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Established in 1954 and located in northeastern Baltimore County, The Kingsville Volunteer Fire Company provides fire, rescue and EMS services to Kingsville and the surrounding communities of White Marsh, Perry Hall, Long Green and Jacksonville – as well as mutual aid assistance to Harford County, including Joppa, Joppatowne, Edgewood, Fallston and Bel Air.

We’re always interested in recruiting dedicated individuals to join our team. Whether you are interested in volunteering to serve the community as a Cadet, Associate, Fire/Rescue, EMS or Swiftwater Rescue member or in joining our paid EMS service we have a place for you.

11601 Bellvue Avenue
Kingsville, MD 21087

Phone: 410-887-5773
(For emergencies dial 911)

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Latest News

2022 EMS Fund Drive

Your Support is Needed!  Kingsville Medic 485 responded to 1,914 incidents in a hectic 2021, an increase of 600 calls over 2020. The Officers and...
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New Fire Engine Ordered!

The Kingsville VFC, in conjunction with Patriot Fire, have ordered a new fire engine! Expected in summer 2023, we have signed for the purchase of an E-ONE Fire Trucks Typhoon 1000 gallon pumper!. This will replace our current Engine 481, a 2005 American LaFrance

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Upcoming Events

Cadets

A cadet member is between the ages of 10-16. Cadets learn valuable knowledge, skills, and training that prepare them to become firefighters and EMT’s once they reach their 16th birthday.

Cadet members meet at least two times a month to practice skills such as CPR, first aid, basic fire operations, rescue operations, team building, leadership, and much more! Cadets also go on field trips to places such as: Maryland State Police Medevac, Baltimore County 9-1- 1 Center and many more. Cadets participate alongside our Firefighters and EMT’s during parades, and other community details.

If you are interested in joining the cadet program please complete the Membership Application.

For more information contact the station at 410-887- 5573
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Our History

On October 27, 1954 a public meeting was called by the Lions Club to explore the possibility of starting a fire company in Kingsville. This meeting was held at the Kingsville School and had an attendance of 60 people. Following this meeting, a group of 18 men held another meeting at the home of Raymond Maynard where temporary officers were elected, including Harry Probert as president. 

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Past Responses

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