GEORGETOWN — Chief Fred A. Mitchell Jr. would like to announce the retirement of Firefighter and EMT Glenn Silva after a 41 year career with the Georgetown Fire Department.
Chief Fred A. Mitchell Jr. and the Georgetown Fire Department are issuing a reminder to all residents to always dial 911 promptly during an emergency and to always heed the warnings of smoke and carbon monoxide detectors in the home.
GEORGETOWN — Chief Fred A. Mitchell Jr. is pleased to announce that Santa Claus will be visiting every neighborhood in town during the 24th Annual Santa Tour this weekend.
GEORGETOWN — Chief Donald C. Cudmore is pleased to report that an elderly woman who was disoriented and had become lost on Saturday, was safely located, uninjured, after a two hour search. Yesterday at 4:37 p.m. the Georgetown Police Department responded to a report of a missing elderly female on Nelson Street in the area […]
*Media Advisory/Calendar Listing* Georgetown Fire Department Announces Annual Open House and 9/11 Remembrance Service
GEORGETOWN — Chief Fred Mitchell reports that the public is invited to attend the Georgetown Fire Department’s Open House, which will lead into the annual 9/11 Remembrance Ceremony this September.
GEORGETOWN — Chief Donald C. Cudmore is pleased to announce that the Georgetown Police Department recently hosted a regional active shooter training for first responders.
GEORGETOWN — Chief Fred Mitchell is pleased to share that the Georgetown Fire Department has hired its first crew of full-time firefighters.
GEORGETOWN — With summer on the horizon and spring in full swing, Chief Fred Mitchell and the Georgetown Fire Department wish to remind residents of important warm weather safety tips.
GEORGETOWN — As the Atlantic Hurricane Season begins this month, Chief Fred Mitchell and the Georgetown Fire Department are recommending a series of precautions for residents to read and understand in the event of a tropical storm or hurricane.
GEORGETOWN — Chief Donald C. Cudmore is pleased to announce that the Georgetown Police Department turned in 230 pounds of unused medication following National Drug Take Back Day.