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AVFD Community

Report Leaky HydrantRecycling
Donate for TrainingIncident & Care Report

Our Fundraiser Events:

Baltimore County Classes and Resources:

Report a Leaking Fire Hydrant:

Fire Hydrants are critical for our daily work. If you identify a leaking hydrant or any other hydrant issues in your neighborhood, please call the Baltimore City Water Department at 410-396-5352 to report it.

Recycling @ AVFD:



Paper & Aluminum Cans Recycling

Aluminum Can Recycling Trailer


AVFD has paper and Aluminum can recycling on our premise. It is conveniently  located at the entrance to our parking lot. This is a fundraising effort as well as a public service effort. You are kindly requested to bring your Aluminum cans and Paper for recycling. The can trailer and paper bins will be emptied on a regular basis. Thank you for your continued support for your local fire department

Fire Incident and Patient Care Reports

fire incident report is generated by the Fire Department each time a piece of fire apparatus is dispatched to assist with a fire, hazardous materials incident, rescue or other dangerous situation.   Fire incident reports are public records, available upon request to anyone. There is a $10 fee to obtain a copy of a fire incident report.

patient care report is generated whenever the Fire Department assists a sick or injured person.  These reports contain confidential medical information and are not part of the public record.

Copies of patient care records are available to our patients, their representatives and others as specified by Maryland Public General code. (Health-General, Title 4. Statistics And Records, Subtitle 3. "Confidentiality Of Medical Records" )

The Fire Department's policies and procedures for the release of patient care reports comply with restrictions specified under state law. At the same time, the Fire Department strives to make the process of obtaining copies of records as easy as possible for those seeking them. There is a $10 fee to obtain a copy of a patient care report.



Donate for Training

Donate your Old Car

If interested please contact our station @ (410) 242-6601 or sent us an email to info(at) You can also bring your vehicle to the station, park it under the billboard on the north lot, sign the title over to the AVFD, and drop off the keys and title. One of our members will be able to assist you with the paper work. Please make sure we have your correct name and address so we can mail you a letter stating that you have donated the vehicle to AVFD. Of course, any donation to our department is TAX DEDUCTIBLE. 

Donating your old house for training

If you intend to have your old house demolished or reconstructed, we would love to do some of the demolition work for you, FREE of CHARGE. We would like to arrange for some real life training scenarios. Training would include, Search and Rescue, Roof Operations, Overhauling Laddering, Ventilation etc. This is to ensure that our members are up to date on their skills. Please contact us at info(at) if you are interested. Thank you for supporting your local volunteers. Of course, any donation to our department is TAX DEDUCTIBLE. 

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