Saturday APRIL 19TH, 2014
@ ASBURY VOL. FIRE DEPT
6:30am - 11:00am
Serving: pancakes, sausage, bacon
EVERYONE IS WELCOME
Christmas parade this year will be delayed until December 16th. line up starts at 1 in front of fire station on martling gap road. parade is approx. 6 miles( goes in front of school to three way grocery turns right to martling crossing then right back to fire station. we welcome most to join in--floats, cars, trucks atvs, motor cycles , horses and wagons. walking is discouraged. Grand marshal will be legislative delegation and families. chili will be served following parade. Wishing all a very merry Christmas. Sorry to change but bad weather predictions merited change
Effective May 1 2010 our ISO rate will be lowered to 5. This includes all within 5
road miles of our station. Because were were
appoved with our "water
distance from a hydrant is
irrevelant. ALL are included in the CLASS 5 RATING.
Thanks to all the Asbury Vol. Fire Dept. members that helped and the many surrouding departments that assisted in the shuttle. Lots of work and experience went into this undertaking and it is paying off with reduced insurance premiums. See
your local agent to get the reduced rates. Give a big thanks to Asbury Vol. Fire Dept. for being the ONLY department with this lowest rating and one of very few in Alabama.
Email us for details
is conducted on the 3rd Thursday of each month and at least 4-6 Saturdays per year.
Monthly business meetings
| Our coverage area is approximately 48 square miles in the eastern side of Marshall County and a small portion of western Dekalb County. The population of our coverage area is about 2,300 people in both counties. We have one school, several churches and several local stores and businesses along with numerous poultry farms. Our department is a public department whose members are on a volunteer status. We are located just 8 miles ENE of Albertville and just 10 miles ESE of Guntersville, Alabama
Our latest ISO rating, effective May 1, 2005 is a 5.
Our primary goal is to protect the lives and property of those in our community who help support us. We strive to provide prompt and immediate fire protection and quality medical care for those in need.
Asbury V.F.D. is a non-profit volunteer organization and operations rely solely on donations, government grants and fundraising events.