Bel Alton Volunteer Fire Department

2015 Responses
Fire EMS
Jan 51 34
Feb 69 24
Mar 45 24
Apr 72 28
May 59 15
Jun 44 12
Jul 24 14
Aug 51 54
Sep 60 42
Oct 59 36
Nov 45 36
Dec 38 32
Total 617 351

Past Responses
Fire EMS
2014 610 340
2013 579 293
2012 708 446
2011 612 271
2010 627 217
2009 558 548

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Bel Alton Volunteer Fire Department

1991 Pierce Heavy Rescue Squad For Sale

June 30

Bel Alton Volunteer Fire Department is currently offering our 1991 Pierce Lance Heavy Rescue Squad for your consideration.

All inquiries should be emailed to Fire Chief Williams at (Full Story & Photos)

Service Award

Treasurer J. Hoover Thompson, January 10

At the Charles County Volunteer Fire and Ems Associations Annual Installation and Banquet, our very own Billy Robertson was awarded for his 50 Years of Service to the citizens of Charles County as a Volunteer. Billy was joined by his family and some of his colleagues as everyone applauded and congratulated him. We thank Billy for everything that he has done and continues to do for our department, ... (Full Story & Photos)

courtesy of SDVFD Co.5
courtesy of SDVFD Co.5

Busy Evening at The Dime

January 03

The Volunteers of the BAVFD were kept busy this evening for quite some time. The first call came in around 1800 hours for a MVC with 2 vehicles on Crain Highway near Bel Alton Newtown Road. Rescue Squad 10 and Ambulance 109 responded right away, and arrived to treat and transport an injured motorist for a check-up. While units operated on the MVC, Foam Tanker 10 responded to Woodbush Drive in St. ... (Full Story & Photos)

Member Advances His Career

January 03

We would like to say Good Luck to our brother, Ray Hackett, as he is moving to Florida to attend the Daytona State College Fire Academy. He will be attending school for 9 months gaining his certifications in hopes of becoming a Career Firefighter after completion of his training. Ray has strived for excellence in his time with us, and has showed a desire for the job that we do!!!

Bel Alton ... (Full Story & Photos)

First Call Brings First Working Fire

January 01

Just after 0600 hours, Engine 102 and Chief 10A responded mutual aid to St. Mary's County for the House Fire. Units arrived to find smoke showing and found a fire in a back bedroom. Chief 10A had Division 1 and E102 assisted other companies with extinguishment and overhaul. No injuries were reported and Captain 2 (Raley) had the Command.... (Full Story & Photos)

Rescue Squad Assists with Injured ATV Rider

November 15

This afternoon, Rescue Squad 10 and Chief 10B responded to the Wicomico ATV Park in co.14's area for the Inaccessible Rescue. Units arrived to find a patient over a mile off road with injuries from an ATV accident. Squad 10 assisted Engine 21 from St. Mary's with setting up an LZ. Chief 10B assisted Command, Chief 14A. Units operated for over an hour. Trooper 7 air lifted the patient to a local trauma ... (Full Story)

Congratulations Sgt. Hammett

November 02

The Officers and Members would like to congratulate Sgt. Jeff Hammett on his appointment as Firefighter with the Fort A.P. Hill Fire Department. We wish you all the best in your new career.... (Full Story & Photos)

Congratulations Lt. Cusic

October 24

Congratulations to Lieutenant Lauren Cusic on her nomination for "Women of Impact-First Responders" award through the Southern Maryland Women's League. We appreciate all she does for our department and the communities we serve. Lauren serves as our Fire Lieutenant, as well as our Fire Prevention coordinator, and keeps busy around the station by helping out with projects and training. She is a vital ... (Full Story & Photos)

Dinner Night Takes Crews to Hughesville

October 18

This evening, D/C Hackley hosted a station dinner. Several members gathered to break bread together over home cooked pork and oysters, as well as many side dishes and treats. During their time staffing the station, the members responded with Rescue Squad 10, Tanker 10, and Chief 10A to a Chimney Fire in co.2's area. The Squad crew worked with Engine 22 and Chief 2B to mark the fire under control. ... (Full Story & Photos)

Mission Statement

"The mission of the Bel Alton Volunteer Fire Department is to protect the lives and property of the citizens it serves through education in the prevention of hazardous conditions, and when necessary the prompt, efficient and, professional delivery of emergency services".

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Bel Alton Volunteer Fire Department
9765 Bel Alton Newtown Road
Bel Alton, MD 20611

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