We are all volunteers ready to help our neighbors. We respond to 911 fire and medical emergencies, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, every day of the year. Our Volunteer Fire & Rescue Company is active throughout the community in many obvious—and not so obvious—ways.
Washington Volunteer Fire and Rescue along with the Rappahannock Community are conducting fundraising for a young member seriously injured. See member news for information.
February 25, 2017 UPDATE ON GARY JENKINS JR see member news
WVFR is proud to respond to a wide variety of calls throughout the county. Our all volunteer staff respond to many types EMS calls ranging from a slip and fall call to a multi-vehicle accident. We are also well equipped to fight any type of fire from field or woodland fires to large structure fires. For more info and pictures of our latest calls visit News.
Washington Volunteer Fire & Rescue relies heavily on the donations from the community we serve. The WVFR fund drive letters will be going out soon to help raise funds to support our department. These letters are informational brochures that allow a glimpse into the work put in by our volunteers everyday of the year. Please keep an eye out for them and help us to help you.
All You Can Eat Breakfast. Usually the third Saturday of month
The “Blood Mobile” will be at the fire house June 21st to collect blood. This is a vital effort this blood is used in emergency situations at hospitals and saves many lives.
Thrift Shop with everything from swim suits to shoes and winter coats. Decorations and cooking items. Bedding and curtains. Jewelry and hats. Everything in men and women clothing. You may find a treasure, so come check them out. Tuesday and Wednesday 10-5 or Saturday 10-1.
Monthly Meetings – Generally the First Saturday of month 9 AM. Call station for info. 540-675-3615
Open to the public and any prospective members. Any one interested in joining please visit our Join Today page.
Escape Plans Like the one above can save lives during an emergency. These plans don’t need to be fancy or even drawn out in a nice way. All they need to do is show everyone in your home how to get out when there is an emergency. Please take time to make sure everyone in your home knows at least two ways out of each room, you never know when you’ll have an emergency.