Groton Long Point Volunteer Fire Department covers Groton Long Point and provides mutual aid to the Noank Fire…More District. The department has about 20 members and 12 active volunteers. Rescue vehicles include a pumper truck, rescue truck and rescue boat. The department responds to calls 24 hours a day but is not staffed at the fire house during the daytime.</p>
<p>Douglas Perina is the Fire Chief.</p>
The Mystic Fire Department is a mostly volunteer department with stations at 34 Broadway Avenue and 52 New London…More Road. Mystic Hook & Ladder Company is on New London Road.</p>
<p>The fire department has a paid chief and deputy chief and about 40 volunteers. The department runs 24 hours, but has office hours at its Broadway Avenue location from 8am until 4pm.</p>
<p>Mystic Fire has five fire trucks including engines, a ladder truck and a rescue truck. Frank Hilbert is chief and fire marshal.</p>
Center Groton Fire District 163 Candlewood Rd, Groton, CT06340 The Center Groton Fire District covers the area along Route 184, from Gungywamp Road to Flanders Road and the area along…More North Road from Route 117 to the Ledyard town line. The volunteer department has one engine, a rescue truck, a brush truck and a tanker. Derek Fauntleroy is the chief.
Old Mystic Fire District 295 Cow Hill Rd, Mystic, CT06355 The Old Mystic Fire District covers the Old Mystic part of Groton, and offers mutual aid to other fire departments that…More may need help. The department is a combination of about five career firefighters and 25 to 30 volunteers. The department has three engines as well as a tower ladder truck and a truck with heavy rescue equipment. Ken Richards Jr. is chief of the district.
The city's fire department is a combination of career and volunteer firefighters who respond to calls about fires,…More accidents and medical assistance. The department has two stations, 15 career firefighters, a handful of active volunteers, a deputy chief and a chief.</p>
<p>Company No. 1 has an engine, ladder truck and support vehicles. Company No. 2 has an engine, rescue truck, trailer with heavy rescue equipment and spare engine that can be used while others are being repaired.</p>
<p>Stations are staffed 24 hours a day, with three to five firefighters on each shift. The department responds to about 1,300 calls a year. Nicholas Delia is fire chief.</p>
Poquonnock Bridge Fire Department 373 Long Hill Rd, Groton, CT06340 The Poquonnock Bridge Fire District covers a large part of the town's residential area as well as most of its commercial…More area. The district has stations at 373 Long Hill Road and 13 Fort Hill Road, and also provides mutual aid to other departments. The Long Hill station has an engine equipped with medical equipment, a ladder truck, a boat and trailer, a special operations trailer for incidents involving hazardous materials, the chief's car, deputy chief's car and a pickup The Fort Hill station has an engine used for basic firefighting and medical assistance, a fire alarm maintenance truck, a reserve engine, a parade truck and the fire marshal's care. The station also houses the fire prevention office. The department responds to more than 2,000 calls a year. Michael Richards is fire marshal. Todd Paige is chief.