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Greensboro Vol. Fire Co. 116 North Main Street P.O. Box 307 Greensboro, MD. 21639

(410) 482-8420


Dear Prospective Member;

Thank you for your interest in membership with the Greensboro Volunteer Fire Company. Becoming a member of our volunteer organization will bring you great satisfaction, excitement and create life long friendships. Becoming a member of our fire company will take serious commitment, determination, and dedication. This decision should not be taken lightly. We hope that you will feel compelled to become a part of our family. We would like to thank you for taking the time to consider joining our fire department, and please do not hesitate to contact us should you have any questions or concerns. Below you will find membership requirements and an application, if you should decide to start your adventure please return completed application to the firehouse or mail to address listed above

Greensboro Volunteer Fire Company
P.O. Box 307
Greensboro, Md. 21639-0307
ATTN: Membership Committee.

The Membership Committee
Greensboro Volunteer Fire Company


All training you receive is provided for by the State of Maryland or Greensboro Vol. Fire Company. Most training is conducted at the a Maryland Fire & Rescue Institute location or in-house. Some courses can be converted to college credit though the University of Maryland.

Equipment and Gear

All equipment and safety gear needed to perform department duties is provided. In most cases, fire and EMS gear are fitted and assigned to the member. Safety is top priority and every measure is observed to assure that members are properly protected.

Workman's Compensation

As a member of the Greensboro Volunteer Fire Company you are eligible for Workman's Compensation at no cost to you.

Line of Duty Death Benefit

All members of the company are covered by a Line of Duty death benefit (Life Insurance). The Federal and/or State Government will provide life insurance payments to a deceased volunteer firefighter or ladies auxiliary member who is killed in the line of duty during a fire department alarm or function.

Non-Line of Duty Death Benefit Pension

All active members in the department are eligible to receive a pension for service rendered as a volunteer in the Maryland Fire Service after 25 years and attain the minimum age to collect.

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