Recent Calls
Sat. Jun 16th 2012
Around 0330hrs Engine7-1 and Wagon1, along with Medic7, Medic1 and Rescue1-7 was summoned to Interstate 64 West bound in the area of the 140 mile marker for a reported Auto Accident. Early reports we...
Thu. Jan 26th 2012
A little after 8pm Engine Companies 1,2,6, Medic1 and HR4 were dispatched to 806 Bannister Town Rd for the Residential Structure Fire. Chief6 was the first to arrive assuming command and reporting a r...
Mon. Jan 23rd 2012
On Jan 23rd Engine Companies 1 & 7, Medic1 were summoned to the 1600 block of Byrd Mill Rd for the MVC, upon Wagon1's arrival they found a single vehicle on its side, with 1 female patient trapped...
Tue. Nov 29th 2011
Around 1830hrs Engine Co1 was dispatched along with several medic units to the 5700 block of W Old Mountain Rd just off of State Rt 208 for the reported veh crash involving a dirtbike. Upon arrival Me...
Wed. Nov 16th 2011
On Wednesday night at 2115hrs fire units were dispatched to the old carterfields building in the town of louisa for the commercial structure fire. Attack1 arrived shortly after reporting a small fire ...
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Fri. Dec 14th 2018
At our December business meeting the department held our annual elections electing the 2019 line officers of the Louisa Volunteer Fire Department. Below are our 2019 officers!Fire Chief: R. Whitlock1...
Sat. Apr 25th 2015
For 72 years the Louisa Volunteer Fire Department has been in the business of creating long lasting memories for many families in our area. Since 2011, new state laws prohibited us from launching fire...
Tue. Oct 29th 2013
LCFEMS Personnel took Truck 1 to Moss-Nuckols Elementary School to speak to kindergarten classes about our job and the importance of fire safety. We discussed smoke alarms, how to evacuate a smoke fil...
Sun. May 6th 2012
Kents Store Volunteer Fire Dept in Fluvanna Co, played host of a 16hr-Basic Pump Operations Training Class this past weekend. The classroom portion was held at the New Kents Store Firehouse with the p...
Sat. Jan 21st 2012
On Saturday Jan 21st, Chief1 gave the final go ahead for personnel to start utilizing the new unit. It is now fully equipped as an Engine for all types of fires and will also carry back-up Vehicle Ext...

The Louisa Volunteer Fire Department was organized in 1924. The Department is a non-profit organization providing the Town of Louisa and the County of Louisa with needed volunteer firefighting personnel, assets and resources. Company One is a combination department working alongside professional firefighting and ems personnel provided by Louisa County Department of  Emergency Services. Together we provide firefighting and emergency support services.  We operate out of one station that is located in the center of a mixed urban/suburban/rural area. Whether it is fighting fires, providing emergency services, or simply helping the community when a disaster strikes, Company One is ready.




Are you interested in helping your community? The Louisa Volunteer Fire Dept is looking for new members! Maybe you want to become a Firefighter or you would just like to assist with fundraisers? If so we need you! Prior firefighting experience is a plus but not necessary. Louisa Volunteer Fire Department is proud to provide its members with the most advanced apparatus, equipment and gear in the industry. Louisa County Fire and EMS provides volunteers with FREE TRAINING! Online Applications are located in the file library and can be emailed to along with any other questions regarding membership.


Firefighting is very demanding work,but comes with many rewards. At any second of the day Louisa Fire could be called upon for:

  • Structure fires
  • Animal rescues
  • Brush fires
  • Car fires
  • Gas leaks
  • Hazardous material spills
  • Medical Helicopter Landing Zones
  • Vehicle Accidents
  • And much more!





Photos and narratives shown on these pages may be disturbing. In many of these incidents, the outcomes are not good. People may have been injured and in some instances, killed. Those involved as well as there friends and families could be dealing with the outcomes of these incidents on a daily basis. Our thoughts and prayers go out to the victims and anyone else who may be affected by the incidents. The photos and narratives provided are similar to a newspaper account, for educational and informational purposes only! It is our hope that through this information that we may prevent an incident, or assist fire/ems personnel with preparing for an incident alike. All information shared on this website is the property of Louisa Volunteer Fire Department and shall not be duplicated.



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