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Stanley Volunteer Fire Department


  Mission Statement

Welcome to the Stanley Volunteer Fire Departments website. Since 1948 the department has strived to provide the best service possible to maintain our goal of Saving Life and Property. The all volunteer fire department provides 24 hour fire and EMS protection along with public education with our most valuable asset, the many dedicated volunteers who give large amounts of time and energy on every call. It gives me great pride to have served as Chief of this department for the past thirty-five years.Terry A. Pettit, Chief


Stanley Firefighters presented several fire safety classes during the month of October. 
Below students at Leaks Chapel Pre-School learn to crawl in the fire safety house.





Picture  taken of single vehicle accident tonight on West Main Street. The telephone pole was cut in half but as on September 11, 2001, the American Flag stood strong. On that same message the Stanley Volunteer Fire Department will be holding their annual 9/11 Ceremony Friday night at 7 p.m. at the Ed Good Park. Guest speaker will be Doug Gochenour and everyone is invited.




Calls for the month of August 42 











News Headlines
Mon. Jan 19th 2015
Mon. Jan 20th 2014
For information on renting our social hall or booking a meal contact Jimmy Rhinehart at 843-4245.
Wed. Feb 1st 2012
The Stanley  Volunteer Fire Department has an ongoing smoke detector program which is free that is one of the best in the State. For more information contact Lieutenant Keith Higgs at 652-3204 or 540-271-2978. Messages can also be left at the fire department at 540-778-3177. &nbs...
Recent Calls
Thu. Nov 27th 2014
 February 4, Wed. 10:19 a.m. Assisted Rescue 4 on a medical call on Sunset Drive. Serv 24 and six members.February 4, Wed. 1:02 p.m. Assisted Rescue 4 on a medical call on Bosley Drive. Serv 24 and 10 members. February 5, Thurs. 12:01 a.m. Standby landing site on Middleburg Road fro helicopter ...
Fire Safety Tips


 Dispose of ashes from your woodstove properly. once completely cooled they can be safely be  disposed of in your garden.  Remember that ashes can stay hot for up to four days.


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Stanley Volunteer Fire Department
P.O. Box 276
Stanley, VA 22851
Non-Emergency: 540-778-3177
Emergency: 911
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