Fire/Medical Emergencies: Dial 9-1-1
Non-Emergencies Cumberland County Dispatch: 207-893-2810
Public Safety Building Business line: 207-657-3931 (Mon-Fri 8am-4pm)
EMS Billing Questions? Contact the Billing Clerk 207-657-3331
(Gray Fire photo)
Tami Hadlock of Gray pins a new badge on the jacket of her husband, Shaun, after he was promoted
to lieutenant at the Gray Fire Rescue Honors Night on Thursday, October 6, 2011, at Gray's Central Station.
A total of nine department members were honored for their dedication to the department and to the citizens of Gray.
For additional information or questions, please contact Chief Galen Morrison, Gray Fire-Rescue, (207) 657-6372.
Gray Fire Rescue needs (Volunteer) Call Firefighters & EMS providers!
Training is provided at no cost so stop in today. Have you wanted to become an EMT or Firefighter ?? Can you think of a better way to help your neighbors? Please see our recruitment page for details.
Organized firefighting began in Gray, Maine during the 1880's. Gray Rescue was formed in 1969. Gray Fire-Rescue (GFR) is a combination department providing twenty-four hour fire and medical emergency services to the Town of Gray (pop. 7,500).
Our staff is comprised of members who are Career, Part Time, Per-diem and Paid On Call. At Central Fire Station the Administrative Offices and Billing Office are open during the week Monday-Friday from 8:00am-4:00pm
Gray Fire Rescue Department is a progressive combination Fire EMS Department. We operate out of 3 Stations with a fleet of 4 Engines, 1 Ladder, 1 Heavy Rescue, 1 Forestry Unit, 2 Support Vehicles, 1 Regional Hazmat Trailer and 2 Ambulances.
Fire & EMS calls for service 850 calls as of 10-5-12.