Acting Chief Chuck Savage is pleased to report that the Georgetown Fire Department significantly reduced the department’s average response times to overnight ambulance calls, fires, and emergencies at no extra cost to taxpayers.
Georgetown Fire Department and Mutual Aid Partners Respond to Working Fire and Lightning Strike Simultaneously
Acting Chief Chuck Savage reports the Georgetown Fire Department responded to a fire in a home on Canterbury Drive and an unrelated medical call while mutual aid partners responded to a lighting strike on Saturday.
Georgetown Fire and Police Departments Invite Community to Remembrance Ceremony Marking 20th Anniversary of 9/11 Attacks
GEORGETOWN – The Georgetown Fire and Police Departments invite the public to attend a remembrance ceremony marking the 20th anniversary of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks.
GEORGETOWN – Acting Chief Chuck Savage reports the Georgetown Fire Department responded to an attic fire on Tuesday afternoon that is believed to have been caused by a lightning strike, and led the homeowner to safety.
GEORGETOWN — Chief Fred Mitchell is pleased to announce that the Georgetown Fire Department will begin staffing its station 24 hours a day starting next month.
GEORGETOWN — Chief Fred A. Mitchell Jr. is pleased to announce that the Georgetown Fire Department is one of nearly 300 fire departments across the state to have been awarded a grant as part of the Department of Fire Services Fiscal Year 2021 Firefighter Safety Equipment Grant Program.
GEORGETOWN — Police Chief Donald C. Cudmore and Fire Chief Fred Mitchell would like to share guidelines and tips in regards to accessing help in the midst of an emergency during National 9-1-1 Education Month.
GEORGETOWN– With warmer weather and drier conditions on the way, Chief Fred Mitchell and the Georgetown Fire Department wish to share outdoor burning safety tips with residents.
Georgetown Fire Department Reminds Residents to Test Smoke and Carbon Monoxide Alarms When Changing Their Clocks
GEORGETOWN — Chief Fred A. Mitchell Jr. and the Georgetown Fire Department Fire Department wish to remind residents to test their smoke and carbon monoxide alarms and check the batteries in each when they move their clocks ahead to start daylight saving time Sunday.
GEORGETOWN — Chief Fred A. Mitchell Jr. is pleased to announce that a Georgetown firefighter graduated from the Massachusetts Fire Academy’s Call/Volunteer training program this past weekend.