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The Jacksonville Volunteer Fire Company is located in Northern Baltimore County, Maryland. It provides emergency medical services and fire suppression to approximately 10,000 people in its first-due district, which covers over 75 square miles.

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Jacksonville Volunteer Fire Company
Jacksonville Volunteer Fire Company
Updated: the vehicle is off the road and Engine 473 has confirmed no injuries. Our units have cleared, Police remain.

Our units are currently responding to a motor vehicle collision in the 13600 block of Jarrettsville Pike (between Merryman's Mill Road and Blenheim Road). Injuries are reported. Expect closure and avoid the area so our personnel can work safely.
Jacksonville Volunteer Fire Company
Jacksonville Volunteer Fire Company
After countless hours of preparation and training, new Medic 475 was officially placed in service for the afternoon shift today. The unit is on a 2021 Chevy 5500 4x4 chassis. Thanks to the dedication of our EMS Captain and our membership to get this unit ready to serve the citizens of Baltimore County.
Jacksonville Volunteer Fire Company
Jacksonville Volunteer Fire Company
*TRAFFIC UPDATE* Monkton Rd is currently closed between Sheppard Rd and the NCR trail due to multiple cable and power wires in the street. Please seek alternate routes. E473 and B472 on scene.
Jacksonville Volunteer Fire Company
Jacksonville Volunteer Fire Company
Congratulations to Jacksonville legend Dean Wiggins on his life membership at Company 47! Dean has held MANY positions with the fire company, including EMS captain. In his recent years he’s annually completed the daunting task of calculating members activity status so make sure each one earns their credits! Dean also has represented Jacksonville at the Maryland State Fire Convention for many years. Thanks for such awesome dedication Dean!
Jacksonville Volunteer Fire Company
Jacksonville Volunteer Fire Company
Firebox 44-09: *Working fire w/ Tanker Task Force*
While cleaning up from a successful day of selling pit beef, Company 47 was alerted to respond to this house fire in Company 44s first due off Monkton Rd. E471 responded immediately on the initial assignment with four members. E473 responded shortly after on the tanker task force. Units from 47 assisted on division two and operated for approximately two hours.

Photo credit: Hereford Volunteer Fire Company
Jacksonville Volunteer Fire Company
Jacksonville Volunteer Fire Company
Beef is on! Rain supposed to end just in time to come get a sandwich! 11 am until ??? Come support us and the Boy Scouts annual Strawberry festival!