Fire Department Permit information & instructions. Forms at bottom of this webpage
The Fire Department administrator's email address is firstname.lastname@example.org.
The department can be reached at 357-8585, ext 9.
The Town of Granville Interim Fire Chief is Matt Ripley, email@example.com
Granville Ambulance has provided excellent service through the years to
many of us in Granville and now it needs YOUR help.
YOU ever used the ambulance service or has someone else among your
friends and family used the service? If so, please consider becoming an
EMT. While the work may be challenging, the satisfaction gained from
helping your friends and neighbors more than compensates. We often
speak proudly of our community’s independence, of our hardworking
no-nonsense friends and neighbors. We like to do for ourselves, to take
care of our own. We do a good job doing that, but it requires us all
to give a little of ourselves. We understand that you work, that you
have kids, that you have school obligations, that you have hobbies and
other interests. Life is busy for each one of us and it is true that we
can’t do it all. Yet, if we are to continue to provide our own
services, unlike so many small communities surrounding us, we must
commit of ourselves. Our volunteer commitment is necessary to continue
the “Granville Way of Doing Things”.
look at your situation and make a commitment to be an EMT. If you are
interested you can stop by the firehouse on Tuesday nights at 7:00pm or
call the Select board’s office at 357-8585 ext. 0. The email address
for town hall is firstname.lastname@example.org .
We thank you for your consideration.
The Granville Selectboard
Richard Woodger, Ted Sussmann and David Ripley.
BURN PERMITS can only be obtained from the Fire Department. Call 357-8585 ext.9
or email email@example.com days before you plan to burn to acquire permit.
Open Burning season is here!
The open burn season will start on January 15th,
2017 and last until May 1st, 2017.
To burn you MUST contact the Granville Fire Department and
apply for an open burning permit.
The permit may take up to 24 hours to be approved and
issued, we ask you give a few days advanced notice when applying for the
Please note that permits will only be issued for up to 2
days per the Department of Environmental Protection.
For more information on open burning visit the Granville
Fire Department website: http://www.granvillefire.altervista.org/burning.html
Any questions please contact the fire department;
Phone: (413) 357-8585 ext. 9
Office hours: Weekdays 9am-5pm
The Fire Department meets every Tuesday night at 7pm in the Center Fire Station located at 709 Main Road. The department is a volunteer department.
The Fire Department website is located at: http://www.granvillefire.altervista.org/
Fire Department Forms:
Read This Before You Start
GFD FP6 (General)
GFD FP7C (Smoke)
GFD LPG (Storage)
Form 1 FP056 Instructions
Form FP056-Form 1 (Oil Burner)
Other web sites to visit: MA Fire Services
Southwick Fire Department Tolland Fire Department Russell Fire Department
Blandford Fire Department
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