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.
Grasonville Volunteer Fire Department was live.
5 days ago
Drawing of the Winning ticket for our Auxiliaries Raffle. ... See MoreSee Less
I had 1921-1926 - but love the live drawing and congrats to the winner!
Nice of you to put Graces phone number out there.
Grasonville Volunteer Fire Department added 9 new photos.
1 week ago
Sunday Morning Fire Boat Drill for our members. Members worked on fire boat operations and also pulling victims from the water into the Fireboat. ... See MoreSee Less
At approximately 2 PM yesterday the Engine, Engine Tanker, Chief and Fire Boat ran this Boat Fire in the Long Point Community. The units found two boats off and extinguished the same. Units from Kent Island Volunteer Fire Department, Queenstown Volunteer Fire Department and Maryland Department of Natural Resources assisted. ... See MoreSee Less
So scary. Thank God no one was hurt. Thank God for the fire fighters.
Currently Station 2 units are operating on a marine fire in the area of 900 Long Point Rd.. Chief 2 on location heavy fire showing possible multiple vessels involved, Asst. CHIEF McCombs has the Long Point Command. ... See MoreSee Less
Evelyn Kearney Webb
Patty This is what your video was.
Grasonville Volunteer Fire Department added 3 new photos.
3 weeks ago
Ladder Trucks of Grasonville Thru the Years. The Ladder Company was Started for the GVFD in 1986 when we purchased a 1957 Ward Lafrance 85 Ft. Ladder from the Owings Mills Volunteer Fire Department in Baltimore County. This was replaced in 1993 when we purchased a 1980 Seagrave 100 Ft Ladder (Former FDNY Ladder 16) from a fire truck dealer in Watertown New York. In 1998 we purchased our first new and current ladder truck, a 1998 Pierce Dash with a 105 ft ladder. ... See MoreSee Less
3 weeks ago
Engine 22 is currently standing by for the Solomons Volunteer Rescue Squad and Fire Department while their members attend the Funeral for North Beach VFD Captain Patricia Osburn. Thoughts and Prayers to the North Beach VFD. ... See MoreSee Less
Thanks to the members of GVFD who continue to share a vision to help neighboring Department during times of loss.
Fire Boat 2, currently assisting Kent Island VFD in the Chesapeake Bay with a bridge jumper. E/B span of the Bay Bridge. Fire Boats, 1, 2 and 9 from QA’s County also assisted by Anne Arundel County F.D. Boats ... See MoreSee Less
I was watching all the lights out the window. Hope things worked out.
Grasonville Volunteer Fire Department shared Queen Anne's County Government's post.
4 weeks ago
We are Pleased to Announce that we were awarded a Grant from Maryland Department of Natural Resources to Purchase and Install a FLIR Thermal Imaging Camera for our Fire Boat. This will increase Safety for our members and also assist with searches for missing boaters in the water.QAC Gets $1.4 Million in State Waterway Grants & Grasonville Firefighters Get $10K for Safety Equipment
CHESTER – Queen Anne’s County was awarded more than $1.4 Million in Waterway Improvement funds and another $10,000 for life saving equipment went to the Grasonville Volunteer Fire Department (GVFD).
Jason Anthony, GVFD’s Fire Chief and grant writer, said the state’s $10,000 Waterway Improvement Grant will be used to purchase a high definition, remote-control thermal imaging camera to be mounted on their fireboat, with a screen inside the cabin.
“It will have many uses,” said Anthony. “It will help us find victims in the water, search for lost boats, help us navigate through fog, bad weather and at night. That’s a huge asset to us and the safety of our people.”
QAC’s Public Landings Supervisor James Wood, who wrote the county’s grant said, “The Maryland General Assembly awarded us all three FY19 requests we submitted to the Department of Natural Resources (DNR) last August.
The projects include:
• An additional $400,000 for Kent Narrows Dredging
• $202,500 grant for the Visitor Center’s bulkhead replacement (50% matching fund grant)
• $800,000 loan for Price Creek dredging (for tax district for a portion of Queen Anne Colony property owners to be repaid over 25 years, the community has obtained a permit)
QAC Commissioner Mark Anderson said, “Thanks to Governor Hogan and our Delegation to the Legislature, Queen Anne's County will access over $1.4 million dollars in grants and low interest loans for dredging projects at the Narrows and Price Creek. The Grasonville Volunteer Fire Department will be able to secure a thermal imaging camera to increase public safety. These funds were requested by the County Parks Department and supported by the County Commissioners.”
In announcing the grants, Governor Larry Hogan wrote, “Boating is a cornerstone of Maryland and the Waterway Improvement Fund is a vital resource to ensure that visitors and residents alike will continue to benefit from Maryland's world-class recreational boating opportunities, which contribute thousands of jobs and billions of dollars to our economy. Through these grants and partnerships like ours, we are improving the quality of life of our citizens and visitors through dredging and the development of safe access sites, while expanding opportunities for the public to appreciate all that the Chesapeake Bay, coastal bays and their tributaries have to offer.” ... See MoreSee Less
The Grasonville Volunteers invite you to come and Celebrate Our 60th Anniversary with us on Saturday August 18th at 1 p.m. We are calling on All Past and Present Members of Our Department to Attend. We Hope to See you there. ... See MoreSee Less
Kent Narrows Boatel putting her back in! ... See MoreSee Less
Grasonville Volunteer Fire Department added 2 new photos.
1 month ago
The members spent the day cleaning up the fireboat for the upcoming season. Thanks to Kent Narrows Boatel for pulling us out for the day. ... See MoreSee Less
And here comes the boatel haters in 3.2.1....
Good job guys, very proud!
Grasonville Volunteer Fire Department added 3 new photos.
1 month ago
Engine 25, Truck 2 and Engine Tanker 2 are still operating on this fire in the Marling Farms Community of Kent Island. The companies found a shed off and extinguished the same. ... See MoreSee Less
Who’s gonna have #3 🤔🤯
Engine 25, Engine 22, Truck 2, Rescue 2, Engine Tanker 2 and Chief 2 ran this first due house fire this afternoon. The company found a well involved attached garage and a fire in the attic area. The members extinguished the fire and turned the scene over to the State Fire Marshall. We were assisted by Kent Island Volunteer Fire Department, United Communities Volunteer Fire Department, Queenstown Volunteer Fire Department, Goodwill Fire Company, Church Hill Volunteer Fire Department and Queen Anne's County Department of Emergency Services. ... See MoreSee Less
Prayers for the family
Many prayers for the family.
Nice job guys!! I will pray for the family who lost their things. Hopefully no one was inside!
Thanks to all you guys. This is my nephew, wife and 5 kids home. Everyone, including the animals are safe.
Holly Reinecke show Aiden
Prayers to the family and thanks to our great volunteer fire departments.
Was not my home, but I want to thank you all and the other fire companies for your efforts
Thank you for being there.
Thanks to all the brave firefighters
Prayers Irene Glad they are safe
So sad! That’s across the street from my brother. They watch my nieces some times. So happy everyone is safe. Great job!
Thank you to all of the fire companies that participated in this fire. This is my nephews home and I am very grateful that everyone got out OK no one was hurt. Again thank you for your hard work and for all you do.
Truck 2 ❤️
Good job guys
Check Out a Upcoming Event and Raffle for the GVFD Auxiliary. Mark you calender's for the Quarter Auction and stop by and get a chance to win a awesome raffle. Raffle tickets will be available at upcoming events for the GVFD. ... See MoreSee Less
On 4/29/18 at 00:57, Rescue 2, Engine 22, and Chief 2 responded for a MVC with entrapment on Main Street and Nesbit Road. Chief 2 arrived first at the corrected Location of Main Street and Wilson Road and confirmed one SUV on its side with one person trapped. Queenstown Volunteer Fire Department Rescue 3 and Engine 33 along with PM 300, 100 and EMS 3 from the Queen Anne's County Department of Emergency Services assisted our units on scene. The patient was extricated and Flown to Shock Trauma in Baltimore by Maryland State Police - Aviation Command Trooper 6. Chief Anthony had the Main Street Command. ... See MoreSee Less
Beemer Travis I bet this is where that Trooper was driving to when he came up on our exit going in the wrong direction.
How did that happen isn’t that one straight road
Station 2 & 3 gettin it done....
Still trying figure out how this happened.
How awful. If I hope the driver is okay.
Nice job guys!!