Groton Volunteer Fire Department
Emergency Dispatch Phone: 911
Business Phone: 802-584-3855
About Groton Volunteer Fire Department:
New Truck as of Spring 2016
Groton Vol. Fire Dept. proudly protects 846 people living in an area of 54 square miles. We operate out of 1 station that protects a primarily residential area. Our department is a public department whose members are on a volunteer status.
We are a rural volunteer department in the southwest corner of the north east kingdom of Vermont. Our service area includes one of the largest state parks in Vermont.
Active Members of the Groton Fire Department
Johnson, Wade, Sr., Fire Chief & Forest
Stetson, Shaun, Assist. Fire Chief
Smith, Brent, President
Knott, Dorothy, Dispatcher, Chief's Clerk, Driver
Knott, Henry- K7
Palmer, Lynne, Treasurer, Auxiliary
Carle, Justin, Asst Forest Fire Warden
Bruleigh, Chub – K6, Water Supply Officer
Bruleigh, Brenda Secretary
Johnson, Wade, Jr.
Knott, Wayne – K3
Palmer, Phillip – K4
Smith, Aaron – K5
Our members are certified firefighters and Emergency Medical Technicians. Money to operate the fire department comes from tax dollars. We operate an engine, a tanker, and a rescue vehicle.
If you are interested in becoming a member of the Groton Volunteer Fire Department please join us at one of our Tuesday night meetings and training sessions.
Prospective members must be:
· 18 years of age or older (16 for a junior membership)
· living or working full-time in the town of Groton
· in good standing in the community
If you're interested in helping in any way, we'd like to talk with you. Additional information can be obtained from Chief Wade Johnson, Sr.