ISO 5 CLASS RATING
Welcome to Monrovia Fire/Rescue: Serving since 1965
Monrovia Fire / Rescue is an ISO Class 5 department with 67 volunteer Firefighters, EMT's, Support personnel, life members and Jr. Firefighters dedicated to serving the community in which we live by providing a quick and quality response to emergency calls including fire, rescue, medical emergencies, and extrication from motor vehicle accidents. We are also committed to public education through activities like Fire Prevention Week where we visit local schools. Averaging almost 4 calls per day, Monrovia is one of the busiest volunteer fire departments in the state of Alabama. If you are interested in becoming a member, please review our By-Laws below and then download the application and return it to our station on Mt. Zion Rd. The address is on the application.
Past Monrovia Men's Club and MVFR members and family. Please join us in celebrating our 50th Anniversary, June 20 at the Pits! Please see the invitation for more information.
The MVFR Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Division is committed to bringing compassionate, life-saving emergency medical care to the Monrovia community. These professional volunteers respond to medical emergencies 24 hours per day, 7 days per week. Emergencies might include heart attack, difficulty breathing, falls, motor vehicle accidents, drowning, cardiac arrest, stroke, drug overdose and acute illnesses. In 2008, the MVFR EMT’s responded to over 950 medical emergencies in the Monrovia area. We are very proud that over 60% of our members are licensed Basic Emergency Medical Technicians (EMT-B).
If you would like more information about the MVFR EMS Division, please contact Captain Phillip Rigsby, EMS Captain by e-mail or at (256) 837-6730, ext 216
Lead Me to the Cross 5K and Fun Run, March 14, 2015