|The Louisa County Department of Fire & Emergency Medical Services consists of a combination of career and volunteer providers serving the citizens and visitors of Louisa County. We provide basic life support (BLS), advanced life support (ALS), and fire response to all types of emergencies that impact our County. The County provides career staffing operating out of several of the volunteer stations along with available volunteer fire and EMS providers. This combination service is a cost-effective means to provide 24-hour a day coverage. The volunteer fire and rescue departments have a long history of valuable service to Louisa County and continue to provide equipment, facilities and personnel who are dedicated to the protection of life and property.|
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JOIN A VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPARTMENT AND GIVE BACK TO YOUR COMMUNITY!!
|Louisa County relies on our seven volunteer fire departments and our county career staffing to meet the needs of our residents. If you have time to spare and want to contribute to your community, take the step and become a volunteer. The work is demanding, the rewards terrific. Free training is available and you will obtain lifelong skills.|
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|National Background Check (mandatory)|
|Emergency Medical Services Revenue Recovery (Transport fees) is a program that uses the insurance companies to reimburse the County for costs related to ambulance transports. Our providers of EMS will obtain insurance information from you in order to bill the insurance company.|
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To report a downed street sign (street names only) please contact our headquarters.
For all other signs (stop signs, speed limit signs) please contact VDOT at 1-800-367-7623.
To report a controlled burn, please notify the Sheriff’s Office at 540-967-1234
|The Emergency Management System begins with the call to 911 requesting assistance |
|How to use 911|
|Response is delivered from the closest available ambulance or first responder. Currently there are career ALS units staffed in Louisa, Mineral, and Zion Crossroads 24 hours a day 7 days a week and at Trevilians and Holly Grove from 7am-5pm Monday-Friday. The volunteer units respond when available.|
Louisa County is unique since we must plan and prepare for emergencies at the North Anna Nuclear Power Station under the Radiological Emergency Response Plan. In the event of such an emergency, sirens and/or news broadcasts will notify you and you can contact the Emergency Hotline with any questions.