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Fire & Rescue  

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To ensure uninterrupted fire protection to you and your families, we have just taken delivery of a 2500 gallon pumper tanker to replace an older unit which was spending an increasing amount of time at the shop out of service. We have sold the older engine to a volunteer company on the eastern shore and are applying for grants to subsidize a portion of the cost, but we need your support to fund this purchase! (click on text to preview)

 


How you can Help

New Members Wanted

We're always seeking new members to join us as we serve our community. We encourage all those interested to apply, whether you're looking to respond to emergency calls or help with administrative tasks.

Please take a look at our join page for more information. Also, feel free to stop by the station on Thursday evenings from 6-10 p.m. to meet us and discuss any questions you may have.

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