Georgetown Volunteer Fire Company
The Georgetown Volunteer Fire Company was organized in May of 1928 by a group of citizens who realized the need for fire protection in the community. Today, the men and women of the Georgetown Volunteer Fire Company are just as dedicated to the preservation of life and property as those who started this organization. In 2020, the Company responded to 766 emergency calls.
Our jobs today include not only firefighting, fire prevention and emergency medical service, but hazardous material situations, vehicle extrication, rope and cold water rescue, just to name a few.
During the past year we were fortunate to have three new members join our ranks. These new members have all been trained either as Emergency Medical Technicians or firefighters and have become an integral part of our department.
We also benefit from volunteers who aren’t interested in emergency response as well. Share your talents and skills to help make our department stronger! This may include graphics & website design, mechanical repair, finance & accounting, construction, event coordination, grant writing and more.
We are looking for Volunteers!
Our members are mechanics, police officers, stockbrokers, teachers, students, and local business owners, and each is also a dedicated volunteer committed to the health, safety and welfare of the people in our community. BECOME A VOLUNTEER TODAY!
Anyone interested in joining the Georgetown Volunteer Fire Company can email firstname.lastname@example.org or stop by the firehouse any Monday evening between 7 – 9 pm (excluding holidays).
Georgetown Fire Department
Fire Chief: Robert Napoleon
Fire Marshal: Joe Paola
Deputy Marshal: Ken Christiansen
Fire Tax Collector: Wanda Cardozo
6 Portland Avenue
Redding, CT 06896
Open 24 hours
Georgetown Fire District