Sunday, November 21st, 2021
Annual Food DriveThank you to everyone who donated. We collected 1,864 lbs. and over $500 in donationsSanta’s Fire Engine RideGood news everyone! We sent an early email to Santa asking if he wil...
Saturday, October 30th, 2021
Annual Food DriveThe annual Fire Departments Food Drive to benefit the Hinesburg Food Shelf will be November 6, 9am-2pm. Nonperishable food, health and hygiene items, and monetary donations may be dro...
Sunday, September 26th, 2021
Kitchen FireAt 1:45 pm Sept 15, HFD was dispatched to Major Street for a reported kitchen fire. Shelburne Dispatch provided an updated report that the fire was extending to the rest of the home. Dispa...
Sunday, August 22nd, 2021
Rest in Peace Paul EmmonsOn Saturday July 24, following a service remembering Paul, he was placed on Old Engine 1 and escorted by the Hinesburg Fire Department to his final resting place. Following th...

Welcome To The  Official Website Of The Hinesburg Fire Department



Mission Statement

Our plan and goal is to assure the citizens of Hinesburg that fire, rescue and medical services provided by the Hinesburg Fire Department will be of the highest quality in order to meet our community's expectations.


Are you interested in helping others?

please click for Hinesburg Fire Department Application for Membership

Would you like to make new friends and help others in your community?  Would you like to learn more about emergency medical services or firefighting?  Then we would like to meet you.

The Hinesburg Fire Department responds to approximately 500 calls for service each year.  Whether it is helping with cleanup after a storm, investigating an alarm sounding, treating an injured person, or fighting a fire, we are there to help. 

Interested in learning about Emergency Medical Service? Hinesburg will be hosting a fall Emergency Medical Technician class.  The class will be in the late fall.  More details to follow.

Maybe you are interested in firefighting.  Firefighting is more than putting on special equipment, a mask, and running into a building with a hose to put out a fire.  There is a lot that needs to be done when we are at a scene.  Whether is it pulling equipment off the engines; putting up ladders; assisting EMT’s with patients; or traffic control.

If you would like to know more or are interested in the course, please stop by the Hinesburg Fire Station any Wednesday evening or email


please remember to call our dispatch center at 

985 8051 for burn permits





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