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 Moosehead Jct. Township, Harford’s Point, Little Moose Township, Shirley, 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 and Monson. In addition to responding to fires, the department responds to vehicle accidents and operates the Jaws of Life extrication equipment.
After working with Charles A. Dean Memorial Hospital, C.A. Dean Ambulance, Greenville Police Department, Greenville Public Works, Piscataquis County Sheriff’s Office, Inland Fisheries and Wildlife, and the Maine Forest Service a county management plan has been put into place.
Follow the below steps to obtain a burn permit with the town of Greenville:
- Go the website: wardensreport.com
- Select “Obtain a Permit”
- Select Greenville and complete permit application and submit.
- Be sure to PRINT OFF and SIGN YOUR PERMIT
- HAVE YOUR PERMIT WITH YOU DURING YOUR BURN!
Unorganized Territory Burn Permits
For fire permits in unorganized territories contact: (207) 827-1800
Junior Firefighter Program
The Greenville Fire Department is looking for Students from age 14-18 to get involved in the Jr. Firefighter Program.
If you or someone you know is interested applications are available at the Town Office and Greenville Fire Station.