Frederick County and its elected officials are committed to maintaining a combination Fire and Rescue system, utilizing volunteers and career staff. Frederick County understands that in order to meet the needs of the community, volunteers are essential. At present, Frederick County has over 500 volunteers. Operations would not be possible without their dedication and devotion.
The Frederick County Fire and Rescue System strives for professional excellence. Demonstrating high professional standards is critical to the work that is performed. In addition, we are dedicated to reflecting and respecting cultural diversity throughout the organization.
In summary, the Frederick County Fire and Rescue System has a responsibility to protect life, property and the environment. A commitment has been made to deepen our involvement within the community and fulfill our responsibilities to the best of our abilities.
As a volunteer, you receive satisfaction in helping others. You will gain knowledge, skills and abilities that will last a lifetime! Volunteering for Frederick County Fire and Rescue offers an opportunity to experience one of the most challenging professions in existence! Knowing that YOU can make a difference is paramount!
In order to qualify to become a volunteer, you must be at least 16 years of age and complete a criminal background check.
Your responsibilities as a volunteer include, adhering to standard operating procedures, participating in training and maintaining professionalism.
- Computer support
- Emergency medical technicians
- Financial management
- Grant writers
- Public education
- Vehicle and building maintenance
|Volunteer Point Sheet
|Replacement Vehicle Notifications
|Volunteer License Plate Application
|Driver Background Check
|LODA Benefits Training
|LODA Training Acknowledgement