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HVFD Open House
September 22nd, 2019
Station 24 - 13216 New Hampshire Ave
National Night Out 2019
Members from the Hillandale Volunteer Fire Department (HVFD) participated in a National Night Out activities. The event was hosted at the Hillandale Swim Club. Volunteer ambulance crews from fire station 24 brought ambulance 724 and the new ambulance 724 (not yet in service) to the pool for a display. An HVFD Life member drove the REO Engine for the community to see our historical fire truck.
Montgomery County Police Officers from the Silver Spring Station joined the party with patrol cars and motorcycles. Each member of the community was provided access to the inside of all the vehicles and a chance to interact with community first responders. Click here to see pictures →
Volunteer with Us!
Volunteering as an EMT/Firefighter is an incredibly gratifying and rewarding experience. It's an opportunity to serve your community and provide lifesaving services to those in need.
A724 “Best Appearing Ambulance” at MAVFC Annual Fireman's Parade
Congratulations to the Hillandale Ambulance committee for winning “Best Appearing Ambulance at the 2019 Mount Airy Fireman’s Parade. Read More →
Shop on Amazon, Support HVFD!
You already shop on Amazon, but did you know that Amazon will donate .5% of your purchase to HVFD? Your purchases will be the same prices so there is no cost to you, only benefit to HVFD. Read More →
New Ambulance 724
HVFD has purchased a brand new ambulance to serve the Hillandale, Colesville, and surrounding communities. Ambulance 724 is in the final stages of being completed and certified. Station 24 will be the home of this new ambulance expected to be in service by the fall of 2019. Click here to see pictures →
UTV712 Now In Service
The Hillandale Volunteer Fire Department added a new piece of apparatus to serve the community. Utility Task Vehicle 712 (UTV712) is an off road vehicle used for rescue missions that are not accessible by normal apparatus. UTV712 is ideal for EMS support and transport at parks, trails, and events. Click here to see pictures →
Rescue The REO
The Hillandale Volunteer Fire Department is proud to announce the return of our long-lost 1950 Ransom Eli Oldsmobile (REO) fire truck! Your help is needed to assist us with the financial support to renovate the REO.
Limited Edition 1950 REO Challenge Coins
To celebrate the restoration of our 1950 REO fire truck, HVFD is giving away a limited number of 1950 REO Challenge Coins.
HVFD started its service to Hillandale and its surrounding communities with a 1929 International truck that was donated by the Silver Spring Volunteer Fire Department and a 1931 Brockway fire engine. The initial firehouse was a barn loaned by the Rector of the Queen of Apostles Seminary.