White Marsh Volunteer Fire Company strives to safely respond to those in need of assistance with professionally trained personnel...every call...every hour...every day.
White Marsh Volunteer Fire Company (WMVFC) is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization which provides fire, rescue and emergency medical services to the citizens of White Marsh, Perry Hall, Nottingham and other communities within Baltimore and Harford Counties. WMVFC operates two engines, an advanced life support (ALS) ambulance, a four wheel drive brush truck, two utility vehicles and three rehab units.
WMVFC is an independent organization that falls under the auspice of the Baltimore County Fire Department. Members from the community dedicate their time training, providing emergency responses, fundraising, performing public fire safety education and community details.
Members are professionally trained by the Maryland Fire Rescue Institute (MFRI), part of University of Maryland. Members are trained Emergency Medical Technicians, Paramedics, Rescue Technicians and Firefighters.
White Marsh Volunteer Fire Company and its members maintain a commitment to public safety education and outreach to the community to create a safer environment.
Saving Lives, Protecting Property
To be highly-reliable, well trained emergency responders answering the needs of our community and country with long-range sustainability achieved through dedicated members, solid leadership and effective planning.