Mt. Aetna Volunteer Fire Dept. Welcomes You
The Mt. Aetna Volunteer Fire Department proudly serves Mt. Aetna and surrounding communities in the eastern section of Washington County, MD. Mt. Aetna volunteers operate two frontline engines, a tanker, an EMS first responder vehicle and a command car out of our station located at Crystal Falls Drive and Mt. Aetna Road.
This website is designed to serve as a resource for residents of the community, our members, and fellow fire/rescue/EMS service providers. We invite feedback and suggestions as the website evolves and expands over time.
We encourage you to consider becoming a member of Mt. Aetna Volunteer Fire Department. It’s an exciting and rewarding way to give back to your community. Stop by the fire station at 10305 Crystal Falls Drive and pick up an application today, or download one from the Files section of this site (<-on the left).
THANKS TO ALL MAVFD SUBSCRIBERS
The Mt. Aetna Volunteer Fire Department depends on your contributions to help meet our operational funding needs each year. We welcome donations at any time. But, once a year we ask all residents and businesses in the district to participate in our subscription plan.
A big thank you to all residents, businesses and organizations contributing to our 2012-2013 subscription drive to date. Without your support, your community volunteer fire department would struggle to provide the services you expect.
ALWAYS CALL 9-1-1 IN AN EMERGENCY
Even if you are not a Mt. Aetna VFD subscriber, always call 9-1-1 if you have a fire, accident or medical emergency. We respond to ALL calls for service regardless of your status as a subscriber. In fact, our crews don’t know who subscribes and who doesn’t. So, never hesitate. If you need help – call 9-1-1 and the Mt. Aetna volunteers will respond.
PLEASE SUPPORT YOUR VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPARTMENT
HELP OUR STATION!
The only way we are able to continue assisting you, our community, is through raising funds. These funds are used to pay for the fire engines, the repairs on our equipment, and for building maintenance. We are blessed to be a part of a community that consistently gives back and keeps this station running. Thank you!
Please come out and support your local firefighters!