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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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SLVFD Membership, March 05

The St. Leonard Vol. Fire and Rescue Department Inc., was formed in 1982. This year marks the 40th year of existence as an organization. Furthermore, on March 5, 1987 at 0001 hours we were officially placed in service. We are proud to say today marks the start to our 35th year of 100% volunteer service to the citizens of Calvert County and surrounding areas. ... (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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Boat 7 Purchased

Chief Brent Lankford, March 10

The St. Leonard Volunteers are proud to introduce the newest addition to our fleet, Boat 7.

Over the past several years the leadership and membership of the department identified the need for an additional marine resource in the southern end of Calvert County. During this time our apparatus committee worked hard to find a vessel that would meet the needs of our department as well as the citizens. ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Assistant Chief Marc Richman, March 06

At 1626 hours 3/6/22 the St. Leonard Volunteers were dispatched to the area of Avavado Road in Scientists Cliffs for the reported brush fire. Brush 7, Jeep 7, Tanker 7, Chief 7 and Chief 7A and 7B responded at dispatch. Brush 7 arrived to find a brush fire that was running the length of a 75-100’ cliff directly off the Chesapeake Bay. Units from Company 7 immediately began extinguishing portions ... (Full Story & Photos)

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