Fire & Rescue

Fire/Rescue 9-1-1

County Sheriff’s Department 802-372-4482

State Police, St. Albans Barracks 802-524-5993

The Isle La Motte Volunteer Fire Company (IVFC) is an independent organization staffed solely by volunteers and supported in part with Town funds approved by the voters at each Annual Town Meeting.  The fire station is located at 2241 Main Road.  IVFC has a Marine Rescue Division with a rescue boat docked at Lakehurst Campground.  Five members of the IVFC are trained in emergency medical care and respond to 911 medical calls.  Ambulance service is through the Alburgh Volunteer Fire Department. IVFC is part of a mutual aid network with other towns in Grand Isle County plus several towns in New York and Canada.

Stay Safe As a reminder to everyone, new smoke detectors with ten-year batteries are now available in stores. Whatever type of smoke detector or carbon monoxide detector you have in your home, please be sure the batteries are fresh.  Respectfully Submitted – Bill Johnson IV, Fire Chief


Emergency Management Director – Carmine Centrella             

860-982-9326 /

Being prepared helps to ensure the Town of Isle LaMotte and its citizens are resilient. The Select Board and Town Emergency Director continue to strive to provide Isle La Motte residents and visitors with information and opportunities to come together to help ensure the safety and well-being of our community in the event of a natural or man-made disaster.


Forest Fire Warden – Sean Peters

802-528-9870 or 802-399-9411


A Burning Permit or a “Permit to Kindle Fire” is required for open burning in every town in Vermont.    BE SMART, BE SAFE!  Contact the Fire Warden BEFORE you light it up.