Morgan Ford Bridge
Public Hearing & Petition - Morgan Ford Low Water Bridge Replacement
The Virginia Department of Transportation will be holding a Public Hearing on the replacement of the Morgan Ford Low Water Bridge on Wednesday, February 4th and we need your help to show VDOT that our community supports the project!
2014 Citizen Fire Academy
Citizens Fire Academy
To make the citizens who live and work in Front Royal/Warren County aware of the programs and services offered by the Warren County Department of Fire and Rescue Services. To describe the challenges facing today’s emergency responders, increase the fire and life safety awareness of our community and promote a positive image of the Department to the community.
Be Safe When Barbecuing
Use caution when lighting a gas grill
Summer fun often includes barbecuing and eating outdoors with family, friends and co-workers. The following precautions must be followed if barbecues are used at work and are recommended wherever barbecuing takes place. These apply to charcoal grills, LP-gas grills, natural gas grills, hibachis, smokers, or any appliance that uses an open flame to cook. These precautions apply when grills are in use and until they have cooled.
HOW YOU CAN HELP!!!
Warren County Fire and Rescue is actively recruiting individuals who wish to serve the County of Warren and surrounding areas in the capacity of firefighters and/or Emergency Medical Technicians (EMTs).
Men and women ages 14 and older that are in good physical condition and have the desire to participate in fire and/or emergency medical activities are eligible for membership.
There are different levels in the operational membership that are determined by certifications obtained through various training programs.
Volunteer Firefighters, EMTs, & Drivers NEEDED NOW!
Facts on Home Fire Causes
Every year U.S. fire departments respond to nearly 2 million fires, with three-quarters of them occurring in residences. Fire costs our national billions of dollars very year in property loss and thousands of lives lost.
The place where Americans feel safest -- at home -- is the very place where we are at greatest risk from fire. If Americans knew more about fire prevention and better understood how to react quickly and sensibly when fire breats out, we could greatly reduce fire deaths.