Fauquier County Department of Fire Rescue           & Emergency Management                                    

62 Culpeper Street                                                                                                                       Warrenton, Virginia 20186                                                                                                                    
Administration / Operations- 540-422- 8800
Training - 540-422-8820

 

Fauquier Volunteer Fire Rescue Association

 

       The Fauquier Volunteer Fire Rescue Association is comprised of the eleven Volunteer Fire Rescue agencies within Fauquier County.  The Association is headed by President Tom Marable.  He has served the Association in the capacity of president for many years.  Tha Association meets on the third Thursday of each month at the Warren Green Building Meeting Room, located at 10 Hotel Street, Warrenton VA.

 

 VF&R Financial Management Policy

 

Member Agencies


Warrenton Volunteer Fire Company  (Station 01)

The WVFC has been located at 167 West Shirley Ave, Warrenton since 1976 and have been proudly serving the citizens of the Town of Warrenton and Fauquier County since 1924. We are dedicated to the preservation of life and property through education, quality emergency medical care, effective fire suppression and hazard mitigation.             Non Emergency (540) 347-0522, Emergency Dial 911


Remington Volunteer Fire & Rescue  (Station 02/14)

The Remington Volunteer Fire Department was established on March 3, 1942.  Our first building was located on East Main Street in downtown Remington.  A 1927 Brockway was purchased for $1,400.00 and served as Remingtons' first engine company.  200 East Marshall Street, Remington, VA 22734
Non Emergency (540) 439-8010,  Emergency Dial 911


                 Marshall Volunteer Fire Department   (Station 03)

Marshall Volunteer Fire Department was organized in 1942 and proudly protects approximately 10,000 people living in an area of 100 square miles. Operating out of one station the department, whose members are on a volunteer status, protects a primarily rural area and responds to approximately 550 incidents a year. Response includes residential, commercial, agricultural, interstate highway, and hazardous materials. Continual operation of the department relies on grants supplemented by fund raising activities such as our fund drive letters, special events, and monthly breakfasts.  Marshall Volunteer Fire Department, 4160 Rectortown Road, PO Box 207, Marshall, VA 20116  xxxx  Non Emergency (540) 364.2047, Emergency Dial 911


The Plains Volunteer Fire (Station 04)

The Plains Volunteer Fire Company

P.O. Box 93

               4260 Loudoun Avenue

               The Plains, VA 20198

               Non Emergency (540) 253-5809, Emergency Dial 911


               

  Upperville Volunteer Fire  (Station 05)

Upperville Volunteer Fire Company

              P.O. Box 237

              9167 Johns S. Mosby Hwy

              Upperville, VA 20185

              Non Emergency (540) 592-3371, Emergency Dial 911

 


            

Catlett Volunteer Fire and Rescue Company  (Station 07)

Our organization is over 100 volunteers strong.  It is comprised of two merged organizations. The Catlett Volunteer Fire Company was organized in 1962.  The Cedar Run Volunteer Rescue Squad was organized in 1973. the two merged in 2007 to become the "CATLETT VOLUNTEER FIRE AND RESCUE COMPANY, INC." We provide to the community of Catlett and surrounding jurisdictions, Emergency Medical Services both BLS (Basic Life Support) and ALS( Advance Life Support), Fire Suppression, HazMat Incidents, Swift Water Rescue, ATV(All Terrain Vehicle) Search and Rescue, and more.  Catlett Volunteer Fire and Rescue, 3447 Catlett Road, P.O. Box 280, 3447 Catlett Rd., Catlett, VA 20119, Non Emergency: 540-788-9069, Emergency: 911


 

Goldvein Volunteer Volunteer Fire Department  (Station 08)

The GOLDVEIN VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPARTMENT, located in southern Fauquier county Virginia was organized in 1966. Its first piece of apparatus, a 1957 Reo 500 gallon pumper was purchased from the Remington Volunteer Fire department soon after. In its first year of service it ran just 10 fire calls. In 1990 the Department bought its first ambulance from Fairfax Volunteer Fire Department for $1.00. Since its formation the department has come a long way with the support of the community and the loyalty of its dedicated volunteers. In 2008 the department answered 540 EMS calls and 257 Fire calls. Today the department operates a 1991 Grumman pumper, 1994 Pierce tanker, 2006 brush truck / mini pumper, and a 2009 Road Rescue ambulance. There has also been a kitchen, office, TV room, and enough bunks to sleep 10 added to provided a better service to the community. We are constantly looking for dedicated volunteers to help meet the increasing demands of the Fire and EMS service, if you are interested in joining - come by, call, or use the on line application. To this day the Goldvein VFD remains a 100% Volunteer organization!  Goldvein Volunteer Fire Department, 14276 GOLDVEIN ROAD, Goldvein, Virginia 22720, Non Emergency: 540 752 4772, Emergency: 911


Marshall Rescue Volunteer Rescue  (Station 09)

MVRS has been serving our community in northern Fauquier County for over 40 years. We have seen a lot of change over the years from the size of our first due to the equipment we use to save lives. Thanks to our incredibly supportive community we are able to keep up to date with the latest technology and training so that we can provide the best service possible to our neighbors.  Our fleet includes an E-One Heavy Rescue, a Ford Crown Victoria response car, one Wheeled Coach ambulance, two Horton ambulances and a Ford Support truck.  Marshall Volunteer Rescue Squad, P.O. Box 225, 8472 West Main Street, Marshall, Virginia 20116, Non Emergency 540-364-2277, Emergency: 911


 

New Baltimore Volunteer Fire and Rescue Department  (Station 10)

Physical Address
5303 Lee HWY
Broad RunVA 20137
Mailing Address
5303 Lee HWY
Broad RunVA 20137

Telephone: (540) 349-9004


 

Orlean Volunteer Fire   (Station 11)

The Orlean Volunteer Fire Department was founded in 1972 by a group of concerned citizens. Since that time members have continued to serve the community with pride and professionalism. Now, the Orlean Volunteer Fire and Rescue Department provides fire and rescue services to a large geographic area. In the spirit of community service, members volunteer their time and talents to respond to calls as well as conduct numerous fund raising and community out-reach events.  Orlean Volunteer Fire Department, Inc., P. O. Box 15, 6838 Leeds Manor Rd., Orlean, Virginia 20128. Phone: 540-364-1880, Emergency: 911


 

Lois Volunteer Fire Department  (Station 13)

We are a volunteer organization that was established in 1978. We are located in Bealeton, VA and serve our local community. We currently have 35 volunteers who volunteer their time to help the people in our community. New volunteers are welcome.  Lois Vol. Fire Dept., P. O. Box 137, 12067 Marsh Road, Bealeton, VA 22712 Non Emergency Phone: (540) 439-2120, Emergency: 911


 

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