Mount Savage Fire Department Sign

Mt Savage Fire Department Outdoor LED Sign

The Mount Savage Fire Department Sign is located in Mount Savage, Maryland

The Mount Savage Volunteer Fire Department (MSVFD), located at 15701 Iron Rail Street in Mount Savage, Maryland, was established on September 8, 1896, by workers from the C&P Railroad. Incorporated in October of the same year, the MSVFD is dedicated to providing high-quality emergency services, including fire protection and emergency medical services (EMS), to the residents of Mount Savage and surrounding communities.

Key Aspects:

  1. Services and Operations:
    • Firefighting: The department responds to approximately 200 fire-related calls annually, handling a variety of emergencies such as residential and commercial fires, motor vehicle accidents, and more. They also provide mutual aid to neighboring communities like Frostburg, Lavale, and Wellersburg.
    • EMS: MSVFD operates a mixed staffing model for EMS services. They have paid providers during weekdays and volunteer crews during weeknights and weekends. The department handles about 200-300 EMS calls each year, covering areas including Mount Savage, Barrelville, and parts of Wellersburg, PA.
  2. Training and Certification:
    • Members receive formal training through the Maryland Fire and Rescue Institute (MFRI), with certifications available in various areas such as Firefighter I and II, Emergency Vehicle Operator Course (EVOC), and EMT. Special operations training includes hazardous materials handling and high-angle rescue, among others.
  3. Community Involvement:
    • The department hosts various fundraising activities, including monthly steak dinners and an annual cash bash, to support its operations and community outreach efforts. They also organize events like Santa riding on the firetruck during Christmas Eve.
  4. Membership and Volunteering:
    • MSVFD actively encourages community members to volunteer, offering roles in firefighting, EMS, and administrative support. They also run a junior firefighter program to engage younger members of the community.
  5. Contact and Additional Information:
    • For more information, potential volunteers or community members can visit their official website or contact them via email at The department is always looking for dedicated individuals to join their team and help serve the community.

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