Fire & Ambulance Services

The Granville Fire Department is a municipal volunteer fire department responsible for the safe and efficient execution of life, property, and environmental preservation through fire suppression, specialized rescue, BLS Ambulance service, and code compliance enforcement to the citizens and visitors of Granville Massachusetts.

Volunteer members provide 24/7 coverage to approximately 1,600 permanent residents. Two stations located on state route 57 cover the 43 square miles of town. In addition to local emergency response, mutual aid assistance is provided to all surrounding communities.

The Granville Fire Department also administers the issuance of smoke/CO detector certificates, petroleum tank installation permits, underground oil tank removal permits, open burning permits, and oil heating appliance permits.

Visit the Official Granville Fire Department Website for more information.

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Staff Contacts

Name Title Phone
Matthew Ripley Key Contact, Chief of Fire (413) 357-8572 Ext. 2
Steve Cook Deputy Chief of Fire
Laura Hayes Deputy Chief of EMS