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July 4th Parade Applications!

Tuesday, May 19, 2015  Its that time of year to celebrate the birth of the United States! If you plan on entering a vehicle or participating in the parade, please fill out the application as soon as possible. The PVFC and our members look forward to celebrating another birthday with the Purcellville Community !!!




Friends, Neighbors, and Firefighters at the Ice Cream Social

Saturday, June 27, 2015   Though cold and overcast, the kids had a ball. Pssst, and so did the firefighters. 



World Police & Fire Games

Friday, June 26, 2015  MASTER CALENDAR
Competition & Events Calendar All times are Eastern Daylight Time (EDT). Schedule times may change. Please check for updates before traveling to a venue. Daily event ending times are extremely flexible based on the number of...



World Police and Fire Games

Monday, June 22, 2015  The World Police and Fire Games begin this week on Friday, June 26th with Opening Ceremonies at RFK Stadium. The events in Loudoun County begin on Saturday, June 27th with Ice Hockey, Outdoor Soccer and Table Tennis.

Besides those volunteers working the games, we have over 70 participants from Loudoun County participating in the following events:

Golf, Angling Paintball 10K Trail Race Archery, Tennis MTB Race, Ultimate Firefighter Bowling, Archery, Triathlon, Cycling-Hill Climb, Lacrosse, Wrestling, Cross fit, Half Marathon, Open Water Swim, Powerlifting, and Softball.

The public is invited to get out and enjoy the games with your friends and family. Interact with the athletes who are all emergency service personnel from around the world. Cheer on our local athletes and you will see some world class sporting events.

Visit World Police and Fire Games | Fairfax 2015 | Home - Fairfax 2015 for complete information about the 2015 World Police and Fire Games.



Satisfactory Preliminary Audit

Thursday, June 18, 2015  The Purcellville Volunteer Fire Company has just received the draft report from Loudoun County’s auditors. The review is being conducted by an external entity, who's preliminary results suggest that the Company is in compliance with best practices.  All volunteer companies will be similarly audited over the next three years, five companies at a time.  Purcellville Fire volunteered to be in the first five reviewed.



Volunteer Firefighters Recognized

Wednesday, June 17, 2015  Did you know that as a Purcellville Volunteer Firefighter, like 19 of our best just did, you could be recognized financially by Loudoun County??
Recently, the below listed members received a nominal gift card from grants provided by FEMA, specifically the Staffing for Adequate Fire and Emergency Response (SAFER) program. They provided about 10 hours a week service for the past six months. That’s more than 250 hours from each member protecting our community.
Other tangible benefits of being a member include:

  • Vehicle tax break (annual requirements must be met)
  • Paid county decal (annual requirements must be met)
  • Scholarships/Tuition reimbursement
  • County retirement program (annual requirements must be met)
  • Discounts at participating businesses
Those recognized were:
Alex Bennett
David Delmonte
Scott Maple
Brad Quin
Josh Cassada-Maple
Bob Dryden
Graeme Nelson
Scott Radcliffe
Buddy Colby
Ed Jackson
Michael O'Brien
Rick Reaves
David Colby
Chris Kermode
Christian Perdue
Kevin Wills
Thomas Comer
Robert Lee
Scott Perdue
If you are interested or have questions, please click in the Join Us tab



Sundaes on Saturdays is Back!

Friday, June 12, 2015  The Purcellville Volunteer Fire company completed its 2015 Ride the Fire Truck to School event this week.  Two lucky families got to ride to their schools in one of the Company’s trucks.

Earlier this spring the Ackerman bothers, Carl and Peter, rode to Emerick Elementary where they both attend.  Most recently the Roth family had their opportunity.  Davis Roth  got his ride to Round Hill Elementary while his older sister, Charlotte, was taken to Mountain View Elementary where she is student.

Company president Brad Quin was their driver and said that this event is really very popular and lots of fun for all involved.

Raffle tickets for next year’s rides can be filled out at the station on the Sundaes on Saturday events and at the fall Open House.

Sundaes on Saturdays are the last Saturday of each month: Here are the dates:




Sundaes on Saturdays goes from 6pm to 8pm.



Downtown Leesburg Fire Brings 2nd Alarm

Saturday, June 6, 2015  The Purcellville Volutneer Fire Company responded to a 2nd alarm fire in downtown Leesburg which saw dozens of firefighters along with several stations from the east and west ends of the county to battle an apartment fire in downtown Leesburg. First arriving units encountered many pedestrians and the Leesburg Car show upon arrival.  Tower 602 along with other crews worked to knock out the fire while figherfighters from other departments worked to prevent the fire from engulfing other businesses and buildings. 

Please visit the following pages for video and additional information

Leesburg 2nd Alarm Fire

Leesbug Fire from Leesburg Today



Barn Fire In Lincoln

Wednesday, June 3, 2015  Late last evening the Purcellville FD responded to a 2nd due box alarm with reports of a barn fully evolved. Dire departments from Philomont, Purcellville, Hamilton, Leesburg, Round Hill and Lovettsville all responded with man power. Crews worked deep into the night to make sure the fire was put out and no other structures or areas were put in harms way



60 to 60 Ruck

Thursday, May 28, 2015   The Purcellville Volunteer Fire Company hosted the "60 to 60 Ruck to Remember" on Saturday, May 23 over the Memorial Day weekend.  This event is a fundraiser to support wounded veterans and is sponsored by the group ‘Ruck to Remember.’  Each hiker must pledge to raise $500 in donations all of which goes to the selected charity: this year Operation Enduring Warrior.  There were 85 hikers this year covering the 60 miles from Harper's Ferry to Section 60 at Arlington National Cemetery.  By my count the group raised over $42,000!  

Our part in this was to host them on their first of three nights by providing a place to sleep under the stars and access to restrooms.  I was pleased that we could easily accommodate this request and the event went off flawlessly – well, the hikers arrived at 9:30 PM instead of 7:30 PM, but no less enthusiastically!  The hiked in and passed under our huge American flag deployed by our Tower Ladder.



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