Groveland Fire Rescue operates out of two stations in Groveland and South Groveland. These stations are strategically located to provide rapid emergency response to all neighborhoods and businesses in Groveland in the shortest amount of time possible. Each station is equipped with one engine company and one squad company to ensure that each section of the town receives immediate response in the event of a fire, accident, or medical emergency. Other apparatus are located between the two stations as required. Monday through Friday (except national holidays) between the hours of 7 AM to 3 PM, both stations respond together to all calls regardless of nature, to ensure adequate staffing. All other calls not between 7 AM and 3 PM on weekdays, and on weekends and national holidays, are handled by the individual station depending on which side of town the emergency is on. Both stations respond together for all reports of structure fires, odors of gas in the building, smoke in the building, and fire alarm activations, regardless of day or time.
The Central Fire Station is located at 181 Main Street. Central Station is also Groveland Fire Rescue Headquarters, housing the Chief’s office and is connected to the Police Station. Central Station houses Engine 1, Ladder 1, Squad 1, and Tanker 1. Central is the busiest of the two stations, with coverage responsibility for large complexes such as Nichols Village, Groveland Manor, and the Housing Authority at River Pines, which all generate high volumes of requests for medical aid and fire calls. Central Station is led by Lt Allen Credit, Lt Michael Lawless, and Lt Daniel Briscoe.
South Station is located at 107 Washington St. South Station houses Engine 2, Engine 3, Squad 2, and Combo 2. South Station covers large complexes such as Veasey Park, Whitestone Village(Diane Circle & Alyssa Drive), Washington Park, and the A.W. Chesterton company. South Station is led by Captain Richard York, Lt Joseph Santapaola, and Lt Christopher Bosch.