The Hampstead Volunteer Fire Engine & Hose Company No. 1 is dedicated to protecting and preserving the lives, property, and environment of the citizens and visitors of the communities to which we serve. We will achieve this by providing the highest levels of fire suppression, rescue services, and emergency medical care through continual training, public education, and emergency response.
A member of the Hampstead Volunteer Fire Company recently had the opportunity to attend an advanced training course on crude oil shipments by railway at the Security and Emergency Response Training Center in Pueblo, CO. The course was a 3 day training session dealing with all aspects of rail shipments containing crude oil. During the course, instructors provided a history of crude oil, the hazards ... (Full Story & Photos)
Hampstead Volunteer Fire Company is proud to announce a special edition, sequential numbered, challenge coin for sale to its members and the public. The coins will be on sale nightly at our annual carnival August 15th through August 20th. Please see the guidelines below:
HVFC Challenge Coin Purchase Guidelines:
The Hampstead VFC is offering a special edition, sequential numbered, challenge coin ... (Full Story & Photos)
With great pride, we are very pleased to announce that Brittany Ruby and Kerrigan Spenner received honorable mention recognition at the Maryland State Firemen’s Association’s (MSFA) 124th annual convention this week in Ocean City, MD. Brittany's title is Maryland Fire Chiefs Association (MFCA) Miss Fire Prevention 1st Runner-Up while Kerrigan’s title is MSFA Junior Miss Fire Prevention for North ... (Full Story & Photos)
The officers and members of the Hampstead Volunteer Fire Company (HVFC) congratulate member Mark Bilger who was elected to the office of First Vice President of the Maryland State Firemen’s Association (MSFA) at their 124th annual convention this week in Ocean City, MD. Mark, who has been a valued member of HVFC for over 20 years, has tirelessly helped the fire company and the Town of Hampstead. ... (Full Story & Photos)
On Friday evening Truck 2 was alerted for Box 3-20 for the apartment fire with rescue as part of the first alarm of the fire. Engine 23 was alerted on the 2nd alarm. Truck 2responded with a full crew and arrived while the structure was still well involved with fire. Truck 2 set up its aerial on the Delta side of the structure while its crew split and was assigned different tasks. Part of the truck's ... (Full Story & Photos)
Around eight o'clock Thursday evening units from Hampstead and Manchester were dispatched to assist with an aircraft emergency landing. Truck 2 responded and soon after Engine 23 as well but was put in service shortly after by Baltimore County Units already on the scene. Truck 2 arrived to find units from the Arcadia and Boring Vol. Fire Departments already on scene and a small Single Engine Cessna ... (Full Story & Photos)
Crews were sent to Reese's area for a reported house on fire on Green Mill Road. Units arrived to find a 1 story house with fire showing. Hampstead's crews arrived and assisted with the initial interior attack of the fire. Additional crews worked to extinguish a brush and tree fire to the rear of the house. ... (Full Story & Photos)
On Saturday, the Easter Bunny was in the house to visit with the children of Hampstead at the annual Breakfast with the Easter Bunny hosted by the Junior Fire Company. After a delicious breakfast, the egg hunt was held in the grassy area next to the firehouse. With over 5000 surprise-filled eggs spread throughout the field, there were plenty of opportunities for everyone to “find” a bunch of eggs. ... (Full Story & Photos)
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