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

2017 Incidents
Fire EMS
Jan 452 437
Feb 346 408
Total 798 845

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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New Ambulance Driver

Chief's Aide Al Schwartz, April 27

The Beltsville VFD would like to congratulate Jay St. Johns for completing his drivers training on the ambulance. Jay is a live in at Beltsville VFD and now a emergency driver on the ambulance. Building for the future and your dedication and commitment is seen. Good job young man. ... (Full Story & Photos)

Good Job Indiana JW

Chief's Aide Al Schwartz, April 26

A few months ago this young man packed up his life and moved from Indiana to Beltsville VFD to be a live in. He was in search for experience, After spending countless hours training and studying, probationer JW Norwood has completed his Engine Company rookie book. Thanks you for your dedication and commitment and good luck as you start your ladder truck book. ... (Full Story & Photos)

Pride & Dedication

Chief's Aide Al Schwartz, April 25

After laying out nearly 1,000 feet of LDH and some 3" crews were able to clean and rack the hose and give her a nice cleaning. Thank you to all the Volunteers that assisted during the fire on Berwyn House Road and staffed the station as crews were rotated during the week on the fire ground. ... (Full Story & Photos)

Engine & Truck Operate on 5th Alarm Fire

Chief's Aide Al Schwartz, April 24

Just after 0930 this morning Truck 31 was alerted for the building fire at 4700 Berwyn House Road in College Park. Units arrived on the scene with fire showing from the 5th floor of a unoccupied under construction building. This incident quickly escalated to an 5 plus alarm building fire. The volunteers from Beltsville were able to get a second crew together to place a engine in service, once placed ... (Full Story & Photos)

Annual Banquet

Chief's Aide Al Schwartz, April 22

The Beltsville Volunteer Fire Department is proud to be celebrating our 70th year of service to the citizens of Beltsville and Prince Georges County. This evening Life Members and Active members of the Fire Department and Ladies Auxiliary, gathered to hold our annual awards banquet at Turf Valley Resort in Ellicott City.

The department would like to congratulate all our members for their dedication ... (Full Story & Photos)

Special Thank You to Our Community

Chief's Aide Al Schwartz, April 15

The Beltsville Volunteer Fire Department would like to thank all that attended our annual Easter Community meal and Egg Hunt. the event turned out great and that is because of our community always supporting our department.

We will not be holding a May Community Meal but will be a food vendor at the annual Beltsville Day at the Beltsville Rec. Center on Sellman Rd on May 21, 2017 from 1200PM to ... (Full Story & Photos)

One off the Road

Chief's Aide Al Schwartz, April 15

Just before 5am this morning Beltsville Units were dispatched to the Baltimore Washington Parkway at the NASA exit for a reported auto accident. Fire Department units located a vehicle off the roadway into the woods and resting in a creek bed. Two patients were transported to local trauma center. Photos courtesy of VP/EMT McNeel ... (Full Story & Photos)

First Due Shed Fire Keeps Volunteers Busy

Chief's Aide Al Schwartz, April 14

Around 1948hrs the street alarm was dispatched to the 11500blk of Montgomery Court for a reported shed fire. Chief 31 arrived correcting the address to 4700blk of Montgomery Place reporting a small shed fire in the rear. Engine 313 arrived staffed by 100% volunteer crew advanced the attack line and make a quick knock. Photo Courtesy VP/EMT McNeel. ... (Full Story & Photos)


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