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.
April 18-24 we will celebrate National Volunteer Week by having a special event hosted by our Fire & Rescue companies throughout the county. Starting at 11:00AM, firefighters and EMTs will conduct a series of live demonstrations at select fire and rescue stations. All demonstrations will be broadcast live via Facebook.
10:30AM Live Streamed from Conicville Fire Department
12:30PM Live Streamed from SCFR Training Grounds
2:30PM Live Streamed from Toms Brook Fire Department
You can also register by emailing Shannon at firstname.lastname@example.org
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.
Emergency? Call 911!
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Bill Streett Jr
Deputy Chief, Operations
Deputy Chief, Training