Greenville Fire Department
Emergency number: 911
Non-emergency number: (207) 695-2570
For fire permits in unorganized territories contact: 207-827-1800
Burn Permit Information:
To inquire about a fire permit please contact one of the following people.
John Simko - 280-0217 or 695-3430
Ken Drinkwater - 695-3618
Richard Peat - 280-0078
Gavin Oelschlegel - 695-0123
Support Our Local Fire Department
Purchase a magnetic ribbon for $5.00 at the Town Office
(proceeds go to purchase firefighting and rescue equipment for the Fire Department)
FIRE PREVENTION WEEK ~ October 7th - 11th
2013 Chimney Cleaning Sign-up Sheet
September 22nd - Mill Area
September 29th - Junction Area
October 6th - Village Area
October 13th - Outlying Areas
October 20th - Clean up
please call 207-695-2421 to sign-up
Greenville fire department membership application.pdf
Established by a vote of residents in 1913, the Moosehead Lake Fire Department is a division of municipal government.
Areas served by the fire department include not only Greenville and Greenville Junction, but also Little Squaw Township, Harford's Point, Big Squaw Township, Lily Bay, Beaver Cove through to Kokadjo, and Frenchtown. As part of a mutual aid agreement, the fire department offers assistance to Brownville, Brownville Junction, Milo, Dover-Foxcroft, Sangerville, Guilford, Monson, and Shirley.
In addition to responding to fires, the department responds to vehicular accidents and operates the Jaws of Life extrication equipment.
After working with Charles A. Dean Memorial Hospital and Nursing Home, C.A. Dean Ambulance, Police Department, Highway Department, McCrory Funeral Home, the Piscataquis County Sheriff's Office, Inland Fisheries and Wildlife, and the Maine Forest Service a county management plan has been put into place.