Ashburn Volunteer Fire and Rescue Department’s Suppression pieces serve as both fire suppression apparatus and rescue apparatus.  Units are staffed 24/7 and operate from both Ashburn’s Station 6 and Landsdowne Public Safety Station 22.  For suppression, Station 6 houses three engines, one tower and one truck.  Station 22 houses two engines.  Explore our suppression apparatus below.

Ashburn Volunteer Fire Engine 606 - Loudoun County, VA

Engine 606

  • 2014 Ferrara Ignitor
  • 1500 gallon per minute pump
  • Carries 500 gallons of water
  • Holds 20 gallons of foam
  • The first truck in AVFRD’s black-over-yellow color scheme
AVFRD Engine 606B, Ashburn, VA (Loudoun County)

Engine 606B

  • 2005 Spartan Gladiator/Ferrara engine
  • 500 gallons of water onboard
AVFRD Engine 606B, Ashburn, VA (Loudoun County)

Engine 606C

  • 2003 Spartan Gladiator/Ferrara engine
  • 500 gallons of water onboard
AVFRD Tower 606, Ashburn, VA (Loudoun County)

Tower 606

  • Built by Ferrara on a 2004 Spartan cab
  • Equipped with a 100′ mid-mount aerial tower
  • 1500 gallon per minute pump
  • The pump panel is located on the Spartan cab roof.
AVFRD Truck 606, Ashburn, VA (Loudoun County)

Truck 606

  • 2001 Spartan Gladiator built by Smeal
  • Equipped with a 75 foot rear-mount ladder
  • In 2008, the truck’s pump and water tank were removed so that Truck 606 could operate as both a ladder truck and extrication unit. Most of the extrication tools (“Jaws of Life”) are located in the large cabinets behind the cab.
AVFRD Engine 622, Ashburn, VA (Loudoun County)

Engine 622

  • 2014 Ferrara Ignitor
  • 1500 gallon per minute pump
  • Carries 500 gallons of water
  • Holds 20 gallons of foam
  • The first truck in AVFRD’s black-over-yellow color scheme
AVFRD Engine 622B, Ashburn, VA (Loudoun County)

Engine 622B

  • 2005 Spartan Gladiator/Ferrara engine
  • 500 gallons of water onboard