A member of the Arlington County Fire Department has tested positive for COVID-19. The individual is doing well and managing the illness at home, with the full support of family and the department. The Arlington County Public Health Division has been involved with this case and has investigated any potential exposures to other people and patients who came in close contact with the individual. More broadly, since the start of […]
The Arlington County Fire Department recently welcomed a fellow firefighter from the Aachen Fire Department in Aachen, Germany.
The new Fire Station No. 8 will be larger, more energy efficient and will better serve the community for decades to come.
Other nearby fire stations will continue to meet fire and emergency service needs in this area. The County is also developing a process to determine future use of the site.
In a house fire, you may have less than two minutes to escape after the smoke alarm sounds. Here are five steps to ensuring your family is prepared.
The auditor focused on the root causes leading to Fire Department overtime.
Operation FirePaws, the Arlington County Fire Department’s month-long charity drive for the Animal Welfare League of Arlington, kicks off next week.
The fire occurred in the 3800 block of Fifth Street North. The identity of the deceased is being withheld pending notification of next of kin.
The Arlington County Fire Department wants to help people know when — and when not — to call 911.
Arlington County’s Fire and Police departments and the Virginia Hospital Center have created a unique response plan to save more lives in the event of a mass casualty incident.