Recent Calls
Fri. Apr 29th 2016
MVC In the Area of 5514 Free Union Rd

At 0542 hours on April 29, 2016, multiple units from the county were dispatched for reports of a commercial structure fire in...

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Wed. Feb 3rd 2016
Buck Mountain Rd & Simmons Gap Rd MVA

Battalion Chief 12, Chief 40, Chief 41, Engine 41, Engine 121, Medic 12, and Squad 133 were dispatched for a single...

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Tue. Feb 2nd 2016
Buck Mountain Rd MVA

Engine 41 and Medic 4 were dispatched for a trauma level MVA, vehicle roll over, with all occupants out. While en route, ECC ...

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Earlysville Volunteer Fire Company
PO Box 104
Earlysville, VA. 22936
Non-Emergency: 434-973-8862
Emergency: 911

WELCOME TO EARLYSVILLE VOLUNTEER FIRE COMPANY


The Earlysville Volunteer Fire Company is a rural/urban interface fire company.  The company covers approximately 100 square miles of northern Albemarle County, Virginia.  Our response area includes the Charlottesville-Albemarle Regional Airport, University of Virginia Research Park, shopping centers, numerous subdivisions, and a large amount of rural Albemarle County.  As a volunteer agency, EVFC is always looking for new members.  If you are interested in joining EVFC, please click here.  Please look around this site to learn more about us.

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News Headlines
Fri. Mar 11th 2016
Station 4 is grateful to have had a house donated by a member of the community which enabled us the rare opportunity to train and burn in a live environment.  We were joined by members from station 2, 6 and 8 to make it a very successful day.
Mon. Feb 22nd 2016
A Western Pro Plus 7.5ft Plow is our latest addition to Car 40 enabling us to be ready for any settling snow that may fall for seasons to come.
Sat. Jan 16th 2016
The Earlysville Volunteer Fire Company hosted our annual holiday dinner for the membership and their families on January 16, 2016. For the past two years we have decided to hold our holiday dinner in January, after the holiday season has passed. This way, our members have more ti...
Tue. Jan 12th 2016
Working on the new EVFC Incident Command Vehicle!?
Fri. Jan 8th 2016
On January 8, 2016 we held our graduation ceremony, in which several EVFC members were in attendance. Special congratulations to our graduates! Beth McNugget & Curtis Rowell completed the NR-EMT course, Jordan Vitt and Peter Turner completed Firefighter I, and Justin Richardson co...
Recent Calls
Fri. Apr 29th 2016
At 0542 hours on April 29, 2016, multiple units from the county were dispatched for reports of a commercial structure fire in Hollymead's first due. While returning from the fire, the crew was dispatched for a head on motor vehicle collision on Free Union Road. Upon arrival, they found a ca...
Wed. Feb 3rd 2016
Battalion Chief 12, Chief 40, Chief 41, Engine 41, Engine 121, Medic 12, and Squad 133 were dispatched for a single vehicle MVA at Buck Mountain Rd and Simmons Gap Rd with entrapment. E41 arrived on scene to find a single vehicle blocking one lane of Buck Mountain Rd, on its roof, with all...
Tue. Feb 2nd 2016
Engine 41 and Medic 4 were dispatched for a trauma level MVA, vehicle roll over, with all occupants out. While en route, ECC updated with a person on scene advising that the vehicle was on fire. Medic 4 added Tanker 121 as a precaution. Medic 4 arrived on scene to find a single vehicle, off the road...
Mon. Jan 4th 2016
Dispatched for a MVA with possible entrapment.  Engine 121 arrived on scene to find a single vehicle MVA with no injuries or hazards.  Engine 45, Engine 121, Medic 12, and Battalion Chief 14 assisted on scene.
Tue. Dec 29th 2015
At approximately 1823 hours on December 29th, Earlysville Fire, Hollymead Fire, and Rescue 1 were dispatched to an MVC with one overturned and on fire.  Initial reports stated there was one person trapped, but that was quickly changed when bystanders helped get the driver out of the vehicle, un...