The Manassas Volunteer Fire Company

Proudly serving the City of Manassas Since 1892


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In the Community

Public Education and Events.


Check out our events Calendar to see what's going on around the station.


It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Liz Heinbuch; our Chaplin, our friend and long time faithful member of the Manassas Volunteer Fire Company and Greater Manassas Volunteer Rescue Squad. 

Members of the Manassas Volunteer Fire Company and the City of Manassas Fire and Rescue Department helping local family's fulfill some Christmas wishes 

Christmas morning at station 501

Check out our Media page for more.

John S. Hutton Jr.

Our condolences go out today to the family of John Hutton Jr, Charter and Life member of the Greater Manassas Volunteer Rescue Squad.

Sandy Clarke

It is with great sadness and a heavy heart that we notify you of the passing of Sandy Clarke on August 26th, 2017. 

Sandy was a charter member of the Greater Manassas Volunteer Rescue  Squad and a life member as well as a life member of the Manassas Volunteer Fire Company Auxiliary. 

Please keep her family  in your thoughts and prayers. 


The Manassas Volunteer Fire Company was proud to Support Special Olympics of Virginia for the 3rd year as a Platinum Sponsor of the "Kickin' Bass" Tournament. 

This single fundraising event for  Special Olympics Virginia raised over $30,000 to support programs for people with intellectual disabilities. 

Working to support our residents within the community has been the mission on the Manassas Volunteer Fire Company for the past 125 years. 

A special shout out to CMFRD Firefighter/EMT, Seth Astwood, for his participation and support of the Virginia Special Olympics.

Runs this month: 132 Runs year-to-date:  460

Find our year-to-date runs here.

Visit our Resource page to find useful links to educational information and other fire and rescue organizations.

Check out our Events page to see what else we're doing.

In it's 125 years of service the primary goal of the Manassas Volunteer Fire Company has been to serve the community. 

We are able to do that through both the generous donations of the time put in by our volunteers and from the support of our local businesses. Stop by our Partners Page for more information.

A message from the Virginia Fire Chiefs Association

We have been made aware of citizens in the Commonwealth being contacted, supposedly, on behalf of VSFA asking for donations. One is by a live person who says they are asking for donations for the widows and orphans of dead firefighters. The other is a robo call using a recorded message. The VSFA has two companies that work our behalf, Front Line Support and Outreach Calling.They do not use recordings and do not use high pressure tactics or the terminology of widows, orphans or dead firefighters. If anyone receives any call from anyone other than Front Line or Outreach Calling, please contact the Federal Trade Commission  and use reference number 71213013 or call them at 877-382-4357 and provide them information on the call. 

Contact Us

Better yet, see us in person!

Come by the station 5:00pm - 10:00pm Monday - Friday and 9:00am - 10:00pm Saturday and Sunday. 

The Fire Station address is

9322 Centreville Rd, Manassas, Virginia 20110, United States


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