Meet Our Team

Elections for the 2016 Officers and Board of Directors for the Round Hill Volunteer Fire Department have been held. The results are:

  President: Vacant

  Vice President: Vacant

  Secretary: Vacant

  Treasurer: Ted Spara

  Fire Chief: Eric Carroll

  Asst. Fire Chief: Fenton Simpson

  Rescue Chief: Vacant

  Asst. Rescue Chief: Vacant

  Board of Directors:

  • Gene Thomas
  • Karin Mercendetti
  • Chip Corbin
  • Cheryl Aycock
  • Ted Spara
  • Bill Poindexter
  • Vacant Citizen Member
  • Mike Zukowski

* Hover mouse over the above names to see their images

  Also Meet Our:

Upcoming Events

Monday, Feb 27, 2017
07:30PM - 08:30PM
Membership Meeting
Monday, Mar 06, 2017
06:30PM -
Board Meeting

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The RHVFD in Round Hill is 12 miles West of Leesburg, VA and 23 miles East of Winchester, VA.

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*** The RHVFD is NOT the Round Hill Community Fire and Rescue Company in Winchester Virginia***


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The Round Hill Volunteer Fire Department is looking for community members who would like to help their friends and neighbors. To staff the equipment, we need Firefighters, Emergency Medical Technicians and Drivers. In addition, we need Administrative members to help us raise funds and support operations. There are lots of ways to be a part of this important community organization.

RHVFD provides free uniforms, equipment and training to become a volunteer. Benefits include a retirement program and waiving of personal property taxes on one of your cars based on a minimum number of hours served. You work (and play) with other community members who share your dedication to the community, and you can give as much or as little of your time as your schedule and family allow.

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Round Hill has a pride and spirit all it’s own.
You can see it when saying hello to neighbors out walking the dog. Or having a tasty bite of town gab at Tammy’s. Or finding a welcome smile from Pastor Chip ‪on Sunday Morning‬.
These passing moments always illuminate the incredible value of community for me. For most of us when the sun sets, we settle in to our slice of small town life and call it a day. Never thinking about those “other” not-so-passing moments. That unexpected sports injury. Maybe a fragile diabetic alone and in trouble. Smoke and flames that light the night time sky in the neighborhood.
The sirens wail, a response has come. Steady hands with the the jaws of life prevail. Who are those men and women that are always there?
The fire trucks are something to see and that Ambulance is fast. But look past the sweat, danger and dedication and you will see something even more amazing.
You will see the faces of your neighbors and friends in the Round Hill Volunteer Fire and Rescue Department.
Since New Years Eve 1938, Round Hill has relied on the unyielding care and concern of those who stand ready – those with day jobs, families and careers. Many of whom have served selflessly with excellence for decades, asking for nothing in return.
Today, our duty to this little town isn’t so little anymore. And the growing need to be ready for anything now covers an incredible 50 square mile area. In the past our faithful members have responded to river rescues, wildfires, treacherous injuries on the Appalachian Trail and even air disasters.
And of course, a pet or two in a tree of despair.
They say every great story has a Hero. But every Hero has someone who’s got their back. That’s the way it works here too. We not only need more fire fighters and EMT’s, but we also need support members who shore up the walls of our fire service. Doing everything from flower sale fundraising to caring for our community.
Sure, the demands differ depending on the need, but one thing is steady and certain. We. Need. You. 
Being part of the RHVFD is one of the most rewarding contributions you can make. Not just to the lives of others, but your own.
If you are curious about the commitment, don’t simply say ‘some day’ without learning more. Join us at our next monthly meeting, even if for a passing moment (‪September 26th‬, ‪October 24th‬ or ‪November 28th, 7:30 PM‬ at the station).
And as you go about your business in town, look for those fire and rescue Heroes and thank them for their service. They are all around you.


Can't Volunteer?

There are other ways you can "Help Us, Help The Community!"

We realize that many folks can't volunteer their time due to other commitments - jobs, family, vacations, and a schedule full of activities.  However, there is another way you can help.

Please consider making a monetary donation to the Round Hill Volunteer Fire Department.  Funds are needed for ongoing maintenance of the building, vehicles and equipment, and for ordering supplies used on fire and rescue calls.

Please donate by check or via our "Donate" link.  The Round Hill Volunteer Fire Department is a 501(c)3 organization, so your donations are tax deductable.

Thank you for donating!