Welcome to the Warren County Department of Fire and Rescue Services
The Warren County Department of Fire and Rescue Services provide Fire and EMS response to the 38,387 citizens across the 216 square miles of Front Royal/Warren County, Virginia. Utilizing the combination approach of career and volunteer Fire, EMS and Support personnel, we staff 8 individual volunteer Fire and EMS combination stations with 33 uniformed full-time career personnel, 20 part-time career personnel and approximately 70 volunteer response personnel. These dedicated men and women protect the life, property, and environment of our community by responding to all fire and non-fire emergencies and rescues within Front Royal/Warren County and surrounding areas. The Department responds to and provides first response advanced/basic life support care to sick and/or injured and transportation to the appropriate medical facility. The Department also provides resources to respond to a wide array of emergencies in an all hazard emergency response concept and provides mutual aid response in cases of reduced resources to agencies along our borders.
The Department is managed by the Office of the Fire Chief, who supports fire suppression, emergency medical service, and emergency management; reviews and develops objectives, goals, policies, and procedures; compiles statistical information; prepares, monitors, and manages a combined budget of $4,226,380.00 (FY-16/17).
Have a Safe and Happy Holiday Season!! Be sure to place Christmas trees, candles, and other holiday decorations at least three feet away from heat sources like fireplaces, portable heaters, radiators, heat vents and candles.
To learn more about Holiday Home Fires read Fast Facts and Tips from the American Red Cross.
Breakfast with Santa Claus
Saturday December 17, 2016
Shenandoah Shores Volunteer Fire Department
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Read the Recruitment & Retention Report written by Lacey Lancaster, Recruitment & Retention Coordinator, which was presented to the Warren County Board of Supervisors on August 2, 2016.
Do you have an escape plan in case of a fire at your house? Read here to learn about making escape plans and how to practice home fire drills with your family.