Greenwich Fire Department
CENTRAL FIREHOUSE WILL OPEN TO THE PUBLIC BY APPOINTMENT ONLY STARTING JUNE 1, 2020
IF YOU HAVE AN EMERGENCY DIAL 911
To maintain the ability to serve our Town we have implemented the following:
We have the ability to complete most transactions via email. If you need to make an appointment with the Fire Department you may call (203) 622-3950 for assistance.
Child Safety Seat installations are now available by appointment only. Please call Bob Roth at 203-622-3954 to schedule.
Operational guidelines have been altered to protect the public and our employees and to prevent the spread of COVID-19. These operational changes will not change the quality of service provided to the public.
All fire stations, except Central Station Headquarters, have restricted non-GFD personnel from entering the building. Please call our offices to see if we can assist you with normal business in a remote manner. Our office number is: (203) 622-3950.
All public events scheduled to take place inside any firehouse have been postponed indefinitely.
All public education events have been postponed indefinitely.
Stay Safe. Stay Healthy.
The mission of the Greenwich Fire Department (GFD) centers upon the preservation of life and property within the Town of Greenwich against the ravages of fire. The GFD is a combination fire department that consists of 106 uniformed career and approximately 85 volunteer firefighters who work together to accomplish this mission.
Training & Equipment:
Responding to over 4,200 emergency calls annually, the men and women of the GFD are trained and equipped to handle a wide range of threats. This all-hazard approach prepares our firefighters for many types of calls ranging from minor fire alarms to structure fires, motor vehicle accidents, and hazardous materials incidents. Fire apparatus consists of 13 Engines, 3 Ladder Trucks, and a Heavy Rescue. The Greenwich Fire Department operates this equipment out of eight fire houses within Greenwich (and Banksville, New York).
"The only good fire is the fire that has been prevented."