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Non-emergency phone: 802-433-5907
Williamstown’s new engine has arrived! It is an HME 1,000-gallon Rescue Pumper built in Wyoming, Mich.
Fire Department officers
William Graham, Chief
Northwood Southworth, Asst. Chief
Mike St. Lawrence, Captain
Michael Greenia, Captain Safety Officer
William Graham was chosen to be the next Fire Chief of the department, in January 2015. William is certified in Firefighter II and has been working as a volunteer firefighter since 2008.
The Williamstown Fire Department provides the residents of Williamstown, Vt., with a highly certified crew of firefighters.
We also provide mutual aid to nearby and neighboring towns.
There is currently one tanker and three engines in service at the Williamstown Public Safety Building located on Meadow Street.
Are you interested in becoming a member? Follow this link for our Employment Application.
From the Fire Warden
In order to help maintain order and safety, the Fire Warden is requesting that any requests for burn permits be made at least 24 hours before the planned burn.
Any person or persons found in violation of obtaining a valid burn permit may face fines and potential further prosecution. Please remember that burn permits are issued in accordance to state laws and are required as a matter of safety. Residents should be mindful of the conditions and any burn bans that might be effective. Thank you for your consideration.
Mike St. Lawrence
Williamstown Fire Warden
Sanctioned by the Williamstown Selectboard, the official Facebook platform for the town’s fire and ambulance services can be found by clicking here for the Williamstown Public Safety page. Follow this link to see the town’s Social Media Policy.
A retirement party was held for Butch and Tina Bresette on July 12, 2018, celebrating their many years of service with Williamstown’s Ambulance and Fire Departments. Follow this link to see photos from the party.