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Be Somebody’s Hero: A Vital, Rewarding Service

Membership in one of Fairfax County’s 12 volunteer fire and rescue departments means being a part of one of the most respected emergency service organizations in the United States. Every day, volunteers stand side-by-side with career professionals to save lives, protect property, and forge ties within our communities. Volunteering provides you with an opportunity to challenge yourself, build new skills, and become part of a tight-knit public service force; all while feeling the rewards of having contributed to a purpose greater than yourself.

Be Somebody’s Hero: A Vital, Rewarding Service

Membership in one of Fairfax County’s 12 volunteer fire and rescue departments means being a part of one of the most respected emergency service organizations in the United States. Every day, volunteers stand side-by-side with career professionals to save lives, protect property, and forge ties within our communities. Volunteering provides you with an opportunity to challenge yourself, build new skills, and become part of a tight-knit public service force; all while feeling the rewards of having contributed to a purpose greater than yourself.

Support FCVFRA

The Fairfax County Volunteer Fire and Rescue Association, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, and its 12 member departments rely primarily on generous donations from the public in order to serve our communities.

Who We Are

The Fairfax County Volunteer Fire and Rescue Association (FCVFRA) is a partnership of 12 volunteer fire and rescue departments in Fairfax County. Volunteers in the 12 departments are full partners with the career staff of the Fairfax County Fire and Rescue Department, providing emergency services in and around Fairfax County.

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Open House – Saturday October 14, 2023

Fairfax, Va. — On Saturday, Oct. 14, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., the department and all fire and rescue stations cordially invite the general public to participate in a community open house spotlighting fire prevention. The theme for 2023 is “Cooking safety starts with...

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2021 Annual Report

The Fairfax County Volunteer Fire and Rescue Association (FCVFRA) is pleased to present the 2021 Fairfax County Volunteer Fire Service Annual Report. The production of this report was a collaborative effort between the Fairfax County Volunteer Fire Commission and the...

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