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  • Dale City Volunteer Fire Department - Station 10:

    10.jpgStations 10, 13, 18 and 20 serve the Dale City area with seven Advanced Life Support equipped ambulances, six pumpers, one tower truck, one rescue squad and one 4x4 brush truck. ​

     

    Chief Christopher Hool
    703-670-6108

  • Dale City Volunteer Fire Department - Station 13:

    Station 13 web pic.jpgStations 10, 13, 18 and 20 serve the Dale City area with seven Advanced Life Support equipped ambulances, six pumpers, one tower truck, one rescue squad and one 4x4 brush truck.​

     

    Chief Christopher Hool
    703-590-2402

  • Dale City Volunteer Fire Department - Station 18:

    Station 18 web pic.jpgStations 10, 13, 18 and 20 serve the Dale City area with seven Advanced Life Support equipped ambulances, six pumpers, one tower truck, one rescue squad and one 4x4 brush truck.   

     

    Chief Christopher Hool
    703-680-3533

  • Dale City Volunteer Fire Department - Station 20:

    Station 20 web pic.jpgStations 10, 13, 18 and 20 serve the Dale City area with seven Advanced Life Support equipped ambulances, six pumpers, one tower truck, one rescue squad and one 4x4 brush truck. 

     

    Chief Christopher Hool
    703-590-3091

  • Dumfries Triangle Volunteer Fire Department - Station 17:

     

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    ​Station 17 serves the Montclair area with two ambulances, two pumpers and one brush truck​
     
     
    Chief Miles Young
    703-680-3517

  • Dumfries-Triangle Rescue Squad - Station 23:

    23.jpgStation 23 serves the Woodbridge and Dumfries areas with two ambulances and one pumper.  Click here to visit the Dumfries-Triangle Rescue Squad website.  

     

    Chief C. Derek Ester
    703-441-6460

  • Dumfries-Triangle Rescue Squad - Station 3R:

    3r.jpg​Station 3R serves the Dumfries Triangle and Quantico areas with two ambulances, one rescue squad, one rescue boat and two utility vehicles.

     

     

    Chief C. Derek Ester
    703-221-3838

  • Dumfries-Triangle Volunteer Fire Department - Station 23:

    Station 23 Photo.jpgStation 23 serves the Woodbridge and Dumfries areas with two ambulances and one pumper.

     

    Chief Miles Young
    703-441-6460

  • Dumfries-Triangle Volunteer Fire Department - Station 3-F:

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    Station 3-F serves the Dumfries-Triangle area with two pumpers, one ladder truck, one attack pumper and a command van.

     

    Chief Miles Young
    703-441-6460

  • Evergreen Volunteer Fire Department - Station 15:

    Station 15 servEvergreen Station 15.jpges the Bull Run Mountain, Catharpin, Gainesville, Haymarket and Evergreen areas with two pumpers, one water tanker, two ambulances and a canteen unit. The station also has one brush truck, one attack unit and one command unit.​​ 

     
    Chief Kerrie Logsdon
    703-754-9097

  • Prince William County Department of Fire & Rescue - Station 24:

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    Station 24 serves a portion of the Gainesville's area with one medic unit, one pumper, one brush truck and one all-terrain-vehicle/Gator.   

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    Chief Kevin McGee
    703-753-3824

  • Prince William County Department of Fire & Rescue - Station 4:

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    Station 4 serves the Gainesville and Haymarket areas with one ambulance, one medic unit, two pumpers, one brush truck, one heavy rescue, one ladder truck and one collapse rescue unit.

    Chief Kevin McGee
    703-754-1112

  • ​Lake Jackson Volunteer Fire Department - Station 7:

    Station 7 - 1a.jpgStation 7 serves the Lake Jackson area with three ambulances, three pumpers, one brush truck and two boats.​

     

     

    Chief Walter Davis
    703-368-3233

  • Buckhall Volunteer Fire Department - Station 16:

    Buckhall.jpg​Station 16 serves the mid-county with two medic-capable ambulances, two pumpers, one water tanker, one brush truck, and one HAZMAT support unit. Click here to view the Buckhall VFD website.

     

    Chief Luke Nuar
    703-368-0859

  • Prince William County Department of Fire & Rescue - Station 6:


    Coles.jpgStation 6 serves the mid-county with two medic-capable ambulances, two pumpers, one water tanker, one rescue truck, and one brush truck. 

     

    Chief Kevin McGee
    703-791-5400

  • Stonewall Jackson Volunteer Fire Department - Station 11:

    stonewall.jpgStation 11 serves the area just west of Manassas with two pumpers, one ladder truck and two ambulances. ​

     

     

    Chief Anthony Cooch
    703-369-5396

  • Yorkshire Volunteer Fire Department - Station 8:

    Yorkshire.jpg​Station 8 serves the Yorkshire area with two ambulances, two pumpers, one combination attack unit/rescue squad, one light trailer and one disaster trailer.

     

    Chief Jerry Deem
    703-368-4433

  • Nokesville Volunteer Fire Department - Station 25:

    Nokesville.jpg​Company 25 serves Nokesville as well as the communities of Bristow, Haymarket and western Prince William County with two pumpers (Engine 5 and Wagon 5), two ambulances (medic capable), one brush truck and one tanker truck.  

     

    Chief Brian Hickerson
    703-367-9700 (Info Line:703-594-2134)

  • Nokesville Volunteer Fire Department - Station 5:

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    ​Company 5 serves Nokesville as well as the communities of Bristow, Haymarket and western Prince William County with two pumpers (Engine 5 and Wagon 5), two ambulances (medic capable), one brush truck and one tanker truck.

     

    Chief Brian Hickerson
    703-594-2220

  • Occoquan Woodbridge Lorton (O.W.L.) Volunteer Fire Department - Station 14:

    owl14.jpgStations 2, 12 & 14 serve all the Woodbridge and Lake Ridge areas of the County with six pumpers, two ladder trucks, a heavy rescue squad, one collapse truck, one air/light unit, one mobile ventilation unit, two brush trucks, four boats and six ambulances, three utility vehicles and one EMS golf cart.

     
    Chief Jim McAllister
    703-494-7119

  • Occoquan-Woodbridge-Lorton Volunteer Fire Department - Station 2:

    owl2.jpgStations 2, 12 & 14 serve all the Woodbridge and Lake Ridge areas of the County with six pumpers, two ladder trucks, a heavy rescue squad, one collapse truck, one air/light unit, one mobile ventilation unit, two brush trucks, four boats and six ambulances, three utility vehicles and one EMS golf cart.

     

    Chief Jim McAllister
    703-491-5173

  • Occoquan-Woodbridge-Lorton Volunteer Fire Department (O.W.L.) - Station 12:

    12.jpgStations 2, 12 & 14 serve all the Woodbridge and Lake Ridge areas of the County with six pumpers, two ladder trucks, a heavy rescue squad, one collapse truck, one air/light unit, one mobile ventilation unit, two brush trucks, four boats and six ambulances, three utility vehicles and one EMS golf cart.

     
    Chief Jim McAllister
    703-494-4171

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