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The career and volunteer personnel are state certified firefighters and/or state certified Emergency
 
The career and volunteer personnel are state certified firefighters and/or state certified Emergency
Medical Technicians. Over 100 are also certified to provide advanced life support (ALS) care. Each  
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Medical Technicians. Over 100 are also certified to provide advanced life support (ALS) care. Each  
 
day, our department staffs 11 engines (including 3 Quints), at least 11 advanced life support medic  
 
day, our department staffs 11 engines (including 3 Quints), at least 11 advanced life support medic  
 
units, 2 EMS supervisors, and 2 Battalion Chiefs. Additionally, we also cross staff 1 ladder truck,  
 
units, 2 EMS supervisors, and 2 Battalion Chiefs. Additionally, we also cross staff 1 ladder truck,  
 
7 tankers, and 2 heavy rescue trucks, as well as other specialized equipment that is available each day.  
 
7 tankers, and 2 heavy rescue trucks, as well as other specialized equipment that is available each day.  
Our Services
 
  
Utilizing the staff and equipment they provide the following services:
 
  
    Code enforcement
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They provide the following services:
    Dive team/water rescue
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    Emergency management
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    • Code enforcement
    Emergency medical basic and advanced life support response
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    • Dive team/water rescue
    Fire investigations
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    • Emergency management
    Fire suppression
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    • Emergency medical basic and advanced life support
    Public fire education
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    • Fire investigations
    Response to natural and man-made disasters
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    • Fire suppression
    Technical rescue
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    • Public fire education
    Training services
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    • Response to natural and man-made disasters
    Transport
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    • Technical rescue
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==Spotsylvania County Fire/Rescue Stations==
 
==Spotsylvania County Fire/Rescue Stations==

Revision as of 02:50, 16 February 2020

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Spotsylvania County Fire/Rescue

The department is a combination career/volunteer system consisting of 240 career and approximately 250 active volunteer personnel operating out of 11 fire and rescue stations. Our outstanding men and women provide quality fire and Emergency Medical Service (EMS) service to a population of over 135,000 citizens, and last year, we responded to almost 19,000 incidents that required just over 33,000 responses. Spotsylvania County Fire/Rescue covers 414 sq miles.

The career and volunteer personnel are state certified firefighters and/or state certified Emergency Medical Technicians. Over 100 are also certified to provide advanced life support (ALS) care. Each day, our department staffs 11 engines (including 3 Quints), at least 11 advanced life support medic units, 2 EMS supervisors, and 2 Battalion Chiefs. Additionally, we also cross staff 1 ladder truck, 7 tankers, and 2 heavy rescue trucks, as well as other specialized equipment that is available each day.


They provide the following services:

    • Code enforcement
    • Dive team/water rescue
    • Emergency management
    • Emergency medical basic and advanced life support
    • Fire investigations
    • Fire suppression
    • Public fire education
    • Response to natural and man-made disasters
    • Technical rescue
    • Training services

Spotsylvania County Fire/Rescue Stations

  • 1-Courthouse - 7200 Courthouse Commons Blvd - (Combination Station)
  Engine 1, Rescue Engine 1, Tower 1, Tanker 1, Brush 1, Canteen 1, Utility 1, ALS/BLS units x4, Response 1 (EMS)
     
  • 2 Fire-Brokenburg - 11700 Volunteer Lane - (Combination Station)
  Engine 2, Tanker 2, Brush 2, Boat 2, Utility 2, Battalion 1
  • 2 Rescue-Brokenburg - 11701 Volunteer Lane - (Combination Station)
  ALS/BLS units (3)
  • 3-Partlow - 3221 Partlow Road
    Engine 3, Tanker 3, Brush 3, ALS/BLS units (2) 
    
  • 4-Four-Mile Fork - 4804 Bancroft Lane - (Combination Station)
    Engine 401, Engine 4, Rescue 4 (Heavy Rescue), Utility 4, ALS/BLS Units x4, Response 4 (ALS Response vehicle)
  • 5-Five-Mile Fork - 6204 Plank Road - (Combination Station)
    Engine 501, Engine 5, Rescue 5 (Heavy Rescue), Tanker 5, Brush 5, Utility 5, Boat 5, Chief 5, Canteen 5, 
    ALS/BLS Units (2), Response 5 (EMS), Admin 5
  • 6-Salem Church - 5700 General Semmes Road
    Ladder 6(Quint), Engine 6, ALS/BLS Units (2)
    
  • 7-Wilderness - 10501 Orange Plank Road
    Engine 7, Brush 7, ALS/BLS Units (2)
  • 8-Thornburg - 6429 Jefferson Davis Highway
    Engine 8, Rescue Engine 8, Tanker 8, Brush 8, ALS/BLS units (2)
  • 9-Belmont - 7100 Belmont Road
    Engine 9, Tanker 9, Brush 9, ALS/BLS Units (2)
  • 10-Salem Fields - 11201 Gordon Road
    Ladder 10 (Quint), Engine 10, Brush 10, ALS/BLS Units (2), Battalion 2, EMS 3, Response 10 (EMS)
    Boat 5
    
  • 11-Crossroads - 9517 Crossroads Parkway
    Ladder 11 (Quint), ALS/BLS Unit (1), Technical Rescue Trailer
  • 12-Massaponax - (Future) (FY2021- CIP)
  • 13-Rappahannock Regional Fire/Rescue Training Academy - 12901 Trench Hill Lane
   Engine 13, Truck 13 (Reserve)
  • 14- Shady Grove - (Future) (FY2023- CIP)
  • Fire/Rescue and Emergency Management HQ -9119 Dean Ridings Lane

Operational and Administrative Units:

  • SVFD Chiefs
    Chief 1 - Fire Chief
    Chief 2 - Deputy Chief
    Battalion Chief 4 
    Battalion Chief 8 
    Safety 2 - Department safety officer
    *Each of these chiefs typically respond from their residence
     and do not stay at the stations
  • CVFR Chiefs
    Chief 5 - Fire Chief
    Chief 6 - Deputy Chief
    Battalion Chief 5 
    EMS 5/Rescue Chief 5 - CVFR EMS (Rescue) Chief
    Safety 5 - Department safety officer
    *Each of these chiefs typically respond from their residence
     and do not stay at the stations
  • SVRS Chiefs
    Rescue Chief 1 ("RC1") - Rescue Chief
    Rescue Chief 2 ("RC2") - Deputy Rescue Chief
    Rescue Chief 2A ("RC2A") - Assistant Rescue Chief
    Rescue Lieutenant 1 ("RL1") - Rescue Lieutenant
  • FREM Chiefs and Officers
    Unit 1 - Fire Chief
    Unit 2 - Deputy Chief, operations
    Unit 3 - Deputy Chief, admin
    Safety 1 - EMS, Health and Safety Division Chief
    Safety 2 - EMS, Health and Safety Captain
    Training 1 - Training Division Chief
    Training 2 - Training Division Captain
    Training 3 - Training Division Lieutenant
    Training 4 - Training Division Lieutenant
    EM1 - Emergency Management Division Chief
    FM1 - Fire Prevention Division Chief (Fire Marshal)
    FM2 - Fire Prevention Captain (Fire Marshal)
    FM3 - Fire Prevention Lieutenant (Fire Marshal)
    FM4 - Fire Prevention Lieutenant (Fire Marshal)
*EMS Unit Designation: 
 Ambulance = Basic Life Support
 Trauma = Advanced Life Support 
 Medic =  Advanced Life Support 
*Miscellanous Fire Unit Designations
 Training 18 - SVFD Training Van

Spotsylvania County Sheriff Zones

  • Zone 1 Northwest area of the county. Area east of Gordon Rd. on Rt. 3, north of Rt. 3 completely (River Rd., Spotswood Furnace Rd., etc.). Border follows Gordon Rd. south to Brock Rd. Unsure of southwest border.
  • Zone 2 Bordered by Rt. 3, Gordon Rd., Brock Rd., Massaponax Church Rd., and Rt. 1.
  • Zone 3 Rt. 1 north to the county line, and Massaponax Church Rd. to Summit Crossing Rd. Includes Rts. 2 and 17.
  • Zone 4 Starts at the intersection of Blockhouse Rd. and Robert E. Lee Dr., and continues west. It follows Blockhouse Rd. to Courthouse Rd., and then follows Courthouse Rd west. Courthouse Rd. south of Blockhouse Rd. is Zone 4, everything south of there but east is Zone 5 (Zone 4 covers Lake Anna and Belmont, Zone 5 covers Partlow).
  • Zones 1, 2, and 3 are referred to as "East End." Zones 4 and 5 are referred to as "West End."



Unit Numbering

  • 1 - Sheriff
  • 2 - Lieutenant Colonel (vacant)
  • 3 & 4 - Majors
  • 5-9 - Captain
  • 10-19 - Lieutenant
  • 100 - CID
  • 200 - First Sergeant
  • 300 - Sergeant
  • 400-699 - Deputies
  • 700-749 - Animal Control Deputies
  • 750 & 751 -Parking Enforcement
  • 755 - Civilian Chaplain
  • 900 - Cadets

New Radio Sites

 1. Belmont
 2. Chancellor
 3. Partlow
 4. Greenlaw
 5. Livingston
 6. Overview Drive
 7. Post Oak
 8. Red Hill
 9. Thornburg
10. Wilderness
11. Emergency Communications Center

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