Valley Volunteer FD in coordinated efforts with EVERY volunteer fire department in the Marion County region accepted a 2016 SAFER grant award to begin enhance our recruitment and retention efforts. We are very proud of all the departments in our area that have come together to enhance the public safety services that we provide.
The region was hit with heavy rains and flash flooding this past week. Please remember to go around! Do not drive into water!
At Approx 1450 hours on April 25, 2017, WDVFD was alerted for vehicle accident on Prickett's Fort Road with possible entrapment. Rescue 133 Brush 139 and Engine 134 all responded along with help from Valley VFD Rescue 121. Crews arrived on scene with confirmed entrapment. Extraction was conducted and the patient was safely extracted from the vehicle with very minor injuries.. Great Teamwork from all involved. “Neighbors helping Neighbors
Thoughts and prayers go out to our very own Chief Raymond Knight and his family as they go through a very difficult time right now.
Power line fires can cause serious issues during early morning traffic and travel.
There is a national shortage of volunteer firefighters. If you are interested in becoming a volunteer, please let us know!