The Grasonville Volunteer Fire Department is one of 9 totally volunteer fire departments

LOOKING FOR DEDICATED VOLUNTEER!
Please join us!

The GVFD is always looking for volunteers to join its active membership and comprised of active members from teenagers to seniors. While a predominant number of active members are young, members of all ages are welcome.

The department does not discriminate on the basis of race, creed, national origin, age, or sex and opportunities within the organization are equally available to everyone meeting established criteria.

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Phone: 410-827-8100
(For emergencies dial 911)

Email: Grasonvillevolunteers@yahoo.com

4128 Main Street
P.O. Box 457
Grasonville, MD 21638

Welcome!

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.

The Grasonville Volunteer Fire Department was first established in the summer of 1958.

History

There were 36 original charter members in 1958. These thirty six men, together with nothing more than a desire to serve their community, founded one of the finest fire companies in Maryland.

The Grasonville Volunteer Fire Department became the first Rescue company in Queen Anne’s County.

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Thoughts and Prayers to Our Brothers and Sisters in the Baltimore City Fire Department during this very difficult time. ... See MoreSee Less

Thoughts and Prayers to Our Brothers and Sisters in the Baltimore City Fire Department during this very difficult time.

Last Night just before 9 pm, Engine 25 and Truck 2 responded to assist the Kent Island Volunteer Fire Department with a house fire in the 200 block of Ackerman Road. Chief 1 arrived on scene with fire showing from the Bravo Side of the single family dwelling. The Crews from the Engine and Truck assisted with fire attack, ladders, and overhaul. Our units worked on scene for an hour and a half before returning to quarters. ... See MoreSee Less

Last Night just before 9 pm, Engine 25 and Truck 2 responded to assist the Kent Island Volunteer Fire Department with a house fire in the 200 block of Ackerman Road.  Chief 1 arrived on scene with fire showing from the Bravo Side of the single family dwelling.   The Crews from the Engine and Truck assisted with fire attack, ladders, and overhaul.  Our units worked on scene for an hour and a half before returning to quarters.Image attachment

Last Night Truck 2 was transferring to Church Hill VFD while their units were operating on the 2nd Alarm building fire in Chestertown. Truck 2 was picked up on the 3rd Alarm and responded to the scene. Truck 2 was able to position on the rear of the building and the truck crew assisted with opening up the rear doors with K-12 Saws. The Truck operated on scene for about an hour before returning to Grasonville. ... See MoreSee Less

Last Night Truck 2 was transferring to Church Hill VFD while their units were operating on the 2nd Alarm building fire in Chestertown.  Truck 2 was picked up on the 3rd Alarm and responded to the scene.  Truck 2 was able to position on the rear of the building and the truck crew assisted with opening up the rear doors with K-12 Saws.  The Truck operated on scene for about an hour before returning to Grasonville.Image attachment

Yesterday Afternoon Engine 25 and Truck 2 responded to assist the Kent Island Volunteer Fire Department with a house fire in the 2700 Block of Harrington Road in the Harbor View Community. First arriving units found a fire on the outside of the residence that had extended inside. The Crews from the Engine and Truck assisted with checking for extension and overhaul. ... See MoreSee Less

TONIGHT!!! Don’t Miss out on this delicious meal! ... See MoreSee Less

TONIGHT!!! Don’t Miss out on this delicious meal!

Members of GVFD and Kent Island Volunteer Fire Department took advantage of the amazing weather this morning to conduct an Ice Rescue Drill. The drill reviewed basic Ice Rescue Ops, Donning of Ice Suits, and running through numerous scenarios. ... See MoreSee Less

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Great work everyone but that looks cold!!!!

THANK YOU ALL FOR VOLUNTEERING SERVICE!!!!

God Bless our county volunteers!!!

Mark your Calendars - Next Wednesday January 19th is Our Monthly Dinner. Back by Popular demand is our Fried Oyster Dinner. We hope to see everyone again this month. ... See MoreSee Less

Mark your Calendars - Next Wednesday January 19th is Our Monthly Dinner.  Back by Popular demand is our Fried Oyster Dinner.  We hope to see everyone again this month.

Happy New Year from the Membership of GVFD

Looking for a change of pace for the New Year?
Looking to try something outside of your comfort zone?
Look No Further!

Grasonville Volunteer Fire Department
Recruitment Announcement
“We Need You, Come Join Our Team”

Types of Membership
• Fire / Rescue (Age 16 and Up)
• EMS (Age 16 and up)
• Junior (Age 14 and 15)
• Administrative (Age 16 and up)
• Auxiliary (Age 16 and up)

-Free Training – University of Maryland Fire and Rescue Training Center in Centreville
-Gear and Uniforms Provided for all Members
-Length of Service Awards Program – Benefit Age of 55
-Maryland State Tax Incentive of $6000 for Qualifying Members
-Queen Anne’s County Property Tax Break for Qualifying Members - County Ord. 19-11
• Fiscal Year 2021 and 2022 - $2,000
• Fiscal Year 2023 and Beyond - $2,500
-Incentive Program for Drivers and EMT’s for Ambulance Transports

Join Today and Start a Very Fulfilling Family like atmosphere
For more information
• Email grasonvillevolunteers@yahoo.com
• Calling the Firehouse – 410-827-8100
• Visiting the Firehouse at 4128 Main Street in Grasonville
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Happy New Year from the Membership of GVFD  Looking for a change of pace for the New Year?
Looking to try something outside of your comfort zone?
Look No Further!  Grasonville Volunteer Fire Department 
Recruitment Announcement 
“We Need You, Come Join Our Team”  Types of Membership 
• Fire / Rescue (Age 16 and Up)
• EMS (Age 16 and up)
• Junior (Age 14 and 15)
• Administrative (Age 16 and up) 
• Auxiliary (Age 16 and up)  -Free Training – University of Maryland Fire and Rescue Training Center in Centreville
-Gear and Uniforms Provided for all Members
-Length of Service Awards Program – Benefit Age of 55
-Maryland State Tax Incentive of $6000 for Qualifying Members
-Queen Anne’s County Property Tax Break for Qualifying Members - County Ord. 19-11 
• Fiscal Year 2021 and 2022 - $2,000
• Fiscal Year 2023 and Beyond - $2,500
-Incentive Program for Drivers and EMT’s for Ambulance Transports  Join Today and Start a Very Fulfilling Family like atmosphere 
For more information
• Email grasonvillevolunteers@yahoo.com 
• Calling the Firehouse – 410-827-8100 
• Visiting the Firehouse at 4128 Main Street in Grasonville

At our Regular Business Meeting Monday Night, the Membership elected the Officers for 2022.

President - Matt Coursey
Vice President - Charlie Palmer
Secretary – Jena Anthony
Treasurer - Phyllis Black
Board of Directors - Chris Marvel, Dave Bell, Robbie Marsh, Devrine Jones, Tom Sheahan

Fire Chief - Jason Anthony Sr.
1st Assistant Chief - Steve McCombs
2nd Assistant Chief - Robbie Marsh
1st Captain – Troy Tilghman
2nd Captain – Keith Thomas
1st Lieutenant – John Ryan
2nd Lieutenant – Wyatt Bossert
EMS Coordinator – Katie Abdalla
Chief Engineer - Tim Daly

Congrats to everyone elected to serve our department in 2022.
Thanks to everyone that served our department in 2021.
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At our Regular Business Meeting Monday Night, the Membership elected the Officers for 2022.  President - Matt Coursey
Vice President - Charlie Palmer
Secretary – Jena Anthony
Treasurer - Phyllis Black
Board of Directors - Chris Marvel, Dave Bell, Robbie Marsh, Devrine Jones, Tom Sheahan  Fire Chief - Jason Anthony Sr.
1st Assistant Chief - Steve McCombs
2nd Assistant Chief - Robbie Marsh
1st Captain – Troy Tilghman
2nd Captain – Keith Thomas
1st Lieutenant – John Ryan
2nd Lieutenant – Wyatt Bossert
EMS Coordinator – Katie Abdalla
Chief Engineer - Tim Daly  Congrats to everyone elected to serve our department in 2022.
Thanks to everyone that served our department in 2021.

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Congratulations to all of the South County Bad Boys

Congratulations thanks for your dedication and service.

Congratulations to all.

Congratulations all

Congratulations to all

Congratulations 🎉🎊🎈 to all

Congratulations to all! 🚒 🧯 🇺🇸

Congratulations!

miss the days of running with you guys

Thankyou so much for all you do

Congratulations

Congratulations

Congratulations!

Congratulations

Best luck in 2022 fellas .stay safe

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12-14-21 - E-25, Truck 2, ET-2, and Rescue 2 assisted the Kent Island Volunteer Fire Department with a building fire at 401 Love Point Road in downtown Stevensville. Units found a small fire in the wall in the rear of the building.

12-22-21 - E-25, Truck 2, ET-2, and Rescue 2 again assisted the Kent Island Volunteer Fire Department with a building fire at 357 Pier One Road. Units found a fire involving the main electrical feed on the outside of the building that had extended inside. Units held the fire in check until Delmarva Power was able to disconnect the power to the building.
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Prayers 🙏🏻🙏🏻

Merry Christmas from Our Family to Yours! ... See MoreSee Less

Merry Christmas from Our Family to Yours!

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Merry Christmas !

Merry Christmas 🎁🎄

Stay safe!!!

Our Monthly Dinner is Tonight and Fried Oysters are on the Menu. Don’t Miss out on this delicious meal. ... See MoreSee Less

Our Monthly Dinner is Tonight and Fried Oysters are on the Menu.  Don’t Miss out on this delicious meal.

Follow this Post for the Updated Location of Route 2

All roads previously requested have been added to each route

Routes Start at 11 a.m.
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Follow this Post for the Updated Location of Route 2  All roads previously requested have been added to each route  Routes Start at 11 a.m.

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Heading to Greenwood creek then prospect bay

Heading down Bennett Point

Heading to Belle Point

Heading to Governor Grason Manors

Heading to Wye Harbor

Heading to Wilson Road

On Sawmill Road

Heading to Watkins Road then Sawmill Road

Heading into Greenwood

Heading onto fawn lane

Santa is coming down Cemetery Road

From a neighbor in Prospect Bay: As I was driving into the comunity, Santa and the fire truck crew were making the turn to go past the light house. A Mom and her little boy were on a golf cart at that turn waiting for Santa. That little boy was so excited he was jumping up and down in the golf cart, waving at Santa and smiling the biggest smile. It was so wonderful to see!

Even dogs (she just had CCL surgery so she couldn't come outside) appreciate Santa on the Fire Truck 🙂. Thank You!

We are on prospect bay road. We will catch you on your way back up 😀

Hi! Do you have an update on your location? Thank you!

Any time frame for White House acres ?!

Trying to see if we missed you guys?

Update on location please…

Will you drive down Sportsman's Hall Road?

Fairway Island please!

I messaged about Evans Avenue, I don’t see it on here.

What time do you think you will be in oyster cove?

Prospect Bay thanks you!!!!

Greenwood creek rd off Bennent point?

Don’t forget Prospect Bay Road 😊

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Follow this Post for the Updated Location of Route 1

All roads previously requested have been added to each route

Routes Start at 11 a.m.
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Follow this Post for the Updated Location of Route 1  All roads previously requested have been added to each route  Routes Start at 11 a.m.

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Santa is on his way to prospect bay east be on the look 👀 out

Santa headed down Perry’s corner road area of rebel rd cabin creek road

Santa is leaving loblolly way headed to Jackson creek area and long point community

Santa is leaving home port on his way to visit Cheter River Beach community

Santa is out to Fallen horse circle headed to home port community

Santa is out Fisher manor headed thru Main Street community center area

Santa is out at fox run headed cemetery road to White House rd and the woods community

Next stops Main Street to WBA’s avenue then on to cemetery road

Main Street at Perry’s corner to Melvin avenue

Correction Santa will continue up Main Street first then come back down to the long point community

Santa is moving thru Grasyas we speak he’s headed towards long point community

Next stop for Santa main st and waterman’s court area

Santa is in Oyster cove

Kent narrows

Next stop Kent Narrows south and oyster cove community

Next stop Kent Narrows south and oyster cove community

Next stop Narrows Point community…

Santa is on his way thru the town of Grasonville…. Currently visiting thru the Kent Narrows area …

Thank you guys for doing this! We look forward to this every year. Mark Plemons

Thank you for bringing cheer to us every year.

Do you know when he will be in the wood community?

Is Santa coming all the way into Chester River Beach community?

Has santa been through Gravel Run rd?

Village of slippery hill?

Have you passed Main Street on Collier?

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