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


2020 CALLS
ENG TRK AMB
JAN 135 37 216
FEB 106 16 169
MAR
APR
MAY
JUN
JUL
AUG
SEP
OCT
NOV
DEC
Total 241 53 385

2019 CALLS
ENG TRK AMB
JAN
FEB
MAR
APR
MAY
JUN 188 39 212
JUL 156 15 210
AUG 156 42 256
SEP 648 32 188
OCT 191 0 210
NOV 153 0 753
DEC 214 105 219
Total 1706 233 2048

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ANOTHER MEMBER SWORN IN

Member Chris Scheer, February 26

The Beltsville Volunteer Fire Department is pleased as punch to announce our newest member completing his probationary period and being sworn into full, active membership. Trey Kelso is a veteran of the volunteer fire service in Prince George's County and brings many years of experience and training to our organization. He is family now.... (Full Story & Photos)

Trey being sworn in by President Dickey under the watchful eye of Board member Del Walcker.
Trey being sworn in by President Dickey under the watchful eye of Board member Del Walcker.

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Kira being sworn in by President Dickey with Chaplain Mike looking on.
Kira being sworn in by President Dickey with Chaplain Mike looking on.

WELCOME OUR NEWEST MEMBER

Member Chris Scheer, January 27

We are pleased to welcome our newest member to the Beltsville VFD family. Kira Mayton was sworn in during our January business meeting by company president, Margie Dickey. Kira joins a number of second generation members in the department. Kira's proud father can been seen with a camera in the second photo. Related or not you are family in the Beltsville VFD.... (Full Story & Photos)

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Happy Holidays From Beltsville VFD

Firefighter Steven Hamrick, December 09

Beltsville Volunteer Fire Department has set up the holiday decorations for all to see, but would like to share with you some Holiday decoration tips!
*Most decoration fires in homes start with candles or overloaded wiring.
*Test the smoke alarms and tell guests about the home fire escape plan.
*Keep children and pets away from lit candles.
*Replace any string of lights with worn or broken cords ... (Full Story & Photos)

Station 31 Lit for the Holidays
Station 31 Lit for the Holidays

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A rare moment at rest, in quarters,  for Beltsville's ambulance
A rare moment at rest, in quarters, for Beltsville's ambulance

OUR BABY IS ALMOST ONE YEAR OLD

EMS Lieutenant Chris Scheer, November 17

December 21st, 2019 will mark the 1 year anniversary of the in-service date for our new ambulance. This is the first Beltsville owned ambulance since the early 1970's. We would like to thank our community again for your support.

Just to let you know how we have used this state of the art medical unit, here are a few statistics:

First Call - December 10, 2018 A motor vehicle accident in Laurel

Number ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Crews Attend Trunk or Treat

Member Steven Hamrick, October 25

A Crew from Station 31 attended the Trunk or Treat at Beltsville Academy. Crews passed out candy and assisted kids and families to climb on and take pictures in the trucks and ambulance. Thank you PGPD for the invite, and thanks to the community for attending!

Remember this Halloween Season to look both ways before crossing the street, and slow down when driving thru communities as children will ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Member Steven Hamrick, October 23

E831B responded from quarters to 9000 Block of Cherry Lane, for a townhouse fire. Units arrived to find a room on fire and went to work. E831B laid out 700 feet of large diameter hose, and supplied the first due company. Units were able to make a quick knock of the fire and returned to service.... (Full Story & Photos)

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Annual Open House

Chairman of the Board Al Schwartz, October 20

The Beltsville VFD would like to thank our community for attending our annual open house. Even with the rain it was a success. Our Ladies Auxiliary awarded the winners of the annual fire prevention poster contest. many local vendors attended and as always the department had displays and fire prevention handouts.

The volunteers were able to staff two engines and our ambulance during this event. ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Chairman of the Board Al Schwartz, October 20

On this raining afternoon Beltsville Units stayed busy with a few Box alarms and auto accident's. This is one of many accident's today on Route 95 just before Powder Mill. ... (Full Story & Photos)

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