Country Breakfast is this Sunday, October 30th 8-12. Come have a great meal with us, and see your neighbors! ... See MoreSee Less
Fifth District (Clarksville) Volunteer Fire Department (FDVFD) shared Howard County Department of Fire and Rescue Services's post.
The Fifth District Volunteer Fire Department in Clarksville was founded today 69 years ago today - on October 16, 1947.
Fifth District (Clarksville) Volunteer Fire Department (FDVFD) added an event. ... See MoreSee Less
FDVFD Open House
Fifth District (Clarksville) Volunteer Fire Department (FDVFD)
This year our annual open house will be on Sunday October 9th from 11am to 1pm.
Some of the activities include a kiddie combat challenge, diver search and rescue demonstrations, equipment tours and ...
Come one, come all! This Sunday September 25th is our first Breakfast for this season from 8AM to Noon. A full menu is enjoyed by about 300 in the community- come see why they all come time after time! Our full calendar of dates is shown on the calendar tab on this page! ... See MoreSee Less
Fifth District (Clarksville) Volunteer Fire Department (FDVFD) added 3 new photos — at Centennial Lake.
Public Safety Diver training today. Congratulations to FDVFD's three newest Public Safety Divers and two Surface Support Specialists. Great work team! ... See MoreSee Less
The Fifth District Volunteer Fire Department is proud to participate in the Annual River Hill Independence Day Parade. Every year we empty the station and bring all of our equipment and join in on the celebration. The route is 2.2 miles along Great Star drive, starting at the Guilford Road intersection and ending at the firehouse on Signal Bell Lane.
So come out and join us in celebrating our nation's independence this Monday July 4th at 9:00 am. It's a great chance to meet up with old friends, meet new ones and come together as a community.
Hope to see you there!! ... See MoreSee Less
Anyone need assistance in storm clean up you can contact the following:
List of Private Volunteer Disaster Relief Resources
Maryland Voluntary Organizations Active in Disaster (VOAD) is a state-wide umbrella organization of diverse disaster relief workers that includes faith-based groups, non-profits, and other non-governmental organizations. The purpose of Maryland VOAD is to bring together disaster relief and voluntary organizations to foster more effective response and recovery to the people of Maryland in times of disaster.
The following private VOAD organizations are willing to assist county residents impacted by the June 21st storms. Howard County does not endorse any product, service, or viewpoint of any of these non-County organizations.
Debris/Tree Removal Services (specifically chainsaw work)
· Southern Baptist Convention: 240-565-6090, firstname.lastname@example.org
*Residents affected by the storm must contact the VOAD organization directly to request assistance* ... See MoreSee Less
Fifth District (Clarksville) Volunteer Fire Department (FDVFD) added 2 new photos. ... See MoreSee Less