St. Leonard Volunteer Fire & Rescue is a 100% Volunteer, 501(c)(3) organization. Your tax-deductible donation will help us stay that way while providing the best fire, rescue, and EMS services that we can.
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Aug 28, 2015
Welcome to the Saint Leonard Volunteer Fire Department and Rescue Squad's Official Website.
The Saint Leonard Volunteer Fire Department is a 100% Volunteer Department providing Fire, Rescue, and Emergency Medical Services to the residents and visitors of Calvert County, Maryland. Saint Leonard is located in the center of the southern half of Calvert County and is situated between the Patuxent River and the Chesapeake Bay. Our first due area encompasses approximately 40 square miles, which is nearly two-thirds the size of Washington, DC. Our members contribute countless hours to training and the maintenance of our equipment and apparatus while responding to over 2,000 fire and EMS calls annually.
All Volunteer, All the time... Pride is our pay...
2015 Concert Series
The members of the St. Leonard Volunteer Fire Department are pleased to begin announcing our 2015 Concert Series.
On August 24th, 2015 at approximately 2315 hours, units from the St. Leonard VFD were alerted to the serious auto accident on Calvert Beach Road in the area of Forest Trail. The Deputy Fire Chief (Richman), Safety Officer (Bauer), Rescue Captain (Buckmaster), Fire Sergeant (Davis), Squad 7 (L. Culbert), Engine 71 (Capt. Midkiff III), Ambulance 78 (T. Dillon), Ambulance 79 (R. Weems), Command 7 (Sgt. ... (Full Story & Photos)
Congratulations to Firefighter Brent Lankford and his wife Jena on the birth of their daughter, Chance Morgan Lankford. Chance was born on 8/24/2015 at 12:12pm weighing 8lb 2.2oz and 20 1/4 inches long. Mom, Dad, and Chance are all doing well. ... (Full Story & Photos)
On August 16th, 2015 at approximately 1902 hours the St. Leonard Volunteers were alerted for the House Fire at 4008 Dogwood Court. The Chief (R. Weems II), Deputy Fire Chief (M. Richman), Engine 71 (Capt. Midkiff III), Squad 7 (Capt. Buckmaster), Engine 75 (Sleeper), Brush 7 (Lt. York), Utility 7 (Sgt. Hosselrode), and Ambulance 79 (E. Richardson) immediately responded with approximately 15 personnel. ... (Full Story & Photos)
St. Leonard Volunteer Fire and Rescue has taken delivery of the new Pierce Tanker. The Tanker sits on a 2015 Peterbilt 367 6x4 chassis. Tanker 7 features a 3,200-Gallon capacity water tank served by a 1,000 gpm single-stage Hale QPAK midmount pump. The apparatus is equipped with two 2,500-Gallon aluminum-framed portable folding tanks that are stored within two Zico hydraulically-activated racks. ... (Full Story & Photos)
On Thursday, July 23, and Friday, July 24, members of visited Pierce Manufacturing's Florida Plant to perform the final inspection of the new Tanker 7. Chief (R. Weems II), Safety Officer (N. Bauer), Chief Engineer (L. Callison), President (R. Midkiff), Chairman of the Board of Directors (D.O. Baker), past Deputy Chief J. Anderson, and EMS Captain (M. Weems) performed a thorough inspection of the ... (Full Story & Photos)
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