Volunteer Information Session

The VIS has been temporarily moved to an online meeting due to the ongoing pandemic. Please fill out the Information Request Form to receive an invitation to the meeting or use the email link below to contact our recruitment team.

The next Volunteer Information Session (usually the first Thursday of the month) will be held on Thursday, Nov 5th, at 7:30pm , at Fire Station 18:
46700 Middlefield Drive Sterling VA 20165 ( <- Click for directions)
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For more information click the button below or e-mail membership@sterlingfire.org

Interested in becoming part of our family?

Interested in becoming part of our family?

Come to a Volunteer Information Session!

Follow the link below, or click in the section above, to find out how to fill out an Information Request Form

The Sterling Volunteer Fire Company is always looking for new members to help staff our fire trucks and/or perform administrative functions around the station. No experience necessary and all training is FREE.

The SVFC needs your financial support

The SVFC needs your financial support

The SVFC relies on the the community for financial support. Our biggest fund raiser is our annual mailing in the fall, but we always welcome your financial support at any time. We also hold other fund raising events throughout the year. Find out about those in the Community Events section at the bottom of the page.

Recent news from SVFC:

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October 28th, 9:05 am

Last night at Joe's Pizzaria the crews from Tower & Engine 611 had just sat down for dinner when a call for the engine crew was dispatched. (Big thank you to the staff at Joe’s who took the engine crew’s orders as they rushed out the door.) Much to our surprise, after the engine crew got back from the call, got their hot food, and finished, we found out a local couple had paid for both crews dinner! BIG shoutout to them on National First Responders Day! Thank you!

Thank you to the communities we serve for your support!
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Last night at Joes Pizzaria the crews from Tower & Engine 611 had just sat down for dinner when a call for the engine crew was dispatched. (Big thank you to the staff at Joe’s who took the engine crew’s orders as they rushed out the door.) Much to our surprise, after the engine crew got back from the call, got their hot food, and finished, we found out a local couple had paid for both crews dinner! BIG shoutout to them on National First Responders Day! Thank you!

Thank you to the communities we serve for your support!

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God bless the heros ...thank you for your service

thank you for everything you do! it's appreciated.

Awe so nice!!

October 28th, 8:42 am

The SVFC salutes all of our first responders, the first responders of Loudoun County, and first responders everywhere. Thank you for your service to our communities!Happy National First Responders Day! 2020 has been an especially challenging year so we wanted to thank you for all that you do to keep us safe!

Please remember to show your appreciation to those who risk their own lives in the protection of us all.

#firefighters #emt #hero #firedepartment #nationalfirstresponderday
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The SVFC salutes all of our first responders, the first responders of Loudoun County, and first responders everywhere. Thank you for your service to our communities!

October 27th, 3:07 pm

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There has never been a better time to joinsterlingfire.org

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Jealous. I wish I could move back

October 26th, 10:32 am

Weekend auto accidents

Over the weekend the SVFC ran a series of auto accidents. Photos are from two incidents. On Friday night E611 responded to a single vehicle off the roadway. On Saturday night E611 responded to a motorcycle vs car.
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Thank you for all you do to keep us safe.

October 23rd, 8:13 am

Every year the SVFC does a fund drive mailer. It this unprecedented time we still have financial needs, but we understand that many of those we serve do as well. Sterling residents should receive a postcard from us in the next few days thanking you for their continued support throughout our 50+ years. If you're still able to support us this year rest assured that we'll do our best to make sure your donation helps your friends and neighbors.

To donate directly visit sterlingfire.org/donate

To volunteer your time visit joinsterlingfire.org

You can find a soft copy of the postcard at sterlingfire.org/letter
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Every year the SVFC does a fund drive mailer.  It this unprecedented time we still have financial needs, but we understand that many of those we serve do as well.  Sterling residents should receive a postcard from us in the next few days thanking you for their continued support throughout our 50+ years.  If youre still able to support us this year rest assured that well do our best to make sure your donation helps your friends and neighbors.  

To donate directly visit sterlingfire.org/donate

To volunteer your time visit joinsterlingfire.org

You can find a soft copy of the postcard at sterlingfire.org/letter

October 22nd, 5:22 pm

Auto Accident for Wednesday Crew

Just before the end of a quiet shift at Station 11 (Sterling Park), the volunteers of Engine 611 woke up not to their alarms but to dispatch alerting them to respond to an auto accident. Arriving to find a rear end collision the crew secured the scene and assessed the occupants. While the crew from Sterling Volunteer Rescue Squad's Medic 615 treated the patients the engine crew secured both vehicles and made the scene safe for others to operate, including law enforcement and the tow truck operators.
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Auto Accident for Wednesday Crew

Just before the end of a quiet shift at Station 11 (Sterling Park), the volunteers of Engine 611 woke up not to their alarms but to dispatch alerting them to respond to an auto accident.  Arriving to find a rear end collision the crew secured the scene and assessed the occupants.  While the crew from Sterling Volunteer Rescue Squads Medic 615 treated the patients the engine crew secured both vehicles and made the scene safe for others to operate, including law enforcement and the tow truck operators.Image attachmentImage attachment

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Is the word(s) “tailgating” or “inattentive driving” prominent in your report?

October 19th, 10:34 am

Early Sunday morning Engine and Truck 611, Engine 624, Battalion 601, and Medic 625B (from Sterling Volunteer Rescue Squad) were alerted to assist Fairfax County Fire and Rescue Department with a reported house fire in Herndon. Units operated as part of the first alarm assignment. Canteen 611 responded to the scene to provide refreshment for units as they rotated through rehab. ... See MoreSee Less

Early Sunday morning Engine and Truck 611, Engine 624, Battalion 601, and Medic 625B (from Sterling Volunteer Rescue Squad) were alerted to assist Fairfax County Fire and Rescue Department with a reported house fire in Herndon.  Units operated as part of the first alarm assignment.  Canteen 611 responded to the scene to provide refreshment for units as they rotated through rehab.Image attachmentImage attachment
Sterling Volunteer Fire Company updated their cover photo.
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October 13th, 2:39 pm

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