Located just outside the city limits of Huntsville and Madison Alabama, Monrovia Volunteer Fire/Rescue (MVFR) is an all-volunteer department consisting of 35 active firefighters protecting a rural district of 30,000 residents residing in 24 square miles. Operating from 2 fire stations and utilizing 5 pumpers, our department provides structural & wildland firefighting, rescue, hazmat to the operational level and EMS first response. In 2017 our firefighters responded to 1795 incidents, approximately 70% of which were EMS calls.


Our department has automatic or mutual aid agreements with Harvest Volunteer Fire Department, Toney Volunteer Fire Department, Huntsville Fire Department, Madison Fire Department, Huntsville International Airport, and Redstone Arsenal.


Our first due response district, with a few exceptions, is bordered on the north by Nick Davis Road, on the west by Old Railroad Bed Road, on the south by Highway 72, and on the east by the City of Huntsville.  It is comprised of 72% residential, 25% commercial/industrial and 3% open space. Target hazards include 15 day care centers, 4 public schools, 20 churches, 4 super stores, 9 strip malls,and 2 highways encompassing 4 miles.

MVFR Fire District

MVFR First Due Response Area

MVFR Fire District in relation to Huntsville/Madison Area

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