Loudoun County Fire and Rescue

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Our service represents a combined effort of volunteers and career employees who respond to emergency incidents 24 hours a day, 7 days per week. Our principal goal is to provide you the highest level of efficient and professional emergency fire and rescue service possible. We operate from 19 stations, providing a full range of emergency response to the citizens of Loudoun County and the seven incorporated Towns. By way of reciprocal mutual aid agreements, services are also provided to the Loudoun County's neighboring jurisdictions. In 2016, our service responded to over 29,500 incidents! In addition to conventional “first responder” services, we manage various core public safety sections. These include 9-1-1 Emergency Communications, the Office of Emergency Management, Fire & EMS Training, Fire & Life Safety Education, Fire Prevention Code Enforcement, Fire Investigations, Volunteer Coordination and Planning & Administrative services. The following programs and critical public safety messages are on the forefront of our fight for safety, knowledge and prevention: "Put a Finger On It" Smoke Alarm Program Open Burning Regulations in Loudoun County Alert Loudoun “Put it Out. All the way. Every time.” Safety tips to avoid fires caused by improperly discarded smoking materials. P.A.D Public Access to Defibrillators CPR Training for Residents In addition to our website, we encourage you to follow along with us through social media. These resources will serve as your window to the departments activities, our people and our organization. Lastly, I encourage you to visit any of our fire and rescue facilities. They will be happy to show you around, answer your questions and, perhaps, entice you to join our service. It is, after all, among the most noble of professions.

Mission: Our Mission It is the mission of the combined fire and EMS system of Loudoun County to provide residents and visitors with efficient and cost-effective fire protection, rescue, and emergency medical services. The system also responds to and mitigates hazardous materials and related life safety and property threatening incidents, utilizing state-of-the-art equipment and a staff of highly trained volunteer and career personnel located in strategically placed facilities 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Services Fire and rescue services in Loudoun County are provided through a combination system that includes nearly 500 career and more than 1,500 volunteer personnel. The Department of Fire, Rescue, and Emergency Management, in conjunction with leadership of the volunteer component, coordinates fire and emergency medical services (EMS) that include: Administration and delivery of Fire, EMS, and related training Emergency response Fire prevention and investigation Hazardous materials response Swift water rescue Wildland firefighting E-911 Emergency Communications Center Public Education and Community Outreach Programs Coordination and mitigation of large-scale emergencies and disasters utilizing an all-hazards approach

Operating as usual

07/15/2020

Join Firefighter Seaver Miller for a fun Books and Badges reading of Firefighter Ted by Andrea Beaty and illustrated by Pascal Lemaitre. #BooksandBadges

Purcellville Police Department Loudoun County Public Library

07/14/2020
CH600

Even the Fire Chief misses mornings at the training academy!

Help us prevent mulch and landscaping fires 🔥 by making sure you put out your smoking material all the way, every time.
07/14/2020

Help us prevent mulch and landscaping fires 🔥 by making sure you put out your smoking material all the way, every time.

The Loudoun County Combined Fire and Rescue System is pleased to announce that we have joined Nextdoor!  LC-CFRS will us...
07/10/2020

The Loudoun County Combined Fire and Rescue System is pleased to announce that we have joined Nextdoor!

LC-CFRS will use Nextdoor to share important fire and rescue news, life safety and fire prevention education, and resources to keep you, your family, and your neighbors safe. Nextdoor can also be utilized to advise when we are conducting smoke alarm assessments in your area, to share upcoming public safety events such as open houses and blood drives, and provide neighborhood specific emergency information.

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Having working smoke alarms, properly located on each floor of your home, is the best way to alert you and your family t...
07/10/2020

Having working smoke alarms, properly located on each floor of your home, is the best way to alert you and your family to a fire and allow you time to get to safety.

Firefighters will be canvasing Loudoun neighborhoods this coming Saturday, July 11, 2020, between 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. offering free smoke alarm assessments and fire safety information. During the assessment, firefighters will test existing smoke alarms, assist with battery replacement, ensure the alarms are less than the ten year recommended lifespan, and provide valuable information about home escape planning and fire safety.

To temper the risks associated with COVID-19, first responders will practice social distancing, wear face coverings, and will ensure no one in the home is suffering from any flu-like symptoms prior to entering a residence.

This program is completely free to all Loudoun County residents. LC-CFRS members will not accept or ask for donations. We will not approach residences with No Trespassing or No Soliciting signs posted.

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Loudoun County Fire and Rescue has been awarded $253,551.82 in Federal grant funding through the FY20 AFG – COVID 19 Sup...
07/08/2020

Loudoun County Fire and Rescue has been awarded $253,551.82 in Federal grant funding through the FY20 AFG – COVID 19 Supplemental Program to purchase equipment and supplies to prevent, prepare for, and respond to COVID-19.

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Looking to escape the heat 🌡️ by going swimming🏊? Remember to always swim with a buddy! Loudoun.gov/FirePrevention
07/08/2020

Looking to escape the heat 🌡️ by going swimming🏊? Remember to always swim with a buddy! Loudoun.gov/FirePrevention

07/07/2020

This #BooksandBadges reading features the return of Firefighter Kayla Smothers for a special reading of Dig, Dogs, Dig by James Horvath.

Purcellville Police Department @Loudoun County Public Library

Loudoun County Fire and Rescue is seeking qualified applicants for a regular, full-time position as an EMS Clinical Coor...
07/07/2020

Loudoun County Fire and Rescue is seeking qualified applicants for a regular, full-time position as an EMS Clinical Coordinator. This is a professional, credentialed position that is responsible for providing quality learning experiences for all Loudoun County Combined Fire and Rescue System
students.

Apply now! ow.ly/vpVn50ArU2N

Hundreds of mulch fires 🔥 are reported every year! Help us prevent a fire 🔥 by following this important safety tip.
07/06/2020

Hundreds of mulch fires 🔥 are reported every year! Help us prevent a fire 🔥 by following this important safety tip.

Do you have leftover fireworks? We recommend you dispose of all fireworks by soaking them for at least 20 minutes prior ...
07/05/2020

Do you have leftover fireworks? We recommend you dispose of all fireworks by soaking them for at least 20 minutes prior to throwing them away. http://ow.ly/ST7r50AlFLQ

Happy 4th of July🗽! Share with us how you are stepping up to our challenge and celebrating #fireworksfree this year.
07/04/2020

Happy 4th of July🗽! Share with us how you are stepping up to our challenge and celebrating #fireworksfree this year.

During this holiday weekend, please remember to celebrate responsibility. Remember on the road and on water, don't drink...
07/03/2020

During this holiday weekend, please remember to celebrate responsibility. Remember on the road and on water, don't drink and drive. #SoberRide #DontDrinkandDrive

If you are celebrating the 4th of July with some grilling 🌭🍔, remember to keep children and pets🐶 at least 3 feet away f...
07/03/2020

If you are celebrating the 4th of July with some grilling 🌭🍔, remember to keep children and pets🐶 at least 3 feet away from the grill area.

With pools still closed. Keep this important water safety tip in mind. 🏖️
07/01/2020

With pools still closed. Keep this important water safety tip in mind. 🏖️

06/30/2020
Congresswoman Jennifer Wexton

Fire Chief Keith Johnson, Deputy Chief of EMS Micah Kiger and LC-CFRS Medical Director John Morgan participated in this video to help remind everyone why it is important to wear a mask. Let us know in the comments why you #WearaMask. #OneCommunity

To protect yourself, your family, your neighbors, and our community, Virginia-10 leaders agree—wear a mask!

We all have to do our part to stop the spread of this virus. And that means wearing a face covering when you're around others.

06/30/2020

Join Firefighter/Paramedic Joel Sauer for a very special 4th of July reading! He will be reading The Night Before the Fourth of July by Natasha Wing and illustrated by Amy Wummer for #BooksandBadges.
Purcellville Police Department Loudoun County Public Library

Did you remember to test your smoke alarm this 📅 month? It is important to check ✔️ your smoke alarm once each month. If...
06/30/2020

Did you remember to test your smoke alarm this 📅 month? It is important to check ✔️ your smoke alarm once each month. If you haven’t tested it, check it now. #LCFRPubEd http://ow.ly/dAZG50A3VpB

Last night's Sterling apartment fire accidental, a result of unattended food on the stove. This is a powerful reminder a...
06/29/2020

Last night's Sterling apartment fire accidental, a result of unattended food on the stove. This is a powerful reminder about both the dangers of unattended cooking 🔥 as well as the importance of these lifesaving sprinkler systems💧!

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Remember these firework safety tips this 4th of July! Also join our challenge to celebrate this 4th of July #FireworksFr...
06/29/2020

Remember these firework safety tips this 4th of July! Also join our challenge to celebrate this 4th of July #FireworksFree.
http://ow.ly/c9sK50AiCQ1

06/28/2020

As the temperature rises, keep these water safety tips in mind!

06/27/2020

Looking to fire up the grill on this beautiful Saturday? Keep these safety tips in mind.

06/26/2020
The Dangers of Consumer Fireworks

Despite the dangers of fireworks, few people understand the associated risks - devastating burns, other injuries, fires, and even death. We challenge you to have a fun and safe, fireworks free 4th of July.
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Each July 4th, thousands of people, most often children and teens, are injured while using consumer fireworks. Despite the dangers of fireworks, few people u...

06/24/2020
Loudoun County Fire and Rescue

Join Lieutenant Joshua Pebler for another exciting reading for #BooksandBadges! This time he is reading Firehouse! by Mark Teague.

Join Lieutenant Joshua Pebler for another exciting reading for #BooksandBadges! This time, he will be reading Firehouse! by Mark Teague.

06/24/2020

Many people don’t realize how flammable mulch and landscaping is. Remember these safety tips to keep everyone safe.

Fireworks cause thousands of serious injuries every year. We challenge you and your family to find fun and creative ways...
06/23/2020

Fireworks cause thousands of serious injuries every year. We challenge you and your family to find fun and creative ways to celebrate without the use of fireworks.

If you choose to use fireworks, PROCEED WITH CAUTION and follow these safety tips!
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The next Household Hazardous Waste Collection Event is June 27 at Freedom High School. This event will be utilizing soci...
06/23/2020

The next Household Hazardous Waste Collection Event is June 27 at Freedom High School. This event will be utilizing social distancing measures and face masks to ensure everyone's safety.

#Loudoun County will hold its next Household Hazardous Waste event this Saturday, June 27, 2020, at Freedom High School in South Riding. Details here: https://bit.ly/3dmwMVB

🚒🚑HAPPY FATHER'S DAY! 🚒🚑‍A special thank you to all the Firefighter and EMT Dads who are spending this Father's Day away...
06/21/2020

🚒🚑HAPPY FATHER'S DAY! 🚒🚑‍

A special thank you to all the Firefighter and EMT Dads who are spending this Father's Day away from family and friends, working to keep us all safe.

Loudoun Career Fire Fighters Association - IAFF Local 3756
Loudoun County Volunteer Fire-Rescue

Today looks like a good day to stay inside. Check out our fire truck 🚒 cut out ✂️ for some good rainy day ☔⛈️ fun. http:...
06/20/2020

Today looks like a good day to stay inside. Check out our fire truck 🚒 cut out ✂️ for some good rainy day ☔⛈️ fun. http://ow.ly/rdtL50AbHxc

Today we celebrate freedom as we observe and remember Juneteenth and the end of slavery in the United States.http://ow.l...
06/19/2020

Today we celebrate freedom as we observe and remember Juneteenth and the end of slavery in the United States.

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Do you all offer any First Aid teaching for a group of Cub Scouts?
Saw an accident happen at the light right at the westbound rt 7 bypass; far left lane. A minivan plowed into the back of a pickup truck. Everyone ok?
A quick hello from the team at Reebok at the Premium Outlets in Leesburg. We appreciate you sacrifice to keeping our community safe. February 22-23 we are having a first responders appreciation event. Show you ID or badge to receive an additional 20% off.
On the road the past 2 mornings I have had a person with Maryland license plate number 0083 PFD silver Ford who has Loudoun County Virginia Fire Department on it that has been driving on 522 toward Winchester, VA between 445am-500am who is passing on solid lines, speeds in excess of 65mph in a 55mph and 45 mph zone, and tailgating other motorists. He did this to me yesterday and even after several attempts of tapping my brakes because he was following me so close I could not see his headlights in my rear view mirror on a dual lane highway that he could have passed me on--I practically stopped on the road just to get him to go around just for us to end up at same stop light. You sir firefighter are the exact type of driver that causes the fatalities on the highway that I am sure you have seen in your job. You should be ashamed and I am making it my mission to ensure your chain of command is aware of your poor driving skills and possible deadly actions should you cause a collision.
I would like to give a shout out to the crew of Loudon County Fire and Rescue! This weekend while in route to prepare for my stepdaughter's wedding, her florist was in a car accident. The crew went above and beyond by making the flower delivery to the home venue. The flowers were beautiful, and we are beyond grateful for the help of the Loudon County Fire and Rescue for making sure that her day was truly special!
In lieu of flowers the Colby Family would greatly appreciate any financial donations, due to the sudden loss of their daughter Kelly 5 months ago, Buddy and Janet assuming guardianship of their granddaughter and now Janet and the family having to deal with the loss of husband Buddy. The Family would like to thank you in advance for any donations. Michael (Please share with friends) The Colby Family Fund c/o Michael OʼBrien P.O. Box 2636 Purcellville, Virginia 20134 Or The Colby Family Fund paypal.me/TheColbyFamilyFund
What kind of firehouse do you want to work in? Mike Gagliano (Retired Seattle Fire Captain) believes that each and every one of us has the opportunity to create a firehouse that rocks! Join us in Henrico, Virginia March 11-13th, 2019 at the Fire Ground Commander Conference to hear more about how to raise the bar where you work while also putting the fun back into the job. This conference is designed to give you tools to help win on the fireground and in your firehouses. It features five instructors with over 150 years of combined fire service experience. Mike will be joined by four other fire service icons: Jeff Shupe: Back to Basics- Engine Company Culture (Strategic Fire Training and Elkhart Brass's BrassTacks/Hard Facts notoriety Christopher Naum: Buildings on Fire--Tactical Risks for Today's Fireground (One of the foremost leading authorities on building construction) Battalion Chief Nick Martin: Aggressive Command Supports Aggressive Firefighting(Traditions Training, LLC) John Dixon: Complacency Kills--Normalization of Deviance Early bird registration is only $99 for all three days! Register below https://fgc.regfox.com/the-fire-ground-commander-central-virginia-firefighter-conference More information about the conference can be found at www.EmbraceTheResistance.com Don't miss this event! See you in March.
In thanks for all you do to keep our County safe, the cast of "Once Upon A Christmas Carol " cordially invites you and your families to attend our Thursday, Dec. 6 performance free of charge (Sure, we won't turn down a donation, but this one's for you!). Thursday night, December 6, 7:30 - 9:30 pm at Franklin Park Performing Arts Center. Hope to see you there! RRRtheatre.org. No need to RSVP. Just come on over!
Are you wondering how you are going to get rid of your old laptop, computer, monitor, etc. without risking someone getting your information? If yes, you will love AVFRD's new fundraiser - our Electronic Shred Event, October 6 from 9-1. We cannot shred monitors. The focus on will be: • cell phones • hard drives • tapes • laptops • tablets Shredding is being done by EnergySherlock™ and they are donating part of the proceeds to AVFRD! Send us a message if you have any questions #neighborshelpingneighbors Please help us spread the word by sharing this post
We're less than a day away from our event "Celebration of Service" honoring our Fire, Rescue, and Police personnel. Join us tomorrow at Frederick Douglass Elementary, 510 Principal Drummond Way SE Leesburg, Va 20176. Everything Starts at 11:30am. We are excited to have Pastor Curtis Eaby from Crossroads Apostolic Church speaking tomorrow. All Fire, Rescue, and Police in attendance will receive a free gift. Please join us as we show our appreciation to our dedicated service personnel!
What happened on plaza street and Edwards ferry the other day?