An integral part of the community, the Lansdowne Volunteer Fire Department was established in 1902. The LVFD is…More one of the 14 companies to form the Baltimore County Volunteer Fireman's Association in 1907.
The fire department makes about 100 fire calls per month and an equal number of EMS calls.
English Consul Volunteer Fire Association 2827 Michigan Ave, Halethorpe, MD21227 Formed in 1941, the English Consul Volunteer Fire Department is one of the few institutions to perpetuate the name of…More English Consul, the former 254-acre estate of William Dawson, the first British consul in Baltimore after the War of 1812. The ECVFD provides fire and EMS service to communities in the southwest corner of Baltimore County, and does mutual aid response into Baltimore City and Anne Arundel County.
One of the busiest of Baltimore County's 33 volunteer fire companies, the Arbutus Volunteer Fire Department provides…More fire, rescue and emergency medical services to Arbutus and its surrounding communities. AVFD is one of only two stations in the county, with two Advanced Life Support-equipped ambulances. Swift water rescue has been been part of the department's activities for more than a decade.
The AVFD firehall is an Arbutus institution, with a community center available for special events, regular record and CD meets that attract dealers and collectors from around the region and an annual carnival in July.
Organized in 1906, the Violetville Volunteer Fire Department provides fire suppression and EMS services to…More Violetville as well as the surrounding areas of Arbutus, Catonsville, Halethorpe, Lansdowne, English Consul, Westview and Woodlawn. VVFD also runs mutual aid into Howard and Anne Arundel counties, and Baltimore City.
The firehouse, located on Benson Avenue, also has a banquet hall that is available for special occasions.