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oin all of us at Clintwood Volunteer Fire Department in Congratulating Jr. Firefighter Clayton Hickman on Successfully Passing his Firefighter I. Clayton has a drive and love for the job like few othe...
Monday, November 13th, 2023
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While work still continues on the new Station 2 on Caney Ridge. We are happy to report apparatus is in house now and calls are being responded too from their new house. Be sure and stop by when you s...
Monday, September 18th, 2023
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Clintwood Volunteer Fire Department is hosting a weekend of training May 3rd, 4th and 5th, 2024, This event is free of charge and we hope everyone will take advantage of it. Friday Night at 6:00 pm ...
Tuesday, April 18th, 2023
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Tuesday night the explorer program along with some senior members got to try out a brand new training prop. The prop consists of a wall/window assembly that will integrate with several different attac...

The Clintwood Volunteer Fire Department is a fire system with 40 members.  Each member is sworn to uphold the provisions of the Town of Clintwood and Dickenson County in order to protect the lives and property of all residents in Dickenson County. 

The Department is a central element in our local government' effort to promote life safety by coordinating the efforts of it's special teams dealing with fire suppression, hazardous materials, public education and the development and enforcement of ordinances and fire codes.

To our government, we pledge to uphold our responsibilities for fire and life safety.  We will continue our service delivery  goals by providing the highest level of fire protection with  maximum efficiency while operating within the limits of existing resources.

To the citizens we protect, we pledge to provide twenty-four hour a day protection from the devastation of fire.  Beyond the immediate crisis, the Fire Department will continue to promote fire safety education to all of our citizens, from  adolescent to adult.

To our members, the Fire Department pledges to uphold the traditions of the fire service by never sacrificing the safety of it's members.  We will continue to take an aggressive approach to the fire problem through education and training for all members in the department.

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Clintwood Volunteer Fire Department responds to two brush fires on the 1st day of the Spring Wildfire Season burn ban. Engine 1 and Support 2 1st responded to a small fire in the Lake Road community and later in the afternoon Engine 1, Tanker 1, SR-1 and Support 2, along with Clinchco and Sandy Ridg...
Monday, January 1st, 2024
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Monday morning at 7:45 am Clintwood Fire Department was dispatched to a structure fire in a residence on Peaceful Street in the Town of Clintwood. Ladder 1, Wagon 1, Support 1, Engine 2 and Support 2 arrive on scene to find a single family residence with smoke and fire showing from the C side of the...
Thursday, November 9th, 2023
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Words can not express the appreciation we have for the amazing outpouring of community support we have received this week during the forest fires that have ravaged the Rachel Chapel Community. The Virginia Department of Forestry has the fire listed as 1,950 acres and 85 percent contained.
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Saturday Night at 8:48 pm, Clintwood Fire Department was dispatched to a report of a Structure Fire on Company Graveyard Hill in the Brush Creek area of Dickenson County. Engine 1, Engine 2, Tanker 1, Support 1 and Support 2 arrived on scene to find two separate residence fires approximately 200 yar...

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