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.

Painting, Trim Work & HVAC

There’s been several small setbacks, but work is still progressing on the new fire station. Interior rooms have been painted, the propane tanks have been buried and most of the concrete has been poured, with the remaining portions scheduled to be completed soon. The grid ceilings in the administration section...

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Engine 55

Engine

Tower Ladder 5 - 1989 Mack Baker / Aerialscope

Tower Ladder

Engine 52

Squad

Engine Tanker

Tyler W. Williams, Fire Chief

Tyler W. Williams

Fire Chief
Brett M. VanZant, President

Brett M. VanZant

President

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Fuel Truck Rollover on Goldsboro Road

March 24, 2020

At 2028 hours, Rescue Local 0503 was dispatched for a motor vehicle crash involving a commercial vehicle. Engine 52, Engine 55, Special unit 59 responded on the run, as well as Rescue 6 who was staffed in quarters. Units arrived to find a diesel fuel truck which had rolled over...

Vehicle Fire On Price Station Road

March 22, 2020

At 1318 hours, Companies 5 & 4 were alerted on Still Box 0502 for a vehicle fire with exposure to a residence at 1216 Price Station Road, just east of Route 301. Engine Tanker 5 and Engine 55 arrived to find a pickup truck in the driveway well involved with...

Small Fire In A Residence On John Powell Road

March 22, 2020

Company 5, with other first alarm companies responded on box 0507 early this morning for a reported chimney fire with extension into the attic, in the 300 block of John Powell Road. Chief 7 arrived, finding a single story residence with light smoke showing from the roofline. One occupant was...

Painting, Trim Work & HVAC

March 17, 2020

There’s been several small setbacks, but work is still progressing on the new fire station. Interior rooms have been painted, the propane tanks have been buried and most of the concrete has been poured, with the remaining portions scheduled to be completed soon. The grid ceilings in the administration section...

More News

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 »

Painting, Trim Work & HVAC

There’s been several small setbacks, but work is still progressing on the new fire station. Interior rooms have been painted, the propane tanks have been buried and most of the concrete has been poured, with the remaining portions scheduled to be completed soon. The grid ceilings in the administration section...

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.

Fuel Truck Rollover on Goldsboro Road

March 24, 2020

At 2028 hours, Rescue Local 0503 was dispatched for a motor vehicle crash involving a commercial vehicle. Engine 52, Engine 55, Special unit 59 responded on the run, as well as Rescue 6 who was staffed in quarters. Units arrived to find a diesel fuel truck which had rolled over...

Vehicle Fire On Price Station Road

March 22, 2020

At 1318 hours, Companies 5 & 4 were alerted on Still Box 0502 for a vehicle fire with exposure to a residence at 1216 Price Station Road, just east of Route 301. Engine Tanker 5 and Engine 55 arrived to find a pickup truck in the driveway well involved with...

Small Fire In A Residence On John Powell Road

March 22, 2020

Company 5, with other first alarm companies responded on box 0507 early this morning for a reported chimney fire with extension into the attic, in the 300 block of John Powell Road. Chief 7 arrived, finding a single story residence with light smoke showing from the roofline. One occupant was...

Painting, Trim Work & HVAC

March 17, 2020

There’s been several small setbacks, but work is still progressing on the new fire station. Interior rooms have been painted, the propane tanks have been buried and most of the concrete has been poured, with the remaining portions scheduled to be completed soon. The grid ceilings in the administration section...

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

Squad

Engine Tanker

Tower Ladder 5 - 1989 Mack Baker / Aerialscope

Tower Ladder

2019 Total:

Fire Incidents
EMS Incidents

392

424

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