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2024 Incident Dispatches
Month Engine/Rescue Medic Brush/Wildland/UTV/Utility
Jan 36 44 0

2022 Incidents
Month Engine/ Rescue Medic Brush /WLSU /UTV /Utility
Jan 57 43 1
Feb 36 37 4
Mar 41 31 6
Apr 32 35 7
May 39 36 1
Jun 38 44 2
Jul 30 28 0
Aug 56 46 2
Sep 47 44 2
Oct 41 50 2
Nov 35 54 5
Dec 40 39 5
Total 492 487 37

2023 Incidents
Month Engine/ Rescue Medic Brush /WLSU /UTV /Utility
Jan 43 42 1
Feb 32 38 5
Mar 28 29 5
Apr 42 39 10
May 48 41 0
Jun 37 52 0
Jul 41 47 3
Aug 38 49 9
Sep 38 48 3
Oct 39 35 0
Nov 50 38 7
Dec 25 48 2
Total 461 506 45

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We took advantage of the nice weather to work on some mapping items and drafting with the UTV pump from the river.

Aldie Volunteer Fire Department Official, February 03

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No Caption The memorial service for Retired Chief Richard Fiske was held today in Leesburg

Aldie Volunteer Fire Department Official, January 06

Despite the bad weather, there were well over 200 people in attendance. There were many friends, family members, and Loudoun County volunteer fire and rescue agency representatives in attendance.

Richard was an incredible man who always helped whomever he could. He was active in so many things in our community, and his work will be remembered for decades by many generations.

Our thanks to the ... (Full Story & Photos)

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During Calendar Year 2023, Loudoun County and Aldie Volunteer Fire Department-owned units assigned to our fire station were dispatched to incidents 1012 times

Aldie Volunteer Fire Department Official, January 01

Some incidents were as close as our station, and our longest emergency response was 39.6 miles one way to a mountain fire in West Virginia.

Incident counts may be found on our website, www.aldiefire.org

We were on the road a bit for training, traveling all over the state and region. We also hosted our annual UTV training class for public safety personnel in spring, which was attended by personnel ... (Full Story & Photos)

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No Caption We hope everyone has a safe New Year!

Aldie Volunteer Fire Department Official, January 01

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Here are some tips for Christmas Tree Safety

Aldie Volunteer Fire Department Official, December 07

Please have a safe holiday season!... (Full Story & Photos)

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No Caption We are officially lit for the holidays!

Aldie Volunteer Fire Department Official, December 02

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Happy Thanksgiving!

Aldie Volunteer Fire Department Official, November 23

Please stay safe!... (Full Story & Photos)

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1935 National Archives photo of the Aldie Stone Bridge and the garage that became our first fire station.
1935 National Archives photo of the Aldie Stone Bridge and the garage that became our first fire station.

The First Aldie Fire Station

Aldie VFD, November 21

As the new Aldie Fire & Rescue Station is now under construction just west of Gilbert's Corner, we were recently asked about where our first fire station was located.

Our first fire engine was stored at Aldie Garage on the west end of the village. In 1956, we purchased our first fire station, which was an old Esso gas station that sat adjacent to the Aldie Stone Bridge in what is now the front parking ... (Full Story & Photos)

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