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Welcome to the Official Website for

The Frederick County Volunteer Fire & Rescue Association (FCVFRA)

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For more information on how to volunteer with The
Frederick County Volunteer Fire & Rescue Services,

 contact Joyce Shry at jshry@frederickcountymd.gov

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Volunteers, access Frederick County online training here.

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Photos Capture National Tribute to Fallen Firefighters

Susie Nicol,

EMMITSBURG -- Hundreds gathered under a brilliant sky Sunday to honor firefighters from across the nation who paid the ultimate sacrifice while serving their communities.

Libertytown Volunteer Firefighter Michael Powers was one of those honored during the 40th annual National Fallen Firefighter Memorial Service. The engine he drove to his final alarm was parked in front of the memorial.

While COVID ... (Full Story & Photos)

U.S. Congressman Steny Hoyer consoles Linda Powers at the National Fallen Firefighter Memorial Service. (NFFF photo)
U.S. Congressman Steny Hoyer consoles Linda Powers at the National Fallen Firefighter Memorial Service. (NFFF photo)

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Linda Powers receives a flag, rose and badge from Chief Tom Coe during the ceremony.
Linda Powers receives a flag, rose and badge from Chief Tom Coe during the ceremony.

Libertytown Volunteer's Name Added to National Fallen Firefighter Memorial

Susie Nicol,

EMMITSBURG -- The name of a Libertytown volunteer firefighter is included on a plaque at the National Fallen Firefighter Memorial.

Michael "Pappy" Powers answered his final alarm on June 25, 2019. He was assisting Libertytown Volunteer Fire Department at a crash scene when he collapsed. The engine he drove that day is prominently displayed in front of the memorial.

Powers, 70, was a volunteer for ... (Full Story & Photos)

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The Frederick County Volunteer Fire & Rescue Association Is 90 years old

FCVFRA, October 11

The FCVFRA was formed in October 1931 with 12 fire companies serving Frederick County... (Full Story & Photos)

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No Caption National Fire Prevention Month

FCVFRA, September 29

October is National Fire Prevention Month!

The goal of Fire Prevention Month (and week October 3rd – 9th) is to raise fire safety awareness, and help ensure your home and family is protected.

From beeps to chirps, this year’s campaign works to better educate the public about the sounds smoke alarms make, what those sounds mean, and how to respond to them.

“Smoke alarms have played a leading role ... (Full Story & Photos)

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MOVE OVER, SLOW DOWN - IT'S THE LAW

FCVFRA, September 29

With the onset of upcoming holidays and summer fun, we feel it necessary to remind everyone about the ‘MOVE OVER’ Law which was intended to increase safety for fire and EMS personnel, police, and bicyclists. Effective Octobe 1, 2018 Maryland’s Move Over law now expands to include transportation, service and utility vehicles, as well as waste and recycling trucks, with yellow or amber flashing lights ... (Full Story & Photos)

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