Georgetown Lake Volunteer Fire Department

Fred Bjorklund, GLVFD Fire Chief, unveiled the newest Engine (Engine 3) at the Georgetown Lake Homeowners Association Summer meeting held at the Fire Hall.  


Fred also announced a 40 foot extension to the back of the fire hall.  The fire hall can now host your community events including meetings and weddings.  Please contact Fred to discuss your ideas as to how you might use the fire hall.

Fred Bjorklund, Fire Chief



Dial 911 immediately in case of Fire or any other emergency. 

Don’t wait and see – dial immediately.

Revised JANUARY 30, 2007

These rules and regulations are subject to examination and change by the Fire Protection Authority Having Jurisdiction (FPAHJ).  The Georgetown Lake Fire Service Area reserves the right to change or modify these regulations upon special situations.


This section of the Georgetown Lake Fire Service Area Fire Protection Standards presents the minimum planning, construction, maintenance elements for subdivisions to provide for the protection of life and property from emergency incidents.


All subdivisions shall be planned, designed, constructed, and maintained to minimize the risk of fire and to permit effective and efficient response to and mitigation of emergency incidents in order to protect persons, property, and natural resource areas.
To place structures in such a manner so as to minimize the potential for flame spread and to permit efficient access for fire fighting equipment.

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