Loudoun Volunteer Fire and Rescue Recruitment Fair, Sat May 31st from 1-4pm.

Loudoun Volunteer Fire and Rescue Recruitment Fair 

Saturday May 31st from 1-4

Please stop in at the new Arcola VFD station at 23675 Belmont Ridge Road in Brambleton to find out about volunteer opportunities.

Have you ever thought about being an EMT or Firefighter? Do you have a desire to give back to your community utilizing your corporate, administrative, or manual skills?  the Arcola Volunteer Fire Department is opening its doors for you to come in to see the station, the opportunities, the requirements, the benefits of becoming a part of our team as a firefighter, EMT, or administrative volunteer.  Speak to Fire, EMS, and Administrative volunteers about their experience. Opportunities for persons age 14 years old and up. 

Information will be available on volunteer opportunities at the 17 Volunteer Companies that are part of Loudoun County Volunteer Fire and Rescue.

For questions or further information you can call us at 571-258-3709 or 703-327-2222 


Arcola Volunteer Fire Department is Moving !

Starting April 14, 2014 at 10:00 am Fire and EMS operations moved from our original station on Gum Spring Rd to our new Station 9 on Belmont Ridge Rd. This new building is a shared building between The Fire Department and the Loudoun County Fire Marshal's Office.

Our New building address is: 23675 Belmont Ridge Rd, Brambleton, VA 20148. You can contact the station at the new phone number of 571-258-3709.

Our Updated Mailing Address is: 42395 Ryan Rd., #112 - 809, Brambleton, VA 20148

The Arcola Fire Department has original station has grown several times during the past few decades. However due the growing needs of our community and changes to the roads in our immediate area on Gum Spring Rd. we have now moved to the new building on Belmont Ridge Rd. The original station will remain a part of the Arcola Fire Dept but all of our primary operations have been re-located. 

This new building was completed in partnership with Loudoun County and the Department of Fire and Rescue. 







Arcola Mourning

The Arcola Vol. Fire Dept. is mourning the loss of one our family; former Fire Chief Ray Case passed away Saturday, March 8th. 

A viewing for Ray will be held at Hall's Funeral Home in Purcellville on Tuesday, March 11th, from 2pm to 4pm, and again from 6pm to 8pm.  Funeral services will be held at Hall's on Wednesday, March 12th, at 11:00am, with interment immediately following at Ebenezer Cemetery in Bluemont. 

Rest easy, Chief - we got it from here.  We'll carry on as you taught us, my friend.


Special New Volunteer Information Session

Would you like to be trained to assist in an emergency, or use your time more productively to make a difference in your community?  Would you like to belong to group of enthusiastic people committed and willing to take on the challenge of saving a life? 

Please contact the Membership Committee for further information and to schedule a time to come in for a new volunteer information session.  You can email, or call 703-348-4317 (select option 1). 

Take the opportunity to pursue the best job in the world and become a volunteer Firefighter or EMT today!


Save a Life - Volunteers Needed!

As a component of the Loudoun County Fire and Rescue System, our mission is to provide primary protection, suppression and emergency medical services.  We have volunteer positions available in fire and rescue operations, administrative support, public service, education and training - no experience needed!

For more information, please email or call 703-348-4317 and press option 1, one of our volunteer recruiting specialists will contact you within 48 hours.