St. Leonard Volunteer Fire & Rescue is a 100% Volunteer, 501(c)(3) organization. Your tax-deductible donation will help us stay that way while providing the best fire, rescue, and EMS services that we can.
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Mar 26, 2015
Welcome to the Saint Leonard Volunteer Fire Department and Rescue Squad's Official Website.
The Saint Leonard Volunteer Fire Department is a 100% Volunteer Department providing Fire, Rescue, and Emergency Medical Services to the residents and visitors of Calvert County, Maryland. Saint Leonard is located in the center of the southern half of Calvert County and is situated between the Patuxent River and the Chesapeake Bay. Our first due area encompasses approximately 40 square miles, which is nearly two-thirds the size of Washington, DC. Our members contribute countless hours to training and the maintenance of our equipment and apparatus while responding to over 2,000 fire and EMS calls annually.
All Volunteer, All the time... Pride is our pay...
2015 Concert Series
The members of the St. Leonard Volunteer Fire Department are pleased to begin announcing our 2015 Concert Series.
On 2/15/15 at 22:12 hrs, Station 7 was alerted for the Engine, Squad, and Tanker to a house fire in the 304 box. First arriving unit was Utility 7 who went on scene with a working garage fire with extension to the house. Engine 71 was the first arriving engine and pulled multiple lines to each side of the residence. The Engine's crew made entry into the residence and began knocking the fire down. ... (Full Story & Photos)
The 2015 Concert Series is quickly approaching and the St Leonard Volunteer Fire and Rescue has announced our first show of the season. Join us on August 1 for Little Big Town with Special Guests David Nail and Ashley Monroe.
Per the Solomons Volunteer Rescue Squad & Fire Dept:
This morning the Solomons Volunteers and neighboring departments responded to a working house fire. Upon arrival we found out that it was the home of one of our own. We are blessed that the firefighter himself was on duty at the station at the time. He responded to the call on our Engine 31 to assit with the extinguishment. Crews from Solomons ... (Full Story)
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