Contributed by OWL VFD
To become a Volunteer Firefighter or Emergency Medical Responder requires dedication, teamwork, stamina and leadership skills. It is a rewarding experience that you will find is an exceptional way to serve your community.
Nights, weekends and holidays, the Occoquan-Woodbridge-Lorton Volunteer Fire Department is there— answering the call when emergencies happen. Fire suppression, emergency medical services, technical rescue and water rescue. Be a part of the team that is trusted to protect life and property in eastern Prince William County.
What You Gain:
- Free Physical
- Retirement Benefits
- Tax Exemptions
- Technical training and real life skills
- Sense of pride that comes from serving the community
- No two days are ever the same
- The feeling of family, camaraderie and lifetime friendships you will build.
Serving with OWL VFD as a first responder will enhance your sense of purpose, expand your boundaries and change your life forever.
Who we are
OWL VFD was chartered in 1938 to provide fire and rescue services to eastern Prince William County. Today, OWL VFD provides primary fire and rescue service to more than 80,000 residents in a 27-square mile area. OWL VFD’s coverage area includes Woodbridge, Occoquan, Lake Ridge, Potomac River, Occoquan River and Reservoir.
If you are interest in becoming a volunteer emergency responder, please submit an application online at www.owlvfd.org or call Membership Hotline 1-888-OWL-JOIN (1-888-695-5646)