Recent Calls
Sat. Jun 16th 2012
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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
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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 ...
News Headlines
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
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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
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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
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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
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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...
About Us

             The Department proudly protects over 8000 persons living in our first due area of 91 square miles.  Our first-due area, though predominantly rural, also includes the Town of Louisa, three shopping centers, a length of Interstate 64, an industrial park with five different manufacturers of various plastic products and an airport (Louisa County Airport - Freeman Field - KLKU) large enough to handle small business jets. We provide second and third due response to our neighboring six county fire departments, along with mutual aid agreements with Orange County and Fluvanna County.

              Our firehouses and apparatus have, since the founding of the Department, been paid for with funds raised by the members and from citizens donations. Our current station, built in 1990, houses ENGINE 1and WAGON, Both are 2011 Pierce Velocity Custom Engine's; TRUCK 1, a 1997 Pierce Lance 75' quint; ATTACK 1, a 2000 Pierce/Freightliner 4WD Engine; TANKER 1, a 2002 Pierce/Freightliner 1800 gallon tanker; BRUSH 1, a 2007 GMC Pick-up with a slide-in skid unit; SUPPORT 1, a 1995 Chevrolet Pick-up which also functions as a brush truck; SALVAGE 1, a 1995 Chevrolet Suburban; and CAR 1, a 2008 Chevrolet Tahoe. Additionally the Department has the first fire apparatus that was purchased new, a 1935 Ford Seagrave Pumper.

 


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