Chief 2 are operating on a Vehicle Accident with entrapment on Prospect Bay Rd.
This also took out power lines causing most of the Prospect area to be without power.
Mean while Engine 25 and Engine Tanker 2 are operating on an Automatic Fire Alarm in the 3000 block of Bennett Point Rd. ... See MoreSee Less
By any chance did you have trucks going down BP Rd around 10? My daughter was driving home and had 3 big trucks riding her butt down BP Rd, all with their high beams on. At one point she had to brake for a deer and was scared to death the trucks were going to run over her car. They did not have emergency lights on.
Hope every one is okay . I heard the trucks and woke up as soon as the power went off
Oh my yesterday a bunch of fire trucks went down come to find out I believe they were at Katie's house for gas leak or at least the smell of gas power flickered on and off few minutes ago that must have been whoever was hit on Perry Corner thanks sweetie I sure hope that fire alarm isn't Katie's she lives 3021 I believe
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I live on this street and ppl fly up and down our street. No one abides by the speed limit. It’s sad
4 weeks ago
This Saturday 40 fireman from Kent Island Volunteer Fire Department, Grasonville Volunteer Fire Department, Queenstown Volunteer Fire Department, Church Hill Volunteer Fire Department and Sudlersville Volunteer Fire Company spent the day being taught “Man vs Machine” by the men of P.L. Vulcan Fire Training Concepts LLC. The class was an incredible learning experience for all who attended. ... See MoreSee Less