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CCVFRA New LogoThe Culpeper County Volunteer Fire & Rescue Association (CCVFRA) exists to assist in the coordination and provision of emergency services between Culpeper County Virginia and its eight member companies: Brandy Station Volunteer Fire Department, Inc., Culpeper County Volunteer Fire Department, Inc., Culpeper County Rescue Squad, Inc., Little Fork Volunteer Fire and Rescue Squad, Inc., Reva Volunteer Fire and Rescue Company, Inc., Rapidan Volunteer Fire Department, Inc., Richardsville Volunteer Fire Department and Rescue Squad, Inc. and Salem Volunteer Fire Department, Inc.

CCVFRA CompaniesThe CCVFRA provides essential services for the member companies, including (but certainly not limited to)

  • coordinating training of emergency services personnel

  • assisting in the development of uniform dispatch protocols

  • developing standard operating guidelines for approval by the member companies

  • receiving budget allocations from the county and distributing them to its member companies

  • providing a forum where all the member companies can work together to create consistent delivery of emergency services to the citizens

Photo by Greg VanostrandWe may wear many different uniforms, but our goal is the same – to provide the citizens of Culpeper County with the high quality VOLUNTEER emergency services – both fire suppression and emergency medical services – through the use of dedicated, trained volunteers.

As of January, 2011, the volunteer system in Culpeper has 295 active volunteers, 300 support members, and 1 paid member. A conservative estimate of the current replacement value of volunteer assets alone would be $27 million dollars ($11.6 million in equipment and $16 million in structures). To replace the volunteers with a paid staff that could handle the area would cost the tax payers an additional $15-$20 million annually.

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In memory of those we have lost.Geoff Green

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