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Minimum Training Requirements.

All approved applicants will be required to enroll in the next available EMT (Emergency Medical Technician) class at the Montgomery County Public Safety Training Academy. Please contact recruiter@kvfd.org if you required more information.

Phone: ( 301 ) 929-8000
(For emergencies dial 911)

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Weather looks 👀 perfect for Movie Night tomorrow night!

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Weather looks 👀 perfect for Movie Night tomorrow night!  Who’s coming? Can’t wait to see everyone!

DID YOU KNOW?

One of our Deputy Fire Chiefs, Tom Jones, retired as a Fire Marshal at Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority in 2016 after 32 years of service.

He regularly offers trainings utilizing his 3+ decades of experience, including teaching Metro safety at this weekend’s Rockville Volunteer Fire Department, Inc. EMS training that we participated in.

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DID YOU KNOW?  One of our Deputy Fire Chiefs, Tom Jones, retired as a Fire Marshal at Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority in 2016 after 32 years of service.  He regularly offers trainings utilizing his 3+ decades of experience, including teaching Metro safety at this weekend’s Rockville Volunteer Fire Department, Inc. EMS training that we participated in.  Don’t touch the third rail!Image attachmentImage attachment

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Honor to have worked for him

🖤❤️🖤❤️💙

It was a great weekend of training, thank you!!!!!!

He’s awesome

Hulkster ? 😂

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Mission Statement

The mission of KVFD is to serve the community with the highest quality fire suppression, emergency medical and rescue response, community education, fire prevention, and to train, support, equip and protect volunteers to perform these services professionally and with an e ‘spirit d’ corps.

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Active Members

Active members participate directly in fire and rescue operations, including incident response and operation of apparatus and equipment. Men and women, ages 16 or older, that are in good physical condition and have the desire to participate in this capacity are eligible for active membership. Applicants under the age of 18 require parental consent. Once minimum training requirements have been met, an individual may continue to increase his/her level of participation by obtaining additional training through county and state programs. Members must serve one year of probation before receiving full “active” membership status.

Minimum Training Requirements

All approved applicants will be required to enroll in the next available EMT (Emergency Medical Technician) class at the Montgomery County Public Safety Training Academy. This is an entry level training program certified by the State of Maryland. It is 130 class hours and all volunteers in Montgomery County – including firefighters – are required to complete this class. Several classes are usually run simultaneously but on different schedules to accommodate students’ needs. In addition, you will need to complete a 40-hour orientation program taught in each station.

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Please contact recruiter@kvfd.org if you have further questions or require more information.

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Station 5 – Old Town

Kensington Station 5 is located at 10620 Connecticut Avenue, on the corner with Plyers Mill Road, in Old Town Kensington.

Station 18 – Glenmont

Kensington Station 18 is at the corner of Georgia Avenue and Mason Street in the heart of the Glenmont community

Station 21 – The Village

Kensington Station 21 is located on the corner of Viers Mill and Gaynor Roads on the southern border of the Aspen Hill community.

Station 25 – Aspen Hill

Kensington Station 25 is located at Connecticut Avenue and Bel Pre Road in the heart of the Aspen Hill community.

Remembering Sergeant John Carter

On the early morning hours of October 24th, 1997, box alarm 872 was transmitted for the building on fire at 4th and Kennedy Streets, N.W. in Washington, D.C.’s Fourth Battalion. First arriving units reported a liquor store with smoke showing. Sergeant John M. Carter of the 1st Battalion was assigned to Engine Company 14 during this incident. While operating on this box alarm, Sergeant Carter unfortunately perished.

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