The Shenandoah County Department of Fire and Rescue is committed to providing a safe community, protecting the life, property and welfare of residents and visitors to our County.
We accomplish this by delivering quality emergency services to our community. In meeting this objective, we demand of ourselves the highest professional standards and dedication to our Core Values.
Please be advised that SCFR is open for walk-in business. COVID-19 guidelines will be followed. It is highly encouraged that all visitors wear a cloth face covering or mask and maintain the social distancing standard of 6 feet apart while waiting for assistance and traveling throughout the building.
Thank you all for your patience and observance to the CDC guidance.
We appreciate you.
Shenandoah County Declares Local Emergency in response to COVID-19
For FAQs that answers questions about essential services and activity that can and cannot continue under the Executive Order please click below
To read the complete Executive Order 55 Stay at Home Order click below
5/4/2020 Governor Northam’s Three Phase Plan to reopening Virginia
COVID Facts from Lord Fairfax Health District
What to do if you were exposed to someone with confirmed coronavirus disease (COVID-19)?
¿Qué debe hacer si ha estado expuesto a alguien con la enfermedad coronavirus confirmado (COVID-19)?
5/26/2020 Executive Order 63 – Face Covering Requirement and Workplace Safety Regulations
6/2/2020 EO-65-Phase-Two – Entering into Phase II Friday, June 5
NEW IN 2020! CPR CLASSES FOR THE PUBLIC – POSTPONED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE
Emergency? Call 911!
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Bill Streett Jr
Deputy Chief, Operations
Deputy Chief, Training