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Tue. Dec 7th 2010
GCVFD Responds to a 2 car MVA

Granby Center Fire Department Responded to a 2 Car MVA call Wednesday, Dec 7th 2010. The cars hit each other head on.

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Tue. Dec 7th 2010
GCVFD Responds to a 1 car MVA

Granby Center Fire Department Responded to a MVA call Wednesday, Dec 7th 2010. The car had hit a utility poll.

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Tue. Sep 28th 2010
GCVFD Responds to Fire in Gravel Pit

Members of the Granby Center Fire Department responded to a Payloader on fire in a gravel pit off county route 85 in the twn ...

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Contact Information
Granby Center Volunteer Fire Department
PO Box 358
Fulton, NY 13069



Non-Emergency:

315-598-7187

Emergency:

911

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Welcome to the Granby Center Fire Department Inc. Web Site. The Granby Center fire department is 100% VOLUNTEER... 100% of the time. We provide Fire Protection and Emergency Medical Services to the Town of Granby in Oswego County New York. We cover approximately 29 square miles with a population of about 4100 people.

 

History - Our Building

In 1936 a site on the Granby Center – Bowens Corners road was donated by Elmer Taylor for use as a firebarn. Money was raised in numerous ways, such as field days, suppers and donations. The materials were purchased and a building approximately 20 x 24 feet was erected.


 The "New" Granby Center Fire Station.
July 28, 1960