Fire and rescue needs of Sharon, Vermont are supported by the Sharon Firemen's Association, Inc., and its Volunteer Fire Department. Currently, there are 24 active members. The department provides mutual aide for surrounding towns.

The firehouse is located at 5808 Route 14. It has a kitchen, meeting room, a fire chief's office, storage, and two bays. The department owns four vehicles: Car 1, Engine 1, Engine 2, and Tanker 1. The department also owns a 1925 Model T parade vehicle donated by Ernie Phelps. The firehouse is an emergency shelter for the town.

The Sharon Fire Department participates in annual town gatherings. It hosts an annual chicken barbecue at the Old Home Day celebration. Members of the department are also active in town committees such as E911 management, fire wardens, and the South Royalton Rescue Squad's Advisory Board.

Important Notices:

  • Sharon Old Home Day is on August 11, 2018. All fire departments are encouraged to join the parade. Please meet at our station at 9:30. Chicken BBQ will be ready around 11. Eat under the tent at the Sharon Horseshoe Pits or take it to go!
  • January 2019 rifle raffle tickets are on sale now! Purchase yours at Old Home Day or contact any firefighter member between now and December 20 - they usually go fast, so don't wait too long!

Burn Permits:

Burn Permits are required BEFORE you begin to burn. Please contact one of our Fire Wardens for a permit:

    • Jason Flint: 802-291-2984
    • Dustin Potter: 802-299-8715

Additional information regarding Vermont's Wildland Fire Seasons is available from the Vermont Department of Forests, Parks, and Recreation.

We welcome other town committees to use the firehouse facilities to hold meetings. If interested, please contact Chief Jason Flint.

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