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In June of 2014, Kevin Sikkema was diagnosed with brain cancer. Kevin is a husband, father, and firefighter with the Georgetown and Blendon Township Fire Departments. A website has been set up to coordinate the fundraising efforts at . A T-shirt has been created in honor of our brother’s battle with cancer to help raise money for the family. You can purchase these shirts at the main township office from the fire chief for a donation of $12 each. Sizes in stock are small, medium, large, XL, and 2XL. Please call ahead: 457-2340 ext 247 so we can have the shirts ready for you and verify the sizes.


Summer is here

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After a long winter, summer is finally here! Soon, we will be working on our fire hydrants. We ask you to use caution around our crews as they move around the township cleaning and flushing fire hydrants. Have a safe summer and get out and enjoy!

Challenging winter for firefighters

It has been a challenging winter for firefighters across the county. Between white out conditions, heavy snow loads, buried hydrants and icy conditions Mother Nature has thrown us many challenges.  Please use extra caution backing out of driveways with high banks, keep your speeds low and leave distance between you and the car in front of you.  Here are a few snapshots from this winter: snowblower fire in a garage, chimney fire and heavy snow load takes down a roof.

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Thank you for clearing your hydrants

We have sent teams of firefighters out every week digging out fire hydrants in Georgetown Township. If you see a fire truck out working in your neighborhood, please use caution around workers. We know we can’t open every hydrant so we thank you for helping us out. You could end up helping out your neighbors in the event of  a fire. Thanks again.

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This homeowner built a back stop to protect the hydrant. Thank you.

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This is great . Thank you.

Barn fire


Georgetown Station 3 assisted Allendale fire department on a barn fire. The building was a total loss.

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Firefighters Wanted

We are currently looking for new firefighters at the Church Street & 44th Street Fire Stations. Daytime availability is preferred. Applications can be obtained at or the Township Offices 1515 Baldwin Street, Jenison Michigan M-F 8:00 am to 5:00 pm. Return all applications to the Township Offices at the Fire Chiefs attention. If you have further questions contact the fire chief at (616) 457-2340 ext 247 or


Rollover on Baldwin


Engine 823 was called out to its first rollover call with the new engine. A single car lost control
and rolled over during Friday nights rain. The windshield was cut to free the trapped woman who escaped injury.
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New Engine 823 with all its Decals.

Here are a few new pictures of engine 823 which will be housed at station 2 on Church st. We had all the decals put on by Scotts Signs in Grandville. Great Job !!


The New Engine is here!

We took delivery of our new engine 823  tonight. We hope to have all the equipment on it and put it in service in a couple of weeks.

Here are some pics more details to come.


Coats for kids


Georgetown Fire Department is conducted its 2nd annual “Fire Coats 4 Kids- No Child Goes Cold” Campaign.  Due to the current state of the economy, there is a great need in the Jenison and Hudsonville School systems for winter coats.  We are  again collecting new and gently used winter coats, gloves, and hats for the kids of Georgetown Township. Our goal last  year was  500 winter coats and that goal was met thank you. Lets see if we can do it again this year.

 You can drop off your new or gently used coats at any Georgetown fire station.
7518 church St
1415 44th St
7480 36th St
Thanks for your support. If you have questions contact the Fire Chief  at 457-2340#247

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