Prince Frederick

About the PFVFD

Protecting & Serving Since 1926

The official Prince Frederick area covers 20 square miles with a population of 14,000. It runs from the Patuxent River on the west to the Chesapeake Bay on the east, also from Huntingtown’s first due area on the north to St. Leonard’s first due area on the south. PFVFD currently has 59 active riding members, many of whom are Emergency Medical Technicians or Paramedics. The department responds to more than 1400 incidents every single year.

Mission Statement

The primary mission of the Prince Frederick Volunteer Fire Department Company 2 is to provide a variety of services designed to protect the lives and property of our community we so proudly serve by providing prompt and professional services in the event of fire, rescue, medical emergencies, disasters, or any other event that may threaten the public welfare.

Main Objectives

  • Fire suppression
  • Hazardous material incident
  • Rescue operations
  • Disaster mitigation
  • Emergency medical services
  • Public fire prevention/safety
  • Public code enforcement/investigation
  • Firefighter health and safety
  • Firefighter training
The Prince Frederick VFD was formed in 1926 and has been providing continuous support to the greater Prince Frederick community for over 90 years. Click here to read about our start and what has led us to where we are today.

Willie Gray

Fire Chief

Pat Hassler