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We recently mailed out our 2015 Operating Fund Drive.  Please click on the "Donate" button to the left to avoid writing a check or using a stamp.  You will be taken directly to PayPal, our payment processor. We are a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization so save your receipt as it may be tax deductible.

Firehouse Addition & Renovation

LVFC recently awarded The Mullan Contracting Company as the general contracting firm for the $4.2 million firehouse addition and renovation project which consists of an 11,000 square foot addition, as well as a significant physical plant improvement and upgrade to the existing firehouse. Click Here for project information and a link to the groundbreaking invitation, official press release, and progress/photo updates.

 
RECENT STORIES

New Member Recruitment Open House on April 10th


April 10, 2016 - Members Wanted!!! Are you looking for an exciting way to serve your community? Have you ever thought about being a firefighter? Lutherville Volunteer Fire Company is looking for new members to join our organization. This is a great way to give back to your community and help your fellow neighbors. Please join us at our New Member Recruitment Open House on Sunday, April 10th from 12pm to 4pm. Meet our members, ask questions, learn what it takes to become a firefighter, and tour our new building. No prior experience or training is necessary. We look forward to meeting you!

Commercial Dryer Fire at Mercy Villa in Towson: Fire Box 01-13


November 28, 2015 - At approximately 12:05pm, Station 30 was alerted to respond to the report of a building fire at Mercy Villa on Bellona Avenue in Rodgers Forge / Towson. Engine 301 and Squad 303 immediately responded and was first to arrive to find nothing evident from the exterior. Upon further investigation, units discovered a partially extinguished fire in a commercial dryer, however a significant amount of smoke remained. Crews further extinguished the dryer contents and ventilated the area of the complex. Crews remained on scene for approximately 30 minutes.

Christmas Tree Fundraiser


November 27, 2015 - Christmas trees are back this year at LVFC! Sale begins Saturday, November 28th. Hours include weekdays 5PM - 9PM and weekends 9AM - 9PM. Come support our annual Christmas tree fundraiser.

Open House & Building Dedication


October 10, 2015 - Please join us for our Open House and Building Dedication on Saturday, October 10th from 11am to 3pm. We will have plenty of family friendly activities including: Fire Engine Rides, Moon Bounce, Squirt the "Flame" House, Food, Drinks, and more! We welcome everyone to take a tour of the brand new building. Explore our new training center / community room. See the brand new private dorm rooms that will allow us to have "live-in" members. Please stop by and see the new firehouse that was paid for entirely by our community.

Squad Extricates One in Downtown Towson (Rescue Box 01-17)


January 28, 2015 - At approximately 2:30pm, Station 30 was alerted for the report of a motor vehicle accident with rescue at the intersection of Washington Avenue and Pennsylvania Avenue in Downtown Towson. Squad 303 responded and while en route, Engine 101 (Towson) arrived and confirmed one patient trapped. Squad 303 arrived and assumed rescue operations, extricating the patient by removing the driver side doors and post. Crews remained on scene for approximately 20 minutes.

Compacting Dumpster Fire at Best Buy in Lutherville: Fire Box 30-04


November 20, 2014 - At approximately 6:45am, Station 30 was alerted to respond to the report of a dumpster fire at the Best Buy on York Road in Lutherville. Engine 301 immediately responded and arrived moments later to find a compacting dumpster on fire, attached to the building. Due to the potential risk for exposure and fire spread, Engine 301's crew requested a fire box assignment for additional resources to respond to the scene. Crews quickly gained access to the dumpster and extinguished the fire, preventing extension into the building. Crews remained on scene for approximately 45 minutes.

Vehicle T-Boned in Historic Lutherville Trapping One: Rescue Box 30-07


November 19, 2014 - At approximately 1:25pm, Station 30 was alerted to respond to the report of a motor vehicle accident with rescue at the intersection of West Seminary Avenue and Franke Avenue in Historic Lutherville. Engine 302 and Squad 303 responded and arrived seconds later to find a vehicle T-Boned / broadsided with one patient trapped. Squad 303's crew established command, stabilized the vehicle, and initiated rescue. Station 30 crews, with assistance from Truck 1 (Towson), extricated the patient by removing the driver side doors and post. The patient was then packaged and transported to local trauma center for evaluation. Crews remained on scene for approximately 20 minutes.

Fully Involved Dwelling on Bon Air Road in Hillendale: Fire Box 11-05


November 13, 2014 - At approximately 2:40am, Station 30 was alerted to respond to the report of a dwelling fire on Bon Air Road off of Oakleigh Road in Parkville. Squad 303 immediately responded and while en route first arriving units from Station 11 (Hillendale) arrived to find a fully involved dwelling. Defensive / exterior operations were initiated to extinguish the fire. Squad 303 arrived shortly thereafter and deployed several hose lines and assisted with extinguishment and overhaul. Crews remained on scene for approximately 4 hours.

Overturned Vehicle on Manor Road in Long Green: Rescue Box 38-23


November 11, 2014 - At approximately 10:00am, Station 30 was alerted to respond to the report of a motor vehicle accident with rescue at the intersection of Carroll Manor Road and Manor Road in Long Green. Squad 303 immediately responded and while en route, first arriving units from Station 47 (Jacksonville) arrived to find one vehicle on its side with one person trapped. Squad 303 arrived shortly thereafter and assumed rescue operations, along with Truck 297 (Providence). Crews extricated the patient by flapping the roof of the vehicle. The patient was transported to a local hospital for evaluation. Crews remained on scene for approximately 25 minutes.

Vehicle into Pole Traps One in Parkville: Rescue Box 10-16


November 07, 2014 - At approximately 11:15pm, Station 30 was alerted to respond to the report of a motor vehicle accident with rescue at the intersection of Avondale Road and Putty Hill Avenue in Parkville. Squad 303 immediately responded and while en route first arriving units from Station 10 (Parkville) arrived to find one vehicle into a pole with one patient trapped. Squad 303 arrived minutes later and assumed rescue operations with Truck 8 (Fullerton). Crews removed the driver side door and roof to extricate the patient, who was packaged and transported to a local trauma center. Crews remained on scene for approximately 30 minutes.