Prince Frederick

PFVFD Takes Home Award For Best Appearing Brush Truck

On Sunday, May 5, 2019, members from the Prince Frederick Volunteer Fire Department joined other volunteers for the annual Southern Maryland Volunteer Fireman’s Association parade. The event, hosted by the Ridge Volunteer Fire Department, went forward even with the rain. Our department is honored to take home the trophy for Best Appearing Brush Truck.

Tower 2 Operates As First Due Truck On Prince George’s County Fire

On March 18, 2019, Company 2 was alerted to Prince George’s County for a working house fire. Tower 2 responded with a full crew and ultimately operated as the first due truck on the scene. According to Baden Volunteer Fire Department, when they arrived, fire was showing from a house in the 16600 block of […]

PFVFD Brush 2 Officially In Service

On March 14, 2019, at 10:40 a.m. PFVFD’s Brush 2 is officially in service.   Here are the details: 2018 Dodge – 5500 diesel 300 GPM pump 250 gallon tank 250 booster reel 400 ft. / 2.5 supply line EMS Equipment  

Dog Saved From Working Fire In Long Beach

On January 27, 2019, shortly after 10 p.m., Engine 21, Truck 2 and Tanker 2 (with a total of 12, including Chief 2-C Ben Ridgely) responded to a house fire in the 1400 block of Holy Circle. First arriving units to the Long Beach home arrived with a 2-story single family house with smoke showing […]

PFVFD Crews Respond To Working House Fire, Dog Rescued

On January 22, 2019, around 2:45 p.m. Engine 21, Truck 2 and Tanker 2 responded to the working house fire in the 6000 block of Bandit Al Lane in St. Leonard. PFVFD Chief 2-B Willie Gray had command of the incident. Initial crews found a 2-story Cape Cod with heavy fire on the back deck. […]

Engine 21 Responds To Mid-Day Working Vehicle Fire

On January 16, 2018, Engine 21 with a full crew responded to a working truck fire near the gas pumps at the Prince Frederick Shell gas station. The Dodge truck, at route 4 and Dares Beach Road, had heavy flames showing from the engine compartment. The fire was extinguished quickly. There were no injuries.

PFVFD Officers Treat Members To Homemade Breakfast

The officers of PFVFD joined together early Saturday to make breakfast for the membership in appreciation for their hard work. It was a great morning for food, conversation and gathering the members. We thank Lt. Roy Milstead for organizing the breakfast!