The Church Hill Volunteer Fire Department is one of nine volunteer fire departments in Queen Anne’s County, Maryland. Station 5, located at 316 Main Street houses nine pieces of apparatus that are staffed by a 100 percent volunteer force, providing Fire, Rescue & Emergency Medical Services. More »

Volunteer Opportunities

Would you like to serve your community and volunteer with the Church Hill Volunteer Fire Department? There are many ways in which you can help.

Interior Work Continues, Bay Doors & Front Ramp

All of the interior framing has been completed. In parts of the station, the duct work, electrical and plumbing are in final stages. The piping for the fire suppression system is also in place. Sheetrock has been going up over the past week and we expect painting to begin in...

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Engine 55

Engine

Tower Ladder 5

Tower Ladder

Engine 52

Squad

Brush 5

Brush

Tyler W. Williams, Fire Chief

Tyler W. Williams

Fire Chief
Brett M. VanZant, President

Brett M. VanZant

President

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Interior Work Continues, Bay Doors & Front Ramp

February 17, 2020

All of the interior framing has been completed. In parts of the station, the duct work, electrical and plumbing are in final stages. The piping for the fire suppression system is also in place. Sheetrock has been going up over the past week and we expect painting to begin in...

Horse Rescue On Walnut Street

February 8, 2020

Engine 52 & Brush 5 alerted on Local Box 0501 for an animal rescue. Crews found a horse with it’s hind legs stuck in a metal gate. Hand tools were utilized to cut away a piece of the gate to free the legs and the horse was quickly reunited with...

One Trapped At Price Station

February 8, 2020

Earlier this afternoon, Rescue Box 0581 was dispatched for a two vehicle MVC with two people reported trapped at Route 301 Southbound and Price Station Road. A QAC Sheriff’s Deputy arrived on scene and confirmed two people trapped in an SUV. Engine 52 & Special Unit 59 stabilized the vehicle,...

Interior Construction Continues

January 9, 2020

The interior of the new fire station is starting to take shape. Rooms are being framed out, electrical is beginning to go in and other mechanical and utility aspects are in progress. We are looking at a mid-March move in date!

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The Church Hill Volunteer Fire Department is one of nine volunteer fire departments in Queen Anne’s County, Maryland. Station 5, located at 316 Main Street houses nine pieces of apparatus that are staffed by a 100 percent volunteer force, providing Fire, Rescue & Emergency Medical Services. More »

Interior Work Continues, Bay Doors & Front Ramp

All of the interior framing has been completed. In parts of the station, the duct work, electrical and plumbing are in final stages. The piping for the fire suppression system is also in place. Sheetrock has been going up over the past week and we expect painting to begin in...

More Construction Updates

Volunteer Opportunities

Would you like to serve your community and volunteer with the Church Hill Volunteer Fire Department? There are many ways in which you can help.

Interior Work Continues, Bay Doors & Front Ramp

February 17, 2020

All of the interior framing has been completed. In parts of the station, the duct work, electrical and plumbing are in final stages. The piping for the fire suppression system is also in place. Sheetrock has been going up over the past week and we expect painting to begin in...

Horse Rescue On Walnut Street

February 8, 2020

Engine 52 & Brush 5 alerted on Local Box 0501 for an animal rescue. Crews found a horse with it’s hind legs stuck in a metal gate. Hand tools were utilized to cut away a piece of the gate to free the legs and the horse was quickly reunited with...

One Trapped At Price Station

February 8, 2020

Earlier this afternoon, Rescue Box 0581 was dispatched for a two vehicle MVC with two people reported trapped at Route 301 Southbound and Price Station Road. A QAC Sheriff’s Deputy arrived on scene and confirmed two people trapped in an SUV. Engine 52 & Special Unit 59 stabilized the vehicle,...

Interior Construction Continues

January 9, 2020

The interior of the new fire station is starting to take shape. Rooms are being framed out, electrical is beginning to go in and other mechanical and utility aspects are in progress. We are looking at a mid-March move in date!

More News
Tyler W. Williams, Fire Chief

Tyler W. Williams

Fire Chief
Brett M. VanZant, President

Brett M. VanZant

President

2019 Total:

Fire Incidents
EMS Incidents

392

424

Engine 55

Engine

Engine 52

Squad

Tower Ladder 5

Tower Ladder

Brush 5

Brush

2019 Total:

Fire Incidents
EMS Incidents

392

424

RSS Recent Alerts