Rappahannock County Volunteer Fire and Rescue Association would remind everyone to be careful driving to your destination and remember 9-1-1 works everywhere so if you need help just make the call.
Welcome to Rappahannock County Fire and Rescue Association Website.
If you are in Rappahannock County or just over the line into Culpeper, Madison, Page or Warren County and and would like to volunteer to help the All Volunteer Fire and Rescue Companies with all they do for the Community. Please contact us for an application from the appropriate department.
The Rappahannock County Volunteer Fire and Rescue Association Meetings will be at 730 pm on the third Friday of every month with the following meeting locations (which rotate in company order):
January TBD - Chiefs Meeting for Bill Submission TBD Location
January 2020 -Amissville Co 3, 14711 Lee Highway, Amissville, VA
February 2020 -Flint Hill Co 4, 945 Fodderstack Road, Flint Hill Va
March 2020 - Castleton Co 5 593 Castleton View Road, Castleton, VA
April 2020 - Sperryville Rescue Co 7, 12 Main Street Sperryville, VA
May 2020 - Chester Gap, Co 9, 42 Waterfall Road, Chester Gap, VA
June 2020 -Washington Co 1, 10 Firehouse Lane, Washington, VA
July 2020 -Sperryville Fire Co 2, 11871 Lee Highway, Sperryville, VA
August 2020 -Amissville Co 3, 14711 Lee Highway, Amissville, VA
September 2020 -Washington Co. 1, 10 Firehouse Lane, Washington, VA
October 2020 - Sperryville Fire Co 2, 11871 Lee Highway, Sperryville, VA
November 2020 - Amissville Co 3, 14711 Lee Highway, Amissville, VA
December 2020 - Chester Gap, Co 9, 42 Waterfall Road, Chester Gap, VA
Any changes due to Holidays will be posted in advance of the meeting unless cancelled by weather related events. The Meeting Notice will also be posted on the County Admin Board, Office of the Clerk and Chief Administrative Office.
As Fire and EMS providers we are painfully aware of the suffering from Mesothelioma. Many of our Rappahannock County homes built prior to 1980 have a high likely hood of containing many asbestos material and those from 1980-1990 have some items containing asbestos. After 1990, The rules regarding Asbestos changed for the better. If you come in contact Asbestos-containing-materials, do not attempt to move it. Leave it undisturbed and contact an EPA-Certified asbestos professional to test and remove the material. To find out more follow the following link to start your search for help or assistance. http://www.mesotheliomagroup.com/firefighters/
The following new Officers were elected December 20, 2019 for 2020
President Harold Beebout; email@example.com
Vice President Todd Brown
Secretary and FOIA Officer Art Candenquest; firstname.lastname@example.org
Treasurer Ann Spieker
Directors Brian Wharton (1 yr)
Sherri Huff (3 yr)
Riche Burke (2 Yr)
Assistance to Firefighter Grants