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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.

2022 Fire Rescue and EMS
Runs
Jan 250
Feb 157
Mar 198
Apr 186
May 222
Jun 235
Jul
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Sep
Oct
Nov
Dec
Total 1248

Total Fire/EMS
2021 2400
2020 2963
2019 2885
2018 2507
2017 2137

Working Fires
2022 2021 2020 2019
3 8 5 7

Auto Extrications
2022
2

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2022
1

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The SLVFD Beer, Bourbon & Seafood Festival is a fundraiser for the St Leonard Volunteer Fire Department! Bring your family out for live music, local food and beverages, games, and much more. Show your support for our firefighters while enjoying this great event!

Click HERE to Purchase Tickets

The St. Leonard Volunteer Fire Department is proud to announce that the Fire Department will receive  the ISO (Insurance Services Office) Class 4 public protection classification, effective March 1st, 2020.

ISO is a third party independent agency that evaluates the fire department, water department and  communications systems. It rates the results on a national scale from one to ten (one being the best and  10 being the highest). According to ISO, its Public Protection Classification Program (PPC) plays an  important role in the underwriting process with insurance companies. Most U.S. insurers report that the  PPC information is used in their decision-making process when deciding what business to cover, what  coverage’s to offer or prices to charge for personal or commercial property insurance. 

 

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Assistant Chief Marc Richman, August 12

Today was graduation day for our 2022 Junior Fire Camp. Campers had a full week of fun and learning. Campers obtained CPR certificates along with stop the bleed and basic first aid. Campers also learned the basics in Fire/Rescue/EMS, Boating/water safety and multiple team building and communication exercises.

Special thank you to our SLVFD volunteers, Calvert County Volunteer Fire-Rescue-EMS, Medical ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Subject Fallen in Ravine

Assistant Chief Marc Richman, August 12

At approximately 09:45 the morning of August 12, Rescue Squad 7, Ambulance 77 and Safety Officer 7 responded to the scene of a subject fallen in a ravine. Crews assembled a rope system and quickly removed the subject. The subject was transported to the local hospital with minor injuries.... (Full Story & Photos)

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Assistant Chief Marc Richman, July 26

At 01:15 in the morning of July 26th, St. Leonard and surrounding companies were alerted for smoke in a residence. Engine 72 (Sgt Ring), Tanker 7 (SO DeVries), A79 (Rogers), Captain 7 (Eckstein) and Chief 7A (Richman) responded.

Captain 7 arrived on location and reported smoke showing from all sides. E72 arrived and stretched a 400' line and entered the basement through side C where they extinguished ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Williams Wharf Road Vehicle Fire

Assistant Chief Marc Richman, April 28

At 1112 the morning of April 28, the St. Leonard Volunteers were dispatched for a vehicle fire in the area of Williams Wharf Road and Rebecca Ct. Engine 72, Tanker 7 and Chief 7 responded at dispatch.

Units arrived to find a Ford truck off the road with the engine compartment well involved with fire. Engine 72’s crew quickly extinguished the fire.

This marks our 7th dispatched response since ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Assistant Chief Marc Richman, April 15

On Friday April 15th at 1549 hours The St. Leonard Volunteers were dispatched mutual aid to St. Mary’s to assist with a 20+ acre brush fire.

At dispatch Brush 7 and Gator 7 responded with 4 personnel. Both units assisted with the extinguishment of the large wind driven fire. Rehab 7 was also later dispatched to assist with rehab and hydration of the fire personnel, the unit responded at dispatch ... (Full Story & Photos)

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