General news about our department, members and families.
Come on out and celebrate as Santa cruises thru the streets of Ashburn, spreading Christmas Cheer, with the volunteers of AVFRD. Santa will be expanding his route this year and making his way further into some of our neighborhoods. Due to COVID 19 we encourage you to come out [...]
During normal times, the Loudoun County Marines collect toys to distribute throughout Loudoun County as part of their Toys for Tots program. In 2019, over 8,000 Loudoun County children received toys. Because of Covid-19, they have had to change the way they do their collections. To minimizing the handling [...]
Thanksgiving fire facts Thanksgiving is the peak day for home cooking fires, followed by Christmas Day, the day before Thanksgiving, Easter, and Christmas Eve. In 2018, U.S. fire departments responded to an estimated 1,630 home cooking fires on Thanksgiving, the peak day for such fires. Unattended cooking was by [...]
Follow us on Twitter @ashburnFire and catch all of the daily fire and emergency incident reports for AVFRD Stations 6 (606) and 22 (622).
Stone Bridge High School students are dedicating their annual fundraising effort to Ashburn Volunteer Fire and Rescue. Please consider supporting their program in the upcoming days. Follow them on instagram @StoneBridgeBOTB. You can start donating now at: https://paypal.me/sbhsptso?locale.x=en_US Go Bulldogs!
Stone Bridge High School's DECA is selected AVFRD as their charity to help fundraise for and their first sponsored event will be the "2020 Battle of the Bulldogs" which will be held November 15-21. 100% of money raised will be donated to the AVFRD so please come out and [...]
Jerry "Catfish" Earnest, of McLean, Virginia, passed away on October 25, 2020, at the Virginia Hospital Center at the age of 68. During his time with the Ashburn Volunteer Fire & Rescue Department (Company 6), he served as Sergeant and Chief Engineer. Catfish (as he was known) enjoyed nothing [...]