Did you know: the AVFD owns and maintains both of its fire stations, the Canteen Unit, and the volunteer-owned apparatus at both, using funds from donations and fundraising? Every bit helps!
Join us for exciting bingo and lots of opportunities to win, every
Monday and Thursday evening in the John Fox Jr. Memorial Hall,
behind Fire Station 8, 7128 Columbia Pike in Annandale!
Early Birds start at 6:45PM, regular session at 7:45PM. Games typically conclude around 10PM.
Our volunteer members stand side-by-side with career professionals to save lives, protect property, and serve the community. Volunteering provides you with an opportunity to challenge yourself, build new skills, and become part of the AVFD family.
We're always looking for new operational and administrative members.
The John Fox Jr. Memorial Hall, located on Columbia Pike in the heart of Annandale, is available for meetings, training sessions, trade shows, symposia, and other corporate events, from 25 to 250 people.
Please note that we do not rent the hall for private parties of any kind at this time.
Sep 7, 2019
Military/Miniature Figurines and Military Memorabilia Show and Sale
Sep 22, 2019
Comic Book, Sports- and Non-Sports Card Show/Sale
Oct 5, 2019
The "Taste of Annandale" 2019 community festival will take place on Tom Davis Drive, directly across Columbia Pike from AVFD Station 8.
Oct 12, 2019
As part of Fire Prevention Week, both AVFD Station 8 and 23 will be hosting an Open House for the public. Stop by to meet your firefighters, see the fire trucks, join in the activities and learn about fire safety.
Oct 26, 2019
Come see us as we join the Annandale Parade down Columbia Pike!
The Annandale Volunteer Fire Department is one of the twelve volunteer fire departments in Fairfax County, Virginia. Founded in 1940 by civic-minded citizens of Annandale, today the AVFD owns and maintains two stations: Station 8, located on Columbia Pike in central Annandale near Tom Davis Drive, and Station 23, on Little River Turnpike in West Annandale near Guinea Road. It is the only volunteer department with multiple stations in Fairfax County.
In partnership with Fairfax County's Fire and Rescue Division, the AVFD and FRD provide "first due" EMS and fire suppression coverage from Fairfax City in the west to Alexandria City in the east, and from Burke in the south to Merrifield and Bailey's Crossroads in the north, 24/7/365.