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​C.S.C.19V.F.C.

Fire & Rescue  

Information

In the first half of 2014 the volunteers at station 19 vollunteered over 6,000 hours. These hours were spent running calls, training, attending meetings and community events. The reality is the residents of Cape Saint Claire area are fortunate to have individuals who serve as volunteer & career firefighters, and medical first responders. When an emergency arises, it is a small group of dedicated individuals who respond. Regardless of how many emergency calls there are, these individuals consistently train to keep their skills sharp. This is truly the best demonstration of the commitment of a volunteer responder. To spend countless hours training for an event that may or may not happen while they are around, is a testament of the dedication these individuals have for our community.

How you can Help

New Members Wanted

We're always seeking new members to join us as we serve our community. We encourage all those interested to apply, whether you're looking to respond to emergency calls or help with administrative tasks.

Please take a look at our join page for more information. Also, feel free to stop by the station on Thursday evenings from 6-10 p.m. to meet us and discuss any questions you may have.

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Duracell Power Those Who Protect Us (our station comes up under 21401)

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19 In the News

  
Anne Arundel County police accidents, payouts on the decline

A199 transports accident victim​​

Broadneck High School - Katherine Hines

Katherine Hines a CSCVFC Firefighter & EMT spotlight​