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About Us

Our History of Commitment To Protecting You & Your Family

Killington Fire and Rescue 

Our History Since 1955

In 1955, the Sherburne Volunteer Fire Department​ was formed as a volunteer department. Sherburne Volunteer Fire Department moved from a private organization to a municipal department in 2022, with the first full-time paid staff starting in January of 2023 under the name Killington Fire and Rescue Services.


A New Killington Fire Station

In 2020, Killington Fire and Rescue moved into our new 14,000-square-foot station. Our Station is shared with the Killington Police Department and has a community room for our town's citizens to use for various reasons. 

Our new station features:

- A state-of-the-art air filtration system in the apparatus bays

- 5 bays for fire and rescue apparatus

- 900 square foot multi-purpose community room

- Hose tower

-  Offices

- Locker rooms with showers

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