Mechanicsville Volunteer Fire Department
Mechanicsville Volunteer Fire Department, Inc.

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2021 Incidents
Jan 83
Feb 80
Mar 79
Apr 71
May 70
Jun 68
July 60
Aug 98
Sep 69
Oct 85
Nov 65
Dec 72
Total 900

2022 Incidents
Jan 118
Total 118

2021 Jobs
Fires 22
Cuts 13

Past Incidents
2021 900
2020 894
2019 873
2018 907
2017 872
2016 931
2015 884
2014 797
2013 830
2012 862
2011 874
2010 843
2009 773
2008 754
2007 848
Total 12842

Mechanicsville Volunteer Fire Department, Inc.
"Proudly Serving with Pride, Dedication, and Commitment Since 1934"

Mechanicsville Volunteer Fire Department accepts applications year-round. There are a variety of positions available for everyone. All training & equipment is provided FREE! Numerous benefits include:

  • MD Income Tax Incentive Program
  • Length of Service Awards Program
  • Scholarship Programs
  • Dependent Care Reimbursement Program
  • Fire Science Degree
  • & Much More

Submit your information TODAY! Assistance will be provided to help you through the process. We look forward to you joining our team.

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Mechanicsville Volunteers, January 03

As many of you have seen, the Mechanicsville VFD has been extremely busy since 0500 hours on Monday January 3rd.

Some quick stats for everyone:

- St. Mary’s County Fire and EMS Departments had 179 total calls for service on January 3, 2022

- Mechanicsville VFD responded to 69 total incidents on January 3, 2022

- Mechanicsville VFD has responded to 19 incidents today as of 1700 hours on January ... (Full Story & Photos)

2022 Mechanicsville Volunteer Fire Department Leadership

Mechanicsville Volunteers, January 01

The department has concluded our annual elections and appointments for the departments leadership for the year of 2022. All personnel changes will be effective January 1, 2022. We look forward to another successful year serving the Mechanicsville and surrounding communities and continuing to grow as an organization.

President-John “Monkey” Montgomery
1st Vice President-Keith Turner
2nd Vice President-Jackson ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Units operate on Point Lookout Road collision
Units operate on Point Lookout Road collision

Head On Collision on Point Lookout Road

The Village Firefighters, December 30

At 2317 hours, Rescue Squad 2 was alerted to 30341 Point Lookout Road for the motor vehicle accident with reported entrapment.

The Rescue and Engine responded at dispatch with the Rescue arriving advising there was no entrapment. Chief 2A assumed the command and placed Rescue Squad 1 in service.

The crews secured the vehicles and both vehicle operators were transported to Medstar St. Mary's Hospital ... (Full Story & Photos)

Hosebed Week in Mechanicsville

Mechanicsville Volunteers, December 29

It’s hosebed week in Mechanicsville. On Wednesday, December 29th 2021, members dumped all the hose on Engine-Tanker 24 and cleaned the hose bed, nozzles, and every inch of hose on the unit. Members then repack the hose bed to keep our equipment in the best working order possible. Engine 23 got this same treatment earlier this week and Engine 21 will be next.

This is just a sneak peak at a day at ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Engine 23 operating on the scene of a storage barn fire off Three Notch Road
Engine 23 operating on the scene of a storage barn fire off Three Notch Road

First Due Storage Barn

The Village Firefigters, December 28

At 2020 hours, Station 2 was alerted to a structure fire off of Point Lookout Road in Mechanicsville. Units marked up immediately and Fire Chief 2 arrived correcting the location to Three Notch Road just south of Point Lookout Road and advised he had a structure fully involved.

Engine 23's crew initially advanced two lines to the structure, which collapsed just as they arrived, and darkened the ... (Full Story & Photos)

Live Fire Training

Mechanicsville Volunteers, December 12

The Mechanicsville Volunteers have spent the morning performing live fire training in an acquired structure with the Benedict Volunteer Fire Department & Rescue Squad and the Hughesville Volunteer Fire Department at a house off of Bucktown Road in Charles County. These training opportunities allow invaluable training and experiences to members of all experience levels.

We would like to thank the ... (Full Story & Photos)

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One trapped in the first due
One trapped in the first due

One Trapped Up the Street

Mechanicsville Volunteers, December 07

On Tuesday evening, the Rescue was alerted to Three Notch Road at Hills Club Road, right up the street from the station, for the motor vehicle collision with one trapped and unconscious.

The Rescue arrived confirming the given info and went to work stabilizing the vehicle to begin patient removal. Three patients would require medical intervention, one requiring a medevac to a local trauma center, ... (Full Story & Photos)

Company Goes First Due to Chaptico House

Mechanicsville Volunteers, November 13

On Saturday night at 2346 hours, Company 2 and surrounding companies were alerted to 38365 Chaptico Road for reports of the roof on fire of a single family residence.

Engine 23, Chief 100, and Lieutenant 2 arrived first finding a one story single family home with smoke showing from the attic. Engine 23 deployed an attack line to the interior of the home.

Engine 23 and Rescue Squad 2 located a ... (Full Story & Photos)

Units operated at this first due house fire Saturday night in Chaptico.
Units operated at this first due house fire Saturday night in Chaptico.

The company triple pulled to this building fire on Loveville Road.
The company triple pulled to this building fire on Loveville Road.

Triple Pull to Loveville Road Building Fire

Mechanicsville Volunteers , November 12

On Friday, at 2129 hours, Engine 2 and Tanker 2 were alerted Second Due to 26511 Loveville Road for a commercial building on fire.

Chief 7B arrived on the scene advising of a one story commercial building with smoke showing from all sides and fire showing from the attic on the Bravo side.

Engine 23, Tanker 2, Tanker 24, Chief 2, and Chief 2A made the response immediately with 11 volunteers. Units ... (Full Story & Photos)

Afternoon Extrication in Helen

Mechanicsville Volunteers, October 28

On Thursday at approximately 1545 hours, Rescue Squad 2, Rescue Squad 1, Company 29, 19, and SMALS were alerted to Point Lookout Road at Foley Mattingly Road for the motor vehicle accident, reported serious with entrapment.

Rescue Squad 2, Engine 21, and Fire Chief 2 made the response and arrived on the scene to find two vehicles, head-on, with one person trapped. Rescue Squad 7 who cleared an accident ... (Full Story & Photos)

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