Welcome to the Guilford Volunteer Fire Department’s official website. The GVFD is a non-profit volunteer fire dept. which responds to both fire and emergency medical incidents. Guilford is a small town (population of 2,121 in 2010) in Windham County, in the southeastern corner of Vermont, near Brattleboro. GVFD has been serving the town of Guilford, Vermont since 1949.

The Guilford Volunteer Fire Dept. responds to over 200 fire and EMS (Emergency Medical Service) calls each calender year.  We are located at 108 Guilford Center Road, Guilford, Vermont.

We operate 2 engines, 1 tanker, 1 utility truck, 1 brush truck, an 1 off-road rescue unit and a water rescue trailer. We currently have 37 active members including fire fighters, EMTs, and Paramedics. We are members of South Western New Hampshire District Fire Mutual Aid, Tri-State Fire Mutual Aid System, and the National Fire Protection Agency.


The Trustees of the Guilford Volunteer Fire Department will hold its Annual Meeting on Monday, August 12, 2019 at 6:30 p.m. at the fire station.

The agenda will include a statement from the President, election of officers, a report from the GFD Auxiliary and a recap of the past year.

Refreshments will follow.

Following a break, the trustees will hold their regular monthly meeting.

The general public is welcome to attend.

250th Parade

Before Guilford’s 250th Anniversary Parade in 2011. Tammi Quinn photo.

Second alarm fire on Yeaw Road. March 1, 2015.

Second alarm fire on Yeaw Road. March 1, 2015.