WELCOME TO THE
POWHATAN COUNTY FIRE
AND RESCUE DEPARTMENT
We proudly provide fire and rescue services to our citizens through an almost completely volunteer system. We staff five stations and one rescue squad and are always looking for more people to help serve the community.
If you have a desire to serve your community and provide an important and valuable service to Powhatan County, then visit our application page.
CITIZENS WE SERVICE
SQUARE MILES OCCUPIED
Brick House Diner will host a spaghetti dinner fundraising event on August 27th, 2017 from 4 p.m. until 6 p.m. to benefit Blackhawk Gym in honor of State Police Special Agent Michael Walter. Take out orders are available. All donations will go to Blackhawk Gym. Cash...read more
We are pleased to announce our new website! Feel free to look around for more information on our volunteer programs. If you have any questions, please call 804-598-5646read more
Be fire smart
Test alarms monthly and change batteries twice a year. Make sure alarms are outside of every bedroom and on every floor of your home. All smoke detectors should be linked – when one goes off, they all should sound.
FIRE ESCAPE PLAN
If your alarm sounds, exit your home as quickly as possible. Once you’re out, stay out and call 911 immediately. If you or a family member can’t escape, close the door of the room you’re in and wait for firefighters to preform the rescue.
Plan ahead with your family! Walk through your home, identify and label at least two fire escape routes per room. This is a great way to get children involved in fire safety in a non-threatening way.