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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


The next chicken Bar-B Que will be on Saturday, May 21st,  place your orders early. 


Stanley firefighters responded to a farm building fire on Jimmy's Drive


Stanley Fire and Rescue responded to a serious logging accident on Dam Acres Road. A landing site was set up nearby to fly the victim to UVA.

Stanley firefighter/Enhanced Kevin Tester and Page CountyTraining Farrah Wilcher watch Stanley firefighter/medic Eric Higgs repel down building during rope training practice. 














News Headlines
Sat. Mar 19th 2016
Response to Aviation Accidents for First RespondersMay 20th and 21st. May 20th -  6:30 p.m. - 10:30 p.m. May 21st - 8:00 a.m,. - 5 p.m. Location - Stanley Fire Department
Fri. Feb 19th 2016
Sun. Feb 7th 2016
Mon. Jan 20th 2014
For information on renting our social hall or booking a meal contact Mike Foltz at 742-0249. 
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
Sat. May 24th 2014
 January 1, Fri. 7:36 p.m. Lock out on West Main Street. Command 24 and three members.  January 2, Sat. 10:20 a.m. Standby controlled burning on Mill Creek Crossroads. Brush 24 and one member.                        ...
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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