Thank you for your interest
in membership at one of Culpeper County's volunteer fire and rescue
The Culpeper County Volunteer Fire & Rescue
Association (CCVFRA) is comprised of eight member companies.
We depend on active members and support staffing to serve the
community. A conservative estimate of the
current replacement value of volunteer assets alone would be $27
million dollars ($11.6 million in equipment and $16 million in
structures). To replace the volunteers with a paid staff that could
handle the area would cost the tax payers an additional $15-$20
We are looking for individuals who are willing to dedicate their
time and energy towards the improvement of our community. You will
be entering a very rewarding, yet fulfilling career that allows for personal growth and experiences. Whether you are interested in Fire,
EMS, Support or any combination thereof, we welcome you with open
We appreciate and honor our
volunteers every chance we get. Culpeper County provides our
Personal protective gear
Many companies have Junior programs that allow for young people
interested in serving their community to participate.
You and other members are given the responsibility of maintaining
buildings and valuable equipment. It is for these reasons a
background and DMV license check is performed on all applicants.
Anyone convicted of abuse, sexual crimes or felonies is not eligible
Once the background check has been completed, your application will
be forwarded to the company to which you have applied. Someone from
that company will contact you concerning the membership process.
We hope that you will accept the challenge and join our team of
Want to learn more?
Follow Culpeper County Firefighter
Brendan Miller and learn more about what it takes to be a
volunteer firefighter. "Like" him to ask questions and