Prince William County Department of Fire and Rescue
|Annual budget||$128.4 millions (FY17)|
|Fire chief||Kevin McGee|
|EMS level||ALS and BLS|
|Facilities and equipment|
Prince William County Department of Fire and Rescue, established in 1966, is the 2nd largest career fire department in the Commonwealth of Virginia. The department serves Prince William County, which is part of the Washington Metropolitan Area. The County encompasses a total area of 348 square miles (900 km2) and includes within its boundaries the independent cities of Manassas and Manassas Park. It also includes four incorporated towns, Dumfries, Haymarket, Quantico and Occoquan. The current population of Prince William County is 402,002 (as of 2010 census).
The Department of Fire and Rescue has three main sections to provide service to the Prince William County. These sections are Community Safety, Operations, and Systems Support.
The Community Safety section's primary responsibility is to reduce hazards that contribute to the cause and spread of fire. This area of responsibility is demonstrated through code enforcement, fire and explosion investigations, fire protection system and plan reviews, community fire and life safety education and emergency management.
The Operations section of the department is responsible for response to fire, emergency medical, hazardous materials and citizen assist calls. This section is also responsible for basic and advanced pre-hospital emergency medical care, fire hazardous materials incident mitigation and health and safety services for department members.
The Department's Systems Support section is an internal customer service provider. The Systems Support section manages department programs and activities from "behind the scenes". This section includes human resources, training, administrative support, budgeting and accounting, planning and analysis, information technology, logistical support and communications. Both uniform and non-uniform members staff this section, providing an eclectic mix of internal services to the department and its members.
Prince William County Fire Stations
Notice the Battalion Chiefs listed are for career hours (0600-1800 Mon-Fri) after 1800 they change to the volunteer battalion numbers. PWC Battalion 591 is a 24-hour staffed career Battalion Chief.
|Engine||Ladder Truck||Tower Ladder||Quint||Heavy Rescue Squad||Tanker||Medic Unit||Ambulance||Brush||Attack||Hazmat Support||501||504||505||506||507||581||589|
|501R||Manassas City||R501||M501, M501B, M501C, M501D||A501||X|
|501F||Manassas City||E501, E501B-RESERVE UNIT, FE501- FOAM ENGINE||TW501||X|
|502||Botts||E502, E502B||R502||A502, A502B||X|
|503F||Triangle||E503, E503B- RESERVE UNIT||R503||TK503||Brush 503||X503||X|
|505||Nokesville||E505, E505B-RESERVE UNIT E505C-RESERVE UNIT||TK505||A505, A505B||Brush 505||X|
|507||Lake Jackson||E507, E507B- RESERVE UNIT||TK507||M507||A507, A50B||Brush 507||X|
|508||Yorkshire||E508, E508B- RESERVE UNIT||R508||M508||A508, A508B||X508|
|509||Manassas Park||E509, E509B-RESERVE UNIT||TL509||M509||X|
|510||Birchdale||E510, E510B-RESERVE UNIT||R510||M510||A510, A510B||X|
|511||Stonewall Jackson||E511, E511B- RESERVE UNIT||T511||M511, M511B||A511, A511B|
|512||Spicer||E512, E512B-RESERVE UNIT||TW512||M512||A512, A512B, A512C||X|
|514||Hedges Run||E514, E514B- RESERVE UNIT||T514||M514||A514B||Brush 514||X|
|515||Evergreen||E515, E515B-COUNTY RESERVE UNIT||TK515||A515||Brush 515||X|
|516||Buckhall||E516, E516B-RESERVE UNIT||TK516||A516, A516B||Brush 516||HMS516|
|517||Montclair||E517, E517B-COUNTY RESERVE UNIT||M517||X|
|518||Princedale||E518, E518B-RESERVE UNIT||RT518-RESERVE UNIT||M518||X|
|520||Prince William Commons||E520, E520B- RESERVE UNIT||M520||A520||X|
|523||River Oaks||E523, E523B-COUNTY RESERVE ENGINE||T523||M523, M523B ( RESERVE UNIT)||A503B,||X|
|525||Nokesville||E525, E525B- RESERVE UNIT, E525C-RESERVE UNIT||T525-RESERVE UNIT||TW525||M525, M523B||A525, A525B||X|
|526||Bacon Race will be in operation in the summer of 2017||E526||M526||Brush 526|