Recent Calls
Thu. Feb 27th 2020
1 unit and 3 personnel responded.
Sun. Feb 23rd 2020
2 units and 8 personnel responded.
Fri. Feb 21st 2020
8 personnel responded.
Mon. Feb 17th 2020
2 units and 5 personnel responded.
Sat. Feb 15th 2020
1 unit and 3 personnel responded.
News Headlines
Wed. Apr 1st 2020
Today in the Dominion Post report article says the Preston County Commission has elected to stop providing the 12 VOLUNTEER fire departments is annual payment of $2250 for this years fiscal budget. Wh...
Sun. Jan 26th 2020
Have your dryer installed and serviced by a professional.
Do not use dryer without a lint filter.
Make sure you clean the lint filter before or after each load of laundry. Remove lint that has colle...
Sun. Jan 12th 2020
Under West Virginia law, you are required to both pull over to the right side of the road and stop your vehicle until the emergency vehicle has passed.
Sat. Jan 11th 2020
We know we go over it time and time again but please check your smoke and carbon monoxide detectors!
Sat. Jan 21st 2017
You're driving along and trying to sound out some '80s lyrics when you hear the wailing sirens. What do you do? Panic and swerve isn't the right answer, although it is an understandable re...
About Us

Welcome to Reedsville Volunteer Fire Department, Company 9

The RVFD was organized & charter written in 1936 with one fire truck & 7 men. They were housed in the building currently used as the Reedsville Town Hall. Our present fire station was constructed in 1980. During that time a tornado tore the garage doors off the station being built and tore the roof off station at that time (currently the Hospice Thrift Store). The present day station is on property generously donated to Reedsville Firefighters by Mr. William Fairfax

Presently, our first due area is as follows:

Rt.92 South to the Irish Ridge intersection, Flat Rock / Gladesville Road to the Monongalia county line, Kingwood Pike to the Monongalia county line, Dogtown Road to the Bethlehem church area, Rt.7 East to the Herring Road intersection, Rt. 7 West to the Burke Road intersection.

On average, Reedsville responds to ~250 calls per year.

RVFD also have mutual aide agreements with the following fire companies in the area: Masontown, Newburg, Kingwood, Triune-Halleck, Clinton District, and will assist any other department as needed.

The Reedsville Fire Department also houses the Preston County Dive Team.

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