In service of Shelburne, Vermont since 1941
Dial 911 in emergencies
Unsure if an alarm is signaling danger? Dial 911 so we can make the call. For non-emergencies or burn permits, call Shelburne Dispatch (802) 985-8051
Shelburne Fire has roughly 30 members and responds to an average of nearly 300 emergencies each year. Our members also strive to advance public safety through education and fire prevention.
Join your neighbors in being part of something bigger, and make a connection with your community.
A knox box is a secure armored vault bolted to a building exterior that contains keys to the premises. We encourage all local businesses to participate in our Knox Box program.
Help us help you. In an emergency, locating the address as soon as possible is the first step in saving lives and property.
Before you have an open fire, contact the Shelburne Police non-emergency number to obtain a legal burn permit.
Support life-saving equipment and activities via the Shelburne Firefighters’ Association (SFA), a 501(c)3 charitable organization.
Your tax-deductible donation enables important purchases that fall outside of the Town of Shelburne’s responsibilities.
The idea of neighbors helping neighbors has always been strong in Shelburne. On Town Meeting Day 2023, Shelburne Fire marks 100 years since the Town appropriated the first money towards fire protection. You can read all about it in our history.
In case you missed it, NBC 5 aired a story at the end of February commemorating this milestone and highlighting the call to join.
Since its inception in 1941, members have proudly protected life and property in Shelburne, a town of 7,000+ residents located along Lake Champlain.