GROVELAND — Fire Chief Robert Valentine, Police Chief Jeffrey T. Gillen, and the Groveland Police and Fire Departments are pleased to announce that Santa Claus is coming to town again this year.

Santa will be traveling from the North Pole to Groveland on Sunday, Dec. 4. He will be escorted to the Groveland Public Safety Building, 181 Main St., by Groveland Police cruisers and Groveland Fire apparatus.

Santa’s sleigh route will begin at 11 a.m. at the Bagnall School, 253 School St., and take him downtown toward Main Street, ending at the Public Safety Building.

Residents are encouraged to line up along the sleigh route and wave to Santa. 

Groveland Fire is allowing Santa to use its new truck, Engine 3, as his sleigh for the festivities.

Families and children of all ages will be able to meet Santa and take pictures with him from 11:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Every child who sits with Santa will receive a candy cane. Additionally, cookies, brownies, coffee, and hot chocolate will be available.

Residents and community members are encouraged to visit the station to take a picture with Santa and meet Groveland first responders for a festive holiday event.


Groveland Police and Fire Announce Santa Is Coming to Town