Historic Sites and Points of Interest in El Dorado County

Georgetown Firehouse
  Georgetown Firehouse 13 December 2013
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Georgetown Firehouse
6281 Main Street
Built 1965

The marker mounted between the red door and the garage door reads:

Georgetown Firehouse

This firehouse, completed in 1965, was built to replace one on the opposite side of Main Street which was inadequate to house modern equipment. Headquarters of the Georgetown Fire District, now in this building, were formerly on Church Street.

Dedicated By
James W. Marshall Chapter No. 49
E Clampus Vitus.
May 20, 1967

The markers mounted near the large fire bell commemorate Georgetown (California Historical Landmark 484) and the Georgetown Volunteer Firemen.

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