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Open House held the 1st Wednesday of every month at 7:00pm in Fire Rescue Station 1 located at 7200 Courthouse Common Blvd, Spotsylvania.  Call 540-548-HERO for additional information.

 

WELCOME FROM CHIEF RICHTER

It is with great pride that I welcome you to the official website of the Chancellor Volunteer Fire and Rescue Department.  It is my hope that you, our community, get a chance to see the best of the Spotsylvania County Fire and Rescue Service through the eyes of our 145 dedicated volunteers.  Throughout the past 60 years these men and women have given so unselfishly for their neighbors in our community and are always ready to serve.  For this they remain one of the best fire and rescue organizations in the state.

The Chancellor Volunteer Fire and Rescue Department provides fire and rescue protection for over 40 square miles encompassing the Route 3 corridor as well as the Five Mile Fork and Chancellorsville Battlefield areas, Salem Fields, Holleybrooke, Smoke Tree and The Timbers.  We operate one fire house and two rescue stations.  Last year we responded to an average of 4,500 calls.

We are always looking for men and women who want to make a difference in the community by volunteering.  Chancellor Volunteer Fire Department will provide all the equipment and training necessary.  For more information go to the recruitment icon and follow the steps or call 540-548-HERO.

We hope you enjoy our website and get a better picture of us, your community, and what you can do to keep your family safe. On behalf of Assistant Chiefs Fred, Bob, Tony, Charlie and Kevin, as well as the proud men and women of this department, I thank you for visiting our website and hope you will visit again soon.

Thank you,

John "JR" Richter

Chief



News Headlines
Sun. Apr 19th 2015
William Russell “Bill” Marrs, 50, a native of Spotsylvania County passed away after a battle with cancer on April 16, 2015.Bill was a retired Captain of Naval District Washington-Dahlgren Division.  He was a HAZMAT and extrication expert.  Along with his official duties, Bill e...
Sun. Mar 29th 2015
Remember, when you are on any roadway you must wear your reflected vest and helmet.http://www.everyonegoeshome.com/2015/03/23/roadway-safety/ 
Wed. Jan 1st 2014
The following policy was effective January 1, 2012.  It remains in effect.To follow the fiscal directives of Spotsylvania County and to best serve our members, training reimbursements are handled as outlined below. Questions may be directed to CVFR Treasurer Hollie Williams or to CVFR'...
Tue. Jan 17th 2012
Any person/group wishing to donate to CVFR may do so by mailing a check or money order payable to Chancellor Volunteer Fire and Rescue to the address below. If your donation is in honor/memory of a specific individual or group of individuals please annotate such on the check...
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Please visit the following webpage for membership information:

Recruitment

 

If you have have any questions, please contact 

Membership Committee 
Email:
     membership@cvfr.net

Child Safety Seats

Citizens seeking assistance with the installation of a child safety seat or the inspection of a seat that is already installed should contact the Spotsylvania Sheriff's Office.

(540) 582-7115,  Monday - Friday, between the hours of 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

Infectious Control

Meredith A. Howdyshell

Infectious Control Officer

 

Work Phone: 703-907-0220

 

Home Phone:540 785-4203

 

Cell Phone: 540 842-5656

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Chancellor Volunteer Fire and Rescue
P.O. Box 41100
Fredericksburg, VA 22404
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