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

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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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Don’t Miss our Monthly Dinner This Wednesday from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. Fried Oysters are on the menu and we hope to see everyone again. ... See MoreSee Less

Don’t Miss our Monthly Dinner This Wednesday from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m.  Fried Oysters are on the menu and we hope to see everyone again.

Mark your Calendars, We are starting up our Monthly Chicken BBQ on May 2nd. Sales start at 10 a.m. until we are Sold Out. ... See MoreSee Less

Mark your Calendars, We are starting up our Monthly Chicken BBQ on May 2nd.   Sales start at 10 a.m. until we are Sold Out.

Members spent the morning at the Maryland Fire and Rescue Institute - UESRTC in Centreville Drilling on some basic topics. Topics covered were pumps, master stream devices, running hose lines, and ladders. ... See MoreSee Less

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Great day of training!

Our Recent Monthly Dinners have been a Huge Success! Fried Oysters are on the Menu again for April. We hope to see everyone again on April 21st. ... See MoreSee Less

Our Recent Monthly Dinners have been a Huge Success!  Fried Oysters are on the Menu again for April.   We hope to see everyone again on April 21st.

Saturday Night at about 8 pm, Both Engines, Engine Tanker 2, and Chief 2 responded for this vehicle fire on Bennett Point Rd. The Crew of E-25 quickly extinguished the fire. ... See MoreSee Less

Saturday Night at about 8 pm, Both Engines, Engine Tanker 2, and Chief 2 responded for this vehicle fire on Bennett Point Rd.  The Crew of E-25 quickly extinguished the fire.

Last Nights Drill involved a review of Extrication, Stabilization, and Lifting techniques. Members reviewed the Hurst Tool and Rescue Jack systems on Rescue 2. A quick review of basic lifting principals was accomplished as well. ... See MoreSee Less

On Saturday Night, Engine 25, Truck 2, Engine Tanker 2, Rescue 2, and Chief 2 responded for the reported house fire in the 4700 Block of Main Street. Chief 2 arrived on scene with smoke showing from the Charlie side of the house. Investigation found a stove fire with extension into the cabinets above. The fire was quickly knocked and no additional extension was found. Captain Tiernan had the Main Street Command. ... See MoreSee Less

On Saturday Night, Engine 25, Truck 2, Engine Tanker 2, Rescue 2, and Chief 2 responded for the reported house fire in the 4700 Block of Main Street.  Chief 2 arrived on scene with smoke showing from the Charlie side of the house.  Investigation found a stove fire with extension into the cabinets above.  The fire was quickly knocked and no additional extension was found.  Captain Tiernan had the Main Street Command.Image attachmentImage attachment

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Oh wow! You certainly had your excitement!!! Glad they got there so soon and put it out. Yes God is good!!!

Mark your Calendars for our Spring Firehouse Craft and Home Show.

Special Thanks to Shore United Bank, The Jetty Dock Bar and Spectrum Painting Services, Inc. for becoming sponsors for the event.

Additional details will be coming in the near future.
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Mark your Calendars for our Spring Firehouse Craft and Home Show.  Special Thanks to Shore United Bank, The Jetty Dock Bar and Spectrum Painting Services, Inc. for becoming sponsors for the event.  Additional details will be coming in the near future.

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The Jetty is also a SPONSOR.

How do you become a vendor at the show

Throw Back Thursday - Engine 25 - 1972 Seagrave 1500 GPM - 750 Water – Purchased used from St. Louis in 1985 ... See MoreSee Less

Throw Back Thursday - Engine 25 - 1972 Seagrave 1500 GPM - 750 Water – Purchased used from St. Louis in 1985

Don't Miss out on this Great Meal. Tomorrow is our Monthly Dinner and Fried Oysters are on the Menu again. We hope to see our Great Supporters Again this Month. ... See MoreSee Less

Dont Miss out on this Great Meal.  Tomorrow is our Monthly Dinner and Fried Oysters are on the Menu again.  We hope to see our Great Supporters Again this Month.

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Grasonville Volunteer Fire Department

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Grasonville VFD 2020 Year in review

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You guys are awesome! Stay safe

God bless you all.

Our Fried Oyster Dinner has been a Favorite of many. We will be serving our Fried Oyster Dinner again at our March Dinner on March 17th. We hope you can join us again. ... See MoreSee Less

Our Fried Oyster Dinner has been a Favorite of many.  We will be serving our Fried Oyster Dinner again at our March Dinner on March 17th.  We hope you can join us again.
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