• Washington Post

    Ashburn Volunteer Fire and Rescue Department needs volunteers for firefighting, EMS and administration committees. Training is provided. Call 703-729-0006 or email assistant@ashburnfirerescue.org.

  • Loudoun Times-Mirror

    Each year National Emergency Medical Services Week brings together local communities and medical personnel to publicize safety and honor the dedication of those who provide the day-to-day lifesaving services of medicine's "front line."This year, EMS Week has been designated from May 15 – 21 with the theme of “EMS STRONG: Called to Care.”In light of EMS week, many of the county’s fire and rescue companies will be hosting open house events throughout May to provide the citizens of Loudoun County an opportunity to engage with their local EMS providers.Sunday, May 15Noon-3:45p.m. Ashburn Volunteer Fire-Rescue Open House includes guided tours of the new station, safety stop exhibits for children and adults; school bus and water safety; stranger danger; how to call 911; and a cardiac station. There will be a number of unique vehicles in our "Touch - a Truck" display, anatomy toss, face painting and moon bounce. Food from local vendors will be available. This year they will be offering four separate raffles for two golf packages, a birthday party event valued at $350 and a zip line adventure at Evergreen Sportsplex. Check http://www.ashburnfirerescue.org for more information. Off-site parking at Cedar Lane Elementary School with shuttle service until 4:15 p.m

  • Loudoun Times-Mirror

    Fire and rescue units responded from Ashburn, Hamilton, Lucketts, Sterling, Purcellville, Moorefield, Philomont and Fairfax County responded to a fire in downtown Leesburg during the Classic Car Show and Saturday night out.

  • Ashburn Rising

    One of the sure signs Christmas is on its way to Ashburn is Santa’s annual ride through the community, not in his reindeer-driven sleigh, but atop one of Ashburn Volunteer Fire and Rescue Department’s trucks.Each year, ‘old St. Nick hangs up the reins for a night and heads out for a siren-laden buzz through Lansdowne, Belmont Country Club, Ashburn Farm, Broadlands and Ashburn Village. And residents line the streets at various points for a glimpse of the whirlwind drive.

  • Loudoun Times-Mirror

    RagingWire donated $5,000 to Ashburn Volunteer Fire and Rescue Department's capital campaign. RagingWire Senior Director of Critical Facilities Operations Chris Thames and Vice President of Marketing Jim Leach presented the check to Stan Murphy, chairman of the Construction Committee, AVFRD President Don Graham and AVFRD Director of Communications Danielle Keith

  • Loudoun Times-Mirror

    The Ashburn Volunteer Fire Department has been named a finalist in the Johnsonville Sausage’s second annual ‘Best of US’ contest.The fire department is among 20 volunteer firehouses from across the nation to be recognized in the campaign honoring unsung heroes.The annual annual contest received 256 nominations, with many firehouses nominated multiple times by members of their community.

  • Loudoun Times-Mirror

    Personnel from Loudoun County Fire and Rescue, Ashburn Volunteer Fire and Rescue and the Loudoun County Sheriff's Office responded to the scene. The boy was wearing a helmet during the accident and was taken to Inova Loudoun Hospital with non-life-threatening injuries.

  • Loudoun Times-Mirror

    The Ashburn Volunteer Fire and Rescue Department will host an open house at Station 22 in Lansdowne from noon to 3:45 p.m. Oct. 6.

  • Loudoun Times-Mirror

    A much-needed expansion for the Ashburn Volunteer Fire and Rescue Department is poised to progress when the Board of Supervisors take up the special exception request for the Village of Ashburn facility July 17. According to documents from the county’s planning department, the proposed expansion will increase the overall size of the fire and rescue station from 17,500 square feet to 36,000 square feet by adding a second story, “while only slightly increasing the footprint of the building.

  • Loudoun Times-Mirror

    The Ashburn Volunteer Fire and Rescue was represented at the recent golf tournament and fundraiser for the Fisher House at Lansdowne Resort. The Fisher House is a home away from home to support wounded warriors and their families in more than 20 locations throughout the country. The EMS team provided ambulance support during the event. Pictured is EMT-B Katy McCorry and EMT-E Todd Bevans with Derek Donavan, vice president of Fisher House, and the Ranger Parachutists group.