Volunteer Fire Department
In an emergency... DIAL 911 !!!
Quick Contact Information:
Robert Gleason - Fire Chief
Jay Warner - Assistant Chief
Andrew Mercieri - Deputy Chief
Fax: 860-675-2815 Scanner: 159.225 Mhz
Fire Marshal Office Hours:
No specific hours, please call.
Protecting Burlington's Residents, Homes, And Businesses
The Burlington Volunteer Fire Department (BVFD) provides fire, rescue and emergency medical services. While we are an entirely volunteer fire department, we have the same professional training that many large cities offer. We're on call and on duty 24/7, 365 days a year. We are people dedicated to helping other people. We live in this community and care about our neighbors - we are committed to your safety and willing and able to train in order protect and serve our fellow citizens.
Learn more on the BVFD website about the services we offer Burlington residents and how you can get involved in Burlington's fire protection and emergency services.
If you have any questions, please contact us directly. And, always remember.... IN AN EMERGENCY, DIAL 911!
Check out Burlington's New Fire Engine to arrive soon! See Photos.
Burlington Volunteer Fire Department Members Qualify for National Firefighter Competition
Burlington Volunteer Fire Fighters participate in a Relay team who are the 2010 CT State champs (from L-R Kris Nagy, Justin Moulton & David Peterson). Their time was 1.52.10. They will be competing again in August/September at teh Challenge event in Elkton, MD. To prepare for this event, they practice Saturday mornings at the Nepaug Reservoir (Ford & Barnes Hill) running the stairs and simulating the stations.
BVFD participated in the NATPRO Trail Race to Benefit the Wounded Warrior Project at Winding Trails on October 16. BVFD took on the five-mile obstacle course in just under 1 hour. They forged icy streams, climbed walls, carried sandbags up hills, and crawled through mud holes. In race photo (l to r) are John Haviland, Deven Yudelson, Kris Nagy, Andy Grenier, Paul Dubay, Justin and Lisa Moulton.