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Since 1948 the department has operated as a 100% volunteer station that has strived to provide the best service possible to maintain our purpose of Saving Life and Property. The department provides 24 hour fire protection, Emergency Medical Services, and public education with our most valuable asset, the many dedicated volunteers who give large amounts of time and energy on every call. It gives me great pride to have served as Chief of this department for the past thirty-nine years.
-Terry A. Pettit, Chief.
The Stanley Fire Department recently place a new four wheel drive UTV in placed. UTV 24 was purchased through a grant-loan from the USDA Rural Development and also a basket stretcher to transport a medical patient along with a 75 gallon of water and pump for outside fires. It was used on its first call after being placed in service. In the picture below, UTV 24 was used to transport a patient out of the woods who was injured to his home were he was evaluated by a EMS Crew. UTV also assisted at the Page Valley Fair this year with standby at the special events and in the last photo, Firefighters Colin Huffman, Zack Croft, President Mike Foltz and firefighter Russell Allen practice training with the medical stretcher.
The Stanley Volunteer Fire Department has an ongoing smoke detector program which is free that is one of the best in the State. For more information contact Lieutenant Keith Higgs at 652-3204 or 540-271-2978. Messages can also be left at the fire department at 540-778-3177. &nbs...
Dispose of ashes from your woodstove properly. once completely cooled they can be safely be disposed of in your garden. Remember that ashes can stay hot for up to four days.