Welcome to the Herald Harbor
Volunteer Fire Department Website
THANKS FOR COMING OUT THIS YEAR AND SUPPORTING THE HHVFD AND THE COMMUNITY.
IT WAS A GREAT SHOW FOR ALL OF THE CONCERTS! THANKS FOR COMING OUT THIS YEAR.
HOPE TO SEE YOU NEXT YEAR!
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TO THE HERALD HARBOR VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPARTMENT
THE ANNUAL OPEN HOUSE/FIRE PREVENTION DAY WAS SATURDAY OCTOBER 12TH. THANKS FOR COMING OUT, IT WAS A GREAT DAY AND YOU MET YOUR LOCAL VOLUNTEER AND CAREER MEMBERS OF THE HHVFD. THERE WERE MANY EVENTS DURING THE DAY AND EVERYONE ENJOYED THE FOOD.
WE WERE GLAD TO SEE YOU THERE
WOULD YOU LIKE TO KNOW WHATS GOING ON WITH THE ANNE ARUNDEL COUNTY VOLUNTEER FIRE FIGHTERS?
CLICK HERE TO ACCESS THE AA COUNTY VOLUNTEER FIRE FIGHTERS WEB SITE.
WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT BOATER'S SAFETY.
CLICK HERE TO VISIT THE MARYLAND DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES
With the approach of warm and dry weather in the summer months, the dangers of brush and wildfires increases. The officers and members of the Herald Harbor Volunteer Fire Department would like to encourage members of our community to be FIREWISE. Firewise Maryland is a community education effort through the Maryland Department of Natural Resources, Forestry Service to help homeowners make their properties safer in the event of wildfires.
Please visit the Forestry Service Firewise Maryland website and look for displays at the Summer Concerts and our other community events for more information on how to make your home Firewise. You can also call the firehouse directly at 410-923-3990 for more information. FOR EMERGENCIES CALL 911.
VISIT THE MARYLAND FIRE-RESCUE SERVICE MEMORIAL - HONORING OUR FALLEN HEROES
RIGHT HERE IN ANNAPOLIS
CLICK HERE TO GET TO THE WEB SITE
Vial of L.I.F.E. Program
The Vial of L.I.F.E. (Lifesaving Information for Emergencies) program is designed to speak for you when you are unable to speak for yourself.
CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION
CLICK HERE FOR INFORMATION ABOUT
THE ANNE ARUNDEL COUNTY VOLUNTEER FIREFIGHTER ASSOCIATION
Thanks to your generous donations our new ambulance is here.
SCOUTS TOUR FIREHOUSE
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***** REMEMBER *****
Call 911 for all emergencies...check your smoke detectors and fire extinguishers twice a year...have an escape plan...teach your children STOP, DROP and ROLL
HELP US HELP YOU!
Help us help you. Always have your house numbers displayed and visible from the street so we can easily find your home. Most houses, up to about 40 feet from the street, and mail boxes should have atleast numbers 4 inches in height displayed. The furthur your house is from the street the larger the numbers should be. The color of the numbers should contrast from the back ground color. Your numbers should be displayed on your mail box and on your house, especially on driveways with multiple houses. The roadway lighting in Herald Harbor is not the greatest, to say the least, so reflective numbers would help even more. Here are pictures of a not so great display and a good display.
Also, be aware of the water supply in your part of the neighbor hood, fire hydrant, underground tank, designated open water drafting sites, etc. As you know the Harbor is supplied with county water and fire hydrants but a major part of our area is not so lucky. Make sure hydrants, under ground tank connections and the designated open water fire department drafting areas are clear and easily accessable to the fire department vehicles. If you notice an area of concern please notify county public works or your neighborhood community association. If you feel it is of a concern that should be address right a way you can call us directly and also call public works and/or your community association. Don't assume someone else called. What do they say? "the squeeky wheel gets the grease". If you would like to know the locations of water supply sites you can always stop by the firehouse and ask to see them on our map.
Don't Ignore Stroke Symptoms
EMT, July 24
Don't Ignore Stroke Symptoms
Stroke is the 3rd leading cause of death in the United States in people over the age of 40. Nearly 700,000 people have strokes every year. A stroke is caused by an interruption in blood flow to the brain. The lack of blood supply can result in permanent brain cell damage. Many people are becoming aware that time is of the essence when treating a possible stroke ... (Full Story)
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