Level Volunteer Fire Company

About the Department

The Level Volunteer Fire Company is located in a farmland-heavy, rural first due area with moderate growth over the last decade. We conduct a fund drive biannually, host fundraising events, such as Bingo, via the Auxiliary.

Every July, for over 25 years, LVFC hosts a “Play It Safe” safety camp for 100 children (grades K-5). Over 50 volunteers run the logistics of planning, scheduling, securing presenters. Registration often fills up within 10 minutes of opening.

Level Volunteer Fire Company

Key Stats

110 Fire / EMS / Administrative Members
29 Auxiliary Members
356 Total Fire Calls 2019
909 Total EMS Calls 2019
58 Total Auxiliary Functions 2019
4,819 Total Hours Worked by Auxiliary 2019
3,074 Total Hours Worked by Top Ten Auxiliary 2019

Level Volunteer Fire Company

Recruitment Categories

LVFC offers a variety of options for community members who would like to join.

Active Fire/EMS, Active Fire or Active EMS
Membership applications accepted from age 16 and up.

Administrative Member
Membership applications accepted from age 16 and up.

Cadet Program
For members in 13 years of age to 16 years of age who are interested in learning more about the fire service as a whole. They are not able to ride on equipment on active calls but can participate in all other forms of active membership.

Open to both male and female individuals, starting at age 16 unless a parent or guardian is a member in which case they can start at 14, to support the fire service with fundraising, hosting banquets and dinners, provide food and refreshments on Fire/EMS scenes.

Services Provided

Fire/EMS with some water rescue due to some bodies of water in our territory, rescue equipment used for our Interstate 95 corridor. Educational programs for youth through our Safety camp (ages K-5 th grade), Safety Boot Camp (grades 6th – 8 th), Fire Prevention open house which provides many educational avenues for both young and old, Breakfast with Santa.

Additional Benefits Offered

Being a volunteer with a Harford County Fire/EMS department brings with it many benefits including a healthy state income tax deduction, a LOSAP (Length of Service Award Program) with retirement benefits, scholarship opportunities, professional development and leadership training and much more.

LVFC also offers:

  • Members can “bunk in” overnight

Contact Level VFC

3633 Level Village Road
Havre de Grace, Maryland 21078

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