1) I’m glad the Crozet Volunteer Fire Department is there for us. (you can donate here)
2) The siren. When it goes off, I tend to ask them what it’s for, because I know others are curious/concerned.
3) Follow @CrozetFire on Twitter.
4) Yesterday’s siren:
@realcrozetva pretty serious call earlier. Sometimes we set it off to get the attention of those nearby that may not have their pagers.
— CROZET FIRE (@CrozetFire) October 16, 2014
New Discussion from 2017
@realcrozetva It's because they have requested for responders via pager and someone is there waiting for a driver or in need of more manpower.— Patricia Clark (@mtn2seagal) May 7, 2017
@realcrozetva The fire whistle used to go off for every incident, before pagers. Acme and Conagra would allow employees to leave work to respond.— Patricia Clark (@mtn2seagal) May 7, 2017
@realcrozetva They are always looking for more volunteers to help with our community. My dad and brother use to be volunteers for Crozet.— Patricia Clark (@mtn2seagal) May 7, 2017