Manassas Volunteer Fire Company

Manassas Volunteer Fire Company

All fire departments in the county need help. We’ve heard all the excuses. I can’t commit to (fill in the blank), I’m not always available, I’m too young/old, I don’t know anything about it. They are just excuses. We are all volunteers. We can when we can and we can’t when we can’t.

This is an incredible job you get paid for in ways that aren’t money. If you’ve ever thought about it, contact a volunteer fire department in your area. The hardest part, is walking through that station door the first time.

We all live in the communities we serve. How can you make a difference? Every fire department across the country needs help. Come down on a Monday evening, talk to our members, better yet, grab an application and make a difference!


Hope to see you there!!!!


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: On Aug. 27, a officer was driving a marked police SUV when their cruiser impacted a pickup truck in area of the PW Pkwy & Wellington Rd just before 1:30 am. The officer was traveling on the PW Pkwy with a green signal to proceed through the intersection. The other driver ran their red signal on Wellington and entered the intersection, crossing in front of the officer’s vehicle. The officer, traveling at speed for the Parkway, had seconds to react and attempted to avoid the collision; however, the front of the cruiser impacted the back panel of the pickup. The impact and subsequent maneuvering post-crash caused the police SUV to overturn. The other driver was arrested for DUI. Thankfully only minor injuries were reported.


Good Morning:

Congratulations to the following Manassas Volunteer Fire Company elected officers-

Chief-Gary Orndoff

President-Jason Kendrick

Vice President-Mark Failer

Secretary-Carisa Christian

Treasurer-Jason Lesnik

Asst. Secretary-Michelle Suit

Asst. Treasurer-Jim Turley

Chaplain-Priscilla Saboe

Board of Directors-Anita Ebert, Mark Failer, Tetiana Hatley, Curt Huntington, Jason Kendrick, David McAndrew, Tina McAndrew, Suzi Norling, Gary Orndoff.


We are at the Manassas Farmers Market this morning, come on by!


It is with a heavy heart the MVFC sadly share the news of the passing of past Chief and Life Member Roger Ward. He was a Board Member and Treasurer of the MVFC Museum and actively opened the museum to the public.

He will be sorely missed by so many within the City of Manassas Fire System.

Arrangements are forthcoming


It’s Bingo night at the MVFC!


Put this on the calendar and we will see ya there

Photos from City of Manassas Fire Rescue Department's post 07/10/2023

First Friday in Old Town Manassas! Come on by and say hi!


Just a few reminders about fireworks when you're planning your celebration the next few days in the City of Manassas! Don't forget the large fireworks show that occurs in Old Town but can be seen by all of the adjacent neighborhoods as well!


$21,000 up for grabs tonight! Who wants it????? Doors open at 4:30!!!!


Good Morning from the Manassas Farmers Market! Come say hi!!!



Townhouse Fire
Thursday June 29, 2023
11:17 PM

Units were dispatched to the 7500 block of Bedford Road (Sudley) last evening for a townhouse fire reported by the occupants. Crews arrived on the scene with a working basement fire and all occupants evacuated from the home. The fire was located in the basement and quickly extinguished. The home did sustain significant damage. No injuries were reported. The Building Official declared the structure was unsafe to occupy, displacing six (6) adults and two (2) children. Red Cross was on the scene to assist. The Fire Marshal’s Office determined the fire originated in the basement utility room ignited by improper use of an extension cord.

This fire was discovered by occupants within the home; however, smoke detectors did activate shortly thereafter. The Fire Marshal’s Office would like to recommend residents check your smoke detectors on a monthly basis. Smoke detectors offer you the best protection to safely evacuate your home in the event of a fire.


Know a City of Manassas rising (8th or) 9th grader interested in the fire department? Sign them up for our free Fire Rescue Summer Camp July 24th through the 28th!! This five day long camp is intended to provide a week-in-the-life-of-a- firefighter experience! Sign up today!!


Bingo is on!

Mobile uploads 06/21/2023


Come get your face painted!

Photos from Manassas Volunteer Fire Company's post 06/17/2023

The Crew is out at the Farmers Market this morning come by and say hi!!!!


MVFC is holding a school supply drive to help the Manassas City Schools. If you are a bingo player we will be giving you a raffle ticket with your donation for some great prizes or, if you are a patron we appreciate any donation given. We would love to send the kids back to school for the 2023-2024 school year on an amazing note.

Photos from Manassas Volunteer Fire Company's post 05/29/2023

Serving the community since 1892. Come join the fun!


Good Morning from the Manassas Farmers Market! Come out and say hi!

Photos from Manassas Volunteer Fire Company's post 05/06/2023

The MVFC was out tonight in Old Town celebrating Cinco De Mayo and First Friday with Thousands of friends! Thanks to Laura, Curt, Nancy, Kevin, Joe, Alevtyna, Jim, Chris, and Ashli who all came out to shake hands with the citizens of Manassas and to spread the word about volunteering! Pink, Red, and Black helmets everywhere.


With a heavy heart the Manassas Volunteer Fire Company regrets to announce that Past Chief and Life Member Tommy Dickins passed away earlier today, he was a valuable member of the MVFC for 44 years. Funeral arrangements will provided when they become available. Tommy is pictured third from the left second row.


Early this morning, while arriving at the scene of a vehicle accident on Interstate 95, Engine 23 was struck by a vehicle. The driver of the striking vehicle failed to follow the Move Over & Slow Down Law and was subsequently cited for their actions.

Members were just beginning to exit the Engine when it was struck. Luckily, there were no injuries but this is a very real reminder of the dangers our members face while operating on emergency scenes.

We have said this before and will continue to say it:

MOVE OVER & SLOW DOWN when you see emergency vehicles operating on the roadways. It’s not only the law, it’s the right thing to do.

Prince William County Police Department
Virginia State Police
Virginia Department of Transportation

Photos from Manassas Volunteer Fire Company's post 04/23/2023

Training never stops at the firehouse. Here are a couple of our Redhats, Joe Smalls and Kevin Miller, working on their skills.


Good Morning from the Manassas Farmers Market ! Come on out and say hi!

Photos from Manassas Volunteer Fire Company's post 04/07/2023

It’s First Friday in Old Town! Having a Hopping great time. Come by and say Hi!

Photos from Manassas Volunteer Fire Company's post 04/01/2023

Celebrating 150 years of being a town! Happy Birthday Manassas

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