About the Centreville Volunteer Fire Department

ThumbnailThe Centreville Volunteer Fire Department (CVFD) - Fire Station 17 - is one of 12 private, non-for-profit fire companies working in partnership with Fairfax County Fire and Rescue, to provide emergency and non-emergency services to protect lives, property, and the environment. Our volunteers are Firefighters, EMT's and administrative personnel who take pride in serving their community. If you would like to be a part of our family visit the Join Us page for more information.

Thumbnail The Centreville Volunteer Fire Department (CVFD) - Fire Station 17 - career staff are professional Firefighters employed by the Fairfax County Fire and Rescue Department. They staff the station 24-hours a day and work closely with volunteers to seamlessly provide services in and around the Centreville area.

ThumbnailThe Fairfax County Fire and Rescue Department is a combination career and volunteer organization providing fire suppression, emergency medical, technical rescue, fire prevention and educational services to more than one million citizens. Fairfax County encompasses 395 square miles of urban and suburban development, 10 miles west of Washington, D.C. Fairfax County has 35 Fire Stations staffed around the clock by approximately 1,100 career personnel supplemented by more than 500 volunteers.

ThumbnailThe West Centreville Fire Station - Fire Station #38 - is a Fairfax County station in full partnership with the CVFD. They provide emergency and non-emergency services to protect lives, property, and the environment in West Centreville. The station is located on O' Day Drive off Stone Road. CVFD volunteers work at West Centreville Station and we provide apparatus and ready-reserve apparatus for this station as well. Most recently, the CVFD purchased a new Medic unit for FS38 that is currently in service.

Thank you for visiting the CVFD website. If you would like to donate to support the CVFD your donations will be used to help pay for the emergency vehicles and facility maintenance. There are several ways to donate as shown on the right.

If you have any questions, feel free to contact our Information Line on (703) 830-1479 or email us at: donate@cvfd.org

From the President


Ms. Marva Williams is President of the Centreville Volunteer Fire Department. She is responsible for the overall management of the department to include: building and grounds, finances, bingo, hall rentals and a host of other duties that keep the department running. She is the backbone of the department and her dedication to duty is an inspiration to all members. In her capacity, she is supported by a Board of Directors and the Volunteer Fire Chief.

If you would like to donate there are several options to choose from:

  • Send us a check
  • Designate us as beneficiary
  • Memorialize a loved one
  • Sponsor a Group donation
  • Designate a percentage of sales .