Urbana Volunteer Fire & Rescue
We are a combination fire department. Simply put we are a fire department consisting of both career staff and volunteer members. The benefit to the community of having a combination station is emergency service coverage 24/7, which in turn provides a better Insurance Service Office (ISO) rating for the community.
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FRIENDS AND NEIGHBORS OF THE URBANA VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPARTMENT… SANTA will be making his appearance on the Fire Truck at the Following location weather permitting:
Friday December 8th –
Giant Parking Lot – arriving 6:45 until 7:15
Old Church Estates – arriving 7:30
Tuesday December 12th –
Highlands Pool (Villages of Urbana) 6:30 until 7:15
Sunday December 17th –
Ball Park off Araby Church Rd.- arriving 5:00pm until 5:15
Sugarloaf Estates – arriving around 6:15
Listen out for the sirens as Santa arrives…..
ADDITIONAL DATES AND TIMES WILL BE POSTED AS THEY ARE DETERMINED.
HAPPY HOLIDAY’S EVERYONE !!!
URBANA VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPARTMENT WILL NOT BE HOLDING THERE ANNUAL BUTCHERING THIS DECEMBER…
A big shout out and thank you to the Top 5 volunteer Responders who received awards at the banquet. David Lidie, Brian Purdue, Danny Hipkins, Mike Buck and Frank Hipkins.
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Did you know that you can have your child safety seat professionally installed by qualified technicians at the Urbana Volunteer Fire Department? This free service is by appointment by calling 301-600-SEAT (7328). Leave a message and someone will return your call, most often within 24 hours.
The Frederick County Volunteer Fire and Rescue Association held its annual Volunteer Fire and Rescue Recognition Program on April 21. The program, which took place at the Walkersville Volunteer Fire Co., provided an opportunity to recognize a few of the many contributions volunteer personnel make in providing fire and rescue service to the residents of Frederick County.
Link to the Frederick News Post article