Beltsville Volunteer Fire Department

Beltsville VFD 31

Beltsville Volunteer Fire Department

Beltsville Volunteer Fire Department is a combination of Station 31 in Beltsville and Station 41 in Calverton. Below is a description from the Beltsville VFD website.

Beltsville Station 31 has two engines, one ladder truck and one ambulance which is supplied by Prince George’s County. This station is manned with 40 Active Riding and 11 Active Non-Riding volunteer members 24/7 and 4 PGCO professional fighters 24/7.

Calverton Station 41 has one paramedic engine, MCU unit and one ambulance which are supplied by Prince George’s County. The department also keeps a BVFD reserve engine at this station. The daytime 6th Battalion Chief and the North Side EMS Supervisor operate out of this station. This station is manned with 4 PGCO professional fighters 24/7. At this time, there are no volunteers that run out of this station.

Both Station 31 and 41 cover an area of approximately 21 square miles with a population of about 23,500 and growing. The area served includes multiple school buildings, a large industrial area, portions of Interstate Highway I-95, Baltimore-Washington Parkway, US Rout 1, the Metro/CSX Railroad Maintenance facilities and a large portion of the Beltsville Agricultural Research Center that house many Government Agencies. Both Sections 31 and 41 ran a total number of 5,707 Fire calls and 5,466 EMS calls in year 2014.

Through the years, the Beltsville Volunteer Fire Department has participated in all aspects of fire protection, rescue services in the community, county and state. The department fulfilled the dreams and wishes of every charter member who had the insight and will to form the fire department.

Check here for a History of the Beltsville Volunteer Fire Department

4911 Prince Georges Ave, Beltsville, MD 20705
Phone: (301) 937-3160
Website: Beltsville VFD

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