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Vacant Off in Sterling

12 minutes into shift change on June 3rd, Box 2415 was sounded for the house on fire. First arriving units reported a 1 story vacant dwelling with fire showing. Tower 6 arrived as the 2nd truck on the initial assignment, while Engine 6 was part of the Level 1 RIT. Crews had the fire knocked down within minutes and began opening up. Command (Captain 6) held Sterling units and Tower 6 for overhaul and to assist the Fire Marshals.

Units: TL6, E6, Cpt 6


Official Ground Breaking for New Firehouse 6

May 22nd, 2014 was Ashburn Volunteer Fire and Rescue's Official Ground Breaking for the new firehouse. Loudoun County Board of Supervisor's and Loudoun County's Chief of Fire Department joined AVFRD's leadership for a great day in the evolution of our Department and County system. Thanks for all the SUPPORT!


New Fire Station 6 Construction Update

We will be updating the website and Facebook pages weekly during the next year on the progress of the build. This week, the temporary operations and station were installed. Next week, the decking between tent and trailers and utilities to the temporary facilities will start. AVFRD would like to give a HUGE thank you to Cpt. Geoffrey Davis for organizing and supervising the temporary structures over the last year. I can assure you it was a daunting process.


Neighbors Supporting Neighbors!

Volunteering our time to help the community goes beyond just sitting around the firehouse waiting for the gong to ring. Whether the emergency that we respond to has a positive or negative effect, our volunteers truly care about every citizen that comes into our lives. AVFRD is in all aspects of the phase, "Neighbors Helping Neighbors"! Last week, AVFRD continued our STRONG sense of duty and responsibility to our community in supporting a family that recently lost a family member to a pedestrian struck car accident. We wanted to show our support to the family during a candle light vigil held on 5/15/2014. AVFRD added a new phase or meaning to our department, "Neighbors Supporting Neighbors". Thoughts and prayers goes out to the family from all of us at AVFRD.


Life Member and Department Pics

Yesterday, much of our 2nd family rallied together for departmental pictures as we mark the 70th Anniversary of our department and the last time many of us would be together in the firehouse as we know it. We cannot express how proud we were to see everyone together. Many of our long time Life Members were also invited and was truly an honor to meet those members that passed down the department to those of us now! AVFRD STRONG!!!


Donated Prop!

AVFRD would like to thank Mike and Jason of Barrett Machine for fabricating and donating a lock tree prop for the department. All labor, parts, and time of mock up were donated to Ashburn Volunteer Fire and Rescue Department. Thanks again guys!

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