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Annandale Volunteer Fire Department added 01/17/2002
The Annandale Volunteer Fire Department(AVFD) with two fire stations is located in Fairfax County, Virginia.
Ashburn Volunteer Fire and Rescue Department added 01/17/2002
Ashburn VFRD is located approximately 30 miles west of Washington DC in Loudoun County Virginia. It is part of a combination career and volunteer system.
Burke Volunteer Fire and Rescue Department added 01/17/2002
Centerville Co.3 Vol. Fire-Rescue added 01/17/2002
Charlottesville Fire Department added 01/17/2002
Churchville Volunteer Fire Department and Rescue Squad added 01/17/2002
Craigsville Volunteer Fire Department added 01/17/2002
Dale City Volunteer Fire Department added 01/17/2002
Elkton Volunteer Fire Company added 01/17/2002
Fairfax Volunteer Fire Department added 01/17/2002
The mission of the Fairfax Volunteer Fire Department is to provide high quality emergency medical and fire suppression and rescue services through the skill, commitment, and cooperative team effort of our volunteers working hand-in-hand with the career staff.
King William County Volunteer Fire Department and Rescue Squad added 01/17/2002
King William Volunteer Fire - Rescue was founded in October 1963. It originally begun as a Rescue Squad only, but soon after began providing volunteer fire suppression. The Department has been in continuous operation ever since.
Lake Jackson Volunteer Fire and Rescue Department added 01/17/2002
Lake Jackson Volunteer Fire & Rescue Department provides 24 hour protection for our community and surrounding areas by providing protection from fires, medical emergencies, and other emergency hazards to life and property. We maintain several pieces of fire fighting and emergency medical apparatus to be utilized by our volunteer membership in the event of an emergency. We are located just outside of Manassas, in Prince William County, Virginia.
Mangohick Volunteer Fire Department added 01/17/2002
New Baltimore Volunteer Fire & Rescue Company added 01/17/2002
The New Baltimore Volunteer Fire and Rescue Company was founded in 1971 and is located on Lee Highway (US 29) and Gray's Mill Road in the village of New Baltimore. The department operates out of a single station and proudly protects over 5000 people living in a 31 square mile, primarily rural area. We run an Engine, Wagon, Pumper, Brush Truck and an Ambulance.
Orange Volunteer Fire Department added 01/17/2002
Volunteers Serving the Community of Orange Since 1921.
Poquoson Fire and Rescue added 01/17/2002
The City of Poquoson Fire and Rescue provides 24 hour emergency service to the citizens of Poquoson.
Scottsville Volunteer Fire Department added 01/17/2002
The Scottsville Vol.Fire Dept. is Located in Scottsville Va. Along side the James River. Our main service area is Southern Albermarle County. But we have first due areas in Fluvanna, Buckingham and Nelson Counties as well. All total, we serve approximately 300 sq. miles, housing approximately 15,000 people.
Sterling Volunteer Fire Department added 01/17/2002
Stuarts Draft Volunteer Fire Company added 01/17/2002
Serving Proudly since 1950
Troutville Volunteer Fire Department added 01/17/2002
Tunstall Fire & Rescue added 01/17/2002
Dedicated Volunteers Serving Our Community Since 1961. When seconds count...Count on us!!
Vienna Volunteer Fire Department added 01/17/2002
The Vienna Volunteer Fire Department (VVFD) is affiliated with the Fairfax County Fire and Rescue Department. Fairfax County provides 24-hour staffing with career Fire Fighters and Paramedics. VVFD volunteers provide additional staffing and additional units as required.
Virginia Beach Fire Dept. Co.18 added 01/17/2002
Warrenton Volunteer Fire Company added 01/17/2002
Williamsburg Fire Department added 01/17/2002
The mission of the Williamsburg Fire Department is to ensure a prompt, safe and timely response to emergencies of an all hazards nature. To diligently enforce all life safety measures to ensure a safe and liveable community for citizens and visitors.