Leonardtown Volunteer Fire Department

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2022 Call Stats
January 102
February 65
March 56
April 71
May 27
Total 321

2022 Jobs
Fires 8
Cuts 4
1st Due Fires 2

Unit Response
Engine 10
Engine 11
Tanker 14
Squad 1
Truck 1
Brush 1
Utility 1

Past Incidents
2021 821
2020 758
2019 669
2018 733
2017 654

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Website Visitors
February 21, 2013
Visitors Today
May 17, 2022

Welcome to the official website of the Leonardtown Volunteer Fire Department! Please explore the website and if you have any questions or concerns, feel free to reach out to us. We are always seeking motivated individuals who are ready to step up and serve their community. If interested please give us a call or stop by the station on a Monday evening between 7 - 9 p.m. Do you have what it takes?


No Caption 2nd Best Appearing in the association for SOMD Parade

Fire Chief Chris Bell, May 01

Awesome day at the SOMD Parade, and games today hosted by the Bay District Volunteer Fire.

Leonardtown took home 2nd Place overall in the Southern Maryland Association.

2nd best appearing little Miss Fire Ambassador

2nd best appearing marching unit

2nd best appearing engine 1500 GPM or more (2002 Seagrave, Engine 10)

2nd best appearing UTV... (Full Story & Photos)

First Due Door Pop

Fire Chief Chris Bell, April 30

At 1048 hours Squad 1 (6 personnel), Engine 11 (5 personnel), Chief 1, and Chief 1A responded and operated in the 23400 block or Budds Creek Rd for the reported MVA with one trapped. Chief 1 arrived on the scene with a 2 vehicle MVA with a single driver trapped. Squad 1 arrived on the scene stabilizing the vehicle, and preforming a door pop. Engine 11 arrived on the scene and assisted Squad 1 and ... (Full Story & Photos)

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No Caption First Due Structure Fire

Fire Chief Chris Bell, April 29

At 0228 hours engine 11(5 personnel), Truck 1(6 personnel), Chief 1, Chief 1A, Chief 1B responded and operated in the 41900 block of Kentucky Ct for a reported House Fire. Chief 1 arrived finding a 2 story single family home on a basement with smoke showing from the front door. Engine 11 arrived on the scene laying a 4 inch supply line, while the crew deployed an 1 3/4 handline. The office of Engine ... (Full Story & Photos)

2nd Alarm Being Sounded

Fire Chief Chris Bell, April 28

At 0411 hours Engine 11(4 personnel), and Chief 1A responded and operated in the 46500 block of Valley Ct in Company 3s first due response area on the first alarm. Units arrived on the scene finding a 3 story multi family apartment building with fire through the roof. First arriving units operated in the offensive mode on the top floor. Engine 11 arrived on the scene as the 4th due engine Company. ... (Full Story & Photos)

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No Caption Dump Truck VS School Bus MVA

Fire Chief Chris Bell, April 27

At 0632 hours Squad 1 (4 personnel) responded and assisted on this MVA In Company 2s first due response area. Units from Company 2 arrived on the scene finding a school bus (unoccupied by kids) had been rear ended by a dump truck while parked on the shoulder of Budds Creek Rd in the area of the Chaptico Park. Squad 1 arrived on the scene assisted with securing a fuel leak and road debris clean up. ... (Full Story & Photos)



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