Beltsville Volunteer Fire Department
Beltsville Volunteer Fire Department
Beltsville Volunteer Fire Department
Beltsville Volunteer Fire Department
Beltsville Volunteer Fire Department

2017 Incidents
Fire EMS
Total 0 0

Past Incidents
Fire EMS
2016 5268 5276
2015 5095 5812
2014 5707 5466
2013 5670 4085
2012 5146 4241
2011 4778 4551
2010 4091 4213
2009 4661 4981
2008 4277 5082
2007 3999 4455
2006 3433 4443

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Jan 18, 2017
CONTACT US AT (240) 508-3899 or
Saturday, January 14th  8:00 AM to 1100 AM
Please come enjoy an all you can eat breakfast with
Beltsville Volunteer Fire Department and Ladies Auxiliary.
The menu for this meal is:

~Chipped beef
~Scrambled eggs
~Bacon & sausage
~Fresh fruit & applesauce 
~Juice, coffee & tea 

Children up to 2 years are free
2 years old - 5 years old $4.00
5 years old - 8 years old $6.00
8 years old and up $8.00

This is the first of many community
family meals we will be having each month.


Thank You Troop Girl Scout Troop 2790

Chief Al Schwartz, January 04

Thank you to Girl Scout Troop 2790 for visiting us at the firehouse tonight and presenting us with a card!
Members are staffing two Engine Companies and an Ambulance for the evening with 4 Chiefs in the station.

The Beltsville VFD is proud to provide the Girl Scouts a place to meet weekly utilizing our hall area for meetings. ... (Full Story & Photos)

Pizza with Santa

Chief Al Schwartz, December 18

The Beltsville VFD would like to thank our community for its continued support during our annual Pizza with Santa.

We would also like to thank ST. Albans Birmingham Lodge #233 for working with us to get our children protected with MD CHIP (Maryland Child Identification Program) since our Open house in October 2016 they have been able to put over 100 children into there program. ... (Full Story & Photos)

Building for the Future

Chief Al Schwartz, December 17

Tonight we are staffing a Engine, Ladder Truck and Ambulance and 3 Chiefs ready to assist our community if needed. The crews tonight spent time training, discussing the direction of the department to better the community and our members and then enjoyed a home cooked meal. ... (Full Story & Photos)

Serious MVA on Powder Mill Rd

Chairman of the Board Al Schwartz, November 22

Units from 31 were dispatched to the 4400 blk of Powder Mill Rd for a reported auto accident. Units arrived to find one trapped and request a heavy rescue squad and medic unit to the scene. Patient were extricated and transported to a local trauma center. Photos courtesy Billy McNeel. ... (Full Story & Photos)

Beltsville Units Operate at Laurel House Fire

Chairman of the Board Al Schwartz, November 17

Truck 31 and Engine company 41 operate on a house fire in Laurel today on Briarwood Drive. Units had a fire on the 2nd floor and into the attic. Photo courtesy Chief 14... (Full Story & Photos)

Blast From The Past 2016

Chairman of the Board Al Schwartz, November 06

Members from the Past and Present gathered this evening at station 31. The event has been titled Blast from the Past, we have not had a gathering like this for years and once members got to the station we had a lot of catching up to do. The department invites all members past and present and career firefighters that have been assigned to a Beltsville station during there career. This year was fitting ... (Full Story & Photos)

Beltsville VFD Annual Open House

Chairman of the Board Al Schwartz, October 30

On Sunday October 30, 2016 the Beltsville VFD held its annual open house. We had displays, fire prevention displays and information, annual fire prevention poster contest. As always it was a great day to spend with our community in our house. ... (Full Story & Photos)

BARC Storage Building Burns

Firefighter Michael Wertman, September 06

On Tuesday, Units from Beltsville and the surrounding area operated on a shed fire in the BARC complex off of Powder Mill Road. A large storage shed containing several vehicles was destroyed. No injuries were reported. A second alarm was struck and the fire was brought under control in under an hour. Photo credit belongs to our ride along for this week, Jeremiah.... (Full Story & Photos)


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