The Groton office of Modern Woodmen has medical equipment that is available for loan to local
community members. The equipment includes: Wheelchairs, Crutches,
Rollators, and Walkers. Thanks to a generous donation by a fellow community
member, we now also have: a special lift chair, hospital bed, transfer bench,
etc. For more information, call the office at 584-4440.
Hart 584-3131, Carrie Peters 584-3276
house and building has a 911 street address.
These numbers are very important to emergency vehicles responding to
calls for assistance. The numbers should
be posted so they are highly visible from the road and can either be placed on
the building or on a post at the end of a driveway if the building is not
visible from the road. The numbers
should be reflective and a minimum of 3 inches high and 2 1/2 inches wide. This is important to the ability of emergency
response units to respond rapidly. The
911 addresses were changed in 2004 to enable emergency vehicles to more easily
Reflective 911 Address Numbers
Signs Available from the Groton Fire Department
for $15. Click here to see a
sample, and click here for an order form
or pick one up in the town clerk's office.
Direct any questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Green Mountain Passports for State Parks
These are available for both Vermont residents over 62 years old and for 100%
disabled veterans. They provide a lifetime free admission to state parks
Beach), museums, and
fully state sponsored events. Fee is
$2.00 from the Groton
Web Site Home Page
photo on the Groton Home page is provided by John Gordon.
Call 748-2315 to report animal abuse or
neglect in Caledonia
County. Calls kept confidential.