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Welcome to the Official Website for Ferndale Volunteer Fire Company

Ferndale Volunteer Fire Co. was established in 1942. The station works in partnership with Anne Arundel County Fire Department to provide fire and EMS services to the citizens of Ferndale and surrounding areas.

Throughout the years the county assisted Ferndale volunteers by providing 24/7 staffing. In early 2010 career staffing was pulled from station 34. The volunteers stepped up their efforts and provided coverage on a daily basis. At the present time the county provides career personnel to staff the ambulance during weekday business hours.

Over the past few years, using grants and donations, the FVFC has greatly improved its apparatus fleet. In 2011, FVFC ordered a new rescue squad (Squad 34) from Pierce Mfg. In 2014, FVFC ordered a new engine (Engine 343) from Pierce Mfg. Also in 2014, FVFC ordered a new Chief's Car (Chief 34) from Ford. All equipment can be found on the apparatus page.

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Early morning rescue

- Melvin Clark, July 14

On Tuesday July 14th, at 3:30am, Rescue squad 34 was dispatched for a report of a motor vehicle collision with 3 people trapped. Rescue squad 34 was the first heavy duty rescue truck on scene, and immediately deployed all rescue tools to the vehicle that had struck a telephone pole, and a tree. The vehicle was stabilized, and the doors, and roof were removed to gain access to the trapped occupants. ... (Full Story & Photos)

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No Caption Cat Saved from house fire in Ferndale

- John Long, Jr, July 05

Cat saved from house fire.
July 3, 2020,
Friday morning member of the Ferndale Volunteer Fire Company responded to a house fire in the 34-15 box while fighting the fire on the first level of the home firefighter DeAndre Thomas found the family’s cat and exited the house. Oxygen and the Pet oxygen masks were retrieved from Engine 343. Oxygen was administered to the cat by the crew and the cat started ... (Full Story & Photos)

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2nd working fire in as many days.

- Melvin Clark, June 30

On June 25, 2020 at 16:03, Box alarm 35-26 was struck for a report of a building fire. Units from Annapolis fire dept., and Anne Arundel county fire dept. arrived on scene and declared a working fire. Engine 343 was transferred to Annapolis city, and while in route to the transfer, the engine was picked up on another call in Annapolis city. After clearing that call, they were ultimately placed on ... (Full Story)


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First due house fire - Box alarm 34-01

- Melvin Clark, June 29

On June 24, 2020 at 22:55 hrs. Box alarm 34-01 was struck for a house fire at 108 Packard ave. for a reported house fire. Engine 343 responded, and was on the street 33 seconds after the call was dispatched, and on the scene 90 seconds after the alarm was sounded. Engine 343 and Chief 34 - with a total of 6 volunteers arrived on scene with heavy fire showing. The firefighters from FVFC initiated an ... (Full Story)


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The Ferndale Volunteers Need You to Smile!

Ferndale Volunteers, June 16

The Amazon Smile program allows you to select a charity or non-profit that you would like to receive a donation. Amazon donated a portion of your cart at no cost to you!

The Ferndale Volunteer Fire Company would like your help. As a volunteer organization and non-profit 501(c)(3), we rely on donations from the community we serve. You can designate the Ferndale Volunteer Fire Company to receive donations ... (Full Story & Photos)

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John Long, President, April 20

The COVID-19 pandemic has created unprecedented financial hardships on the Ferndale Volunteer Fire Company; a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that relies on fundraising activities such as the annual mailout fund drive, annual photo fund drive, weekly bingo, hall rentals, and other public events for sources of income. Unfortunately, the current state of emergency has dried up our income streams involving ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Our commitment

- Melvin Clark, March 21

During this National emergency, the volunteers at FVFC remain committed to doing our very best to answer the needs of our community. Please stay inside and be safe. ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Events in 2020

- Laura Long, March 13

The following events will be held at Ferndale Volunteer Fire Company during 2020. More information forthcoming.

Chili Cookoff - March 1 - 1pm - 5pm
Breakfast with the Easter Bunny - March 21 - 8am - noon***CANCELLED***
Purse & Jewelry Bingo - April 17 - 7pm - 10pm
Spring Craft/Vendor Fair - May 2 - 9am - 1pm
Flea Market - June 27 - 8am - noon
BBQ Cookoff and Cornhole Tournament - July 26 - 2pm - ... (Full Story)


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