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On behalf of the members of the Groton Fire Department, welcome to our website.  The Groton Fire Department provides fire protection, fire prevention, fire safety education and emergency medical services to the citizens of Groton. 

The goal of this website is to be informative and educational.  You will find many helpful home fire safety tips, important links and forms/permits. As you browse our website, please note you can contact us with any comments or information you would like to see or share on our website.   Please visit frequently as we plan on updating our website often.  Thank you. 


OPEN HOUSE - SAT. SEPT 13TH 10:00AM
Groton Fire Department is proud to announce the Open House of our new Fire Station scheduled for Sat. Sept 13th at 10:00AM.  Please come and join us for the Dedication of the Building starting promptly at 10:00AM with tours of our new facility to follow.
Come & Visit Groton Fire at Grotonfest
GFD will be at Grotonfest on Sat. Sept 20th starting at 10:00AM - stop by and see us  ~  climb the ladder truck  ~  tour the ambulance, hope to see you all there
GFD has moved

our new address is:

Groton Fire Department
45 Farmers Row
Groton, MA  01450 

UPCOMING 1st AID & CPR CLASS
Our next 1st Aid Class is scheduled for Wed, Sept 24th and our next CPR class is scheduled for Thurs, Sept 25th both classes are from 6PM-9PM.  All are welcome.  If you are interested in taking this class please call Diane Aiello at 978-448-6333 or email at daiello@townofgroton.org

PREVENTING MULCH FIRES
Spring is the time for landscaping outside buildings and this spring will be the second one with the new mulch fire safety regulation in effect. Please click on the link below for more safety information.
http://www.mass.gov/eopss/docs/dfs/dfs-briefs/may-2014/8-publiceducation-preventingmulchfires.pdf
Fire Prevention Week Oct 5 - 11th, 2014
It’s Fire Prevention Week—help us sound the alarm that working smoke alarms save lives.

Did you know that many people don’t test their smoke alarms as often as they should? When there is a fire, smoke spreads fast. You need working smoke alarms to give you time to get out. Test yours every month! 

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