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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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...
On October 26th, 2016 at approximately 1122 hours the St. Leonard Volunteers were alerted to the working house fire at 12984 Barreda Blvd. The Chief (R. Weems II), Engine 71 (Lt. Eckels), Squad 7 (Johnson), and Tanker 7 (S/O Bauer) immediately responded. Chief 3 arrived on scene first to find a one-story single family dwelling with a working fire in the back bedroom and established the "Barreda Blvd ... (Full Story & Photos)
On Sunday October 18th, 2015 the St. Leonard Volunteers participated in the 5th annual Calvert County Fire And Rescue Softball tournament at Hallowing Point Park. After playing numerous other county teams, the St. Leonard Volunteers ultimately took the championship trophy home. Thank you for all the participants and family members for attending. ... (Full Story & Photos)
On Thursday, October 8, several members took apparatus to the St. Leonard Elementary School. The members taught fire prevention to the kindergarten students and showed the tools and equipment on Squad 7, Engine 71, and Ambulance 79. The students had the opportunity to get inside the apparatus and see a firefighter wearing a full set of turnout gear to allow them to become familiar in the event of ... (Full Story & Photos)
On September 24th, 2015 at approximately 1518 hours the St. Leonard Volunteers were alerted for the Kitchen Fire at 3398 Broomes Island Road. The Chief (R. Weems II), Engine 71 (Capt. Buckmaster), Squad 7 (Sgt. Davis), and Tanker 7 (Garrett) immediately responded with approximately 10 personnel. Chief 7 arrived on the scene first to find a two-story duplex with smoke showing from side alpha and established ... (Full Story & Photos)
Dalton Newsome, an 11-year-old from Lusby, participated in the St. Leonard Volunteer Fire Department's 2015 Junior Fire Camp this past summer. During the 5-day camp, Dalton obtained CPR training and his CPR certification. That training came in handy last week when Dalton observed an infant choking on an apple at a friend's house.