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Upcoming Events

Upcoming Events

A special visit for a special occasion

75 years ago, Liberty Road Volunteer Fire Company was founded in a small garage in Harrisonville, MD. Although our birthday isn't until July, we were honored to welcome Comptroller Peter Franchot to Station 46 on Wednesday, May 11, for a special proclamation. We were pleased to accept this Certificate of Recognition, which reads as follows: In honor of your 75th year of service to the Randallstown community and surrounding areas. With special appreciation for your courageous and selfless actions to save lives and protect property on a daily basis. Best wishes for continued health, safety and fulfillment for many years to come. Presented this 11th day of May 2022 Peter Franchot, Comptroller We thank the Comptroller, his staff, and all who make LRVFC what it is today.

Training with Family

Liberty Road got the opportunity to train with members of our extended family. The Pikesville Volunteer Fire Company joined us one rainy morning to review vehicle operations including rescue ops. Internal training is one of the key concepts we do a lot of however when we get the opportunity we take them to learn new techniques, about new equipment, and learn how to better ourselves while protecting our communities.

Baltimore Fire honors their Fallen

Today the Baltimore City Fire Department will honor, remember, and forever memorialize their fallen firefighters from the tragic events that unraveled on January 24, 2022. Thousands of Firefighters and 1st Responders across the country will gather in Baltimore this morning to recognize three of the bravest, who's bravery and dedication to service has resulted them making the ultimate sacrifice protecting the lives and property of the citizens of Baltimore. We on this day we remember Lieutenant Kelsey Sadler Lieutenant Paul Butrim Firefighter / Paramedic Kenneth Lacayo Please be advised; multiple areas of Downtown Baltimore and areas along the I-83 corridor will be very congested. Be patient while the families and members of the Baltimore City Fire Department mourn and gather to remember three Firefighters who died while protecting others. There will be a procession that will travel from Downtown Baltimore via I-83 North to Padonia Road in Timonium. A memorial service will be held at Dulaney Valley Memorial Gardens; again expect thousands of 1st Responders along the route as those who sacrificed all are honored with an unwavering display of respect for their ultimate sacrifice. .

Prayers for the Baltimore Fire Department

Our thoughts and prayers are with the entire Baltimore City Fire Department and their families during their time of loss. Please continue to pray for the firefighter who remains hospitalized and pray for the families who have experienced loss that no one should ever have to endure.


Over the past 24+ hours Liberty Road Volunteer Fire Company responded to over 20 calls for service. Several sprinkler system failures forced the relocation of several residents in Owings Mills, multiple vehicle accidents in and around Randallstown, and several medical calls all proved for a sleepless night. We thank all of the volunteers who joined our career counter parts to respond to the many calls that were dispatched during the storm.


There's a strong chance we may experience some form of winter weather tonight into tomorrow. If you do have to go out make sure you plan out your travels by: Ensuring your cellphone is fully charged before you leave Make sure you have adequate tread on all four of your tires Ensure your gas tank is full before traveling Ensure your windshield washer fluid is rated for below freezing temperatures Avoid using cruise control in snow/ice/rain Increase your following distance

Public CPR Classes are back

Come learn how to save a life

Celebrating the life of Past President Ivan Goldstein

Yesterday we assisted with respectfully celebrating the life of Past President Ivan Goldstein. It was our honor to show our respect to the Goldstein family with help from the Pikesville Volunteer Fire Company, the Owings Mills Volunteer Fire Company, and the members of the BCoFD Franklin Station #56 who were able to park along the route to Ivan's final resting place. Ivan you will be missed.

House Fire on Dark Star Way

At 1:18pm on Wednesday April 15th E461 was alerted for a House fire in the 4700 block of Dark Star Way. Upon arrival, units found a well involved fire which had extended from the garage and was throughout much of the house. E18 pulled a hose line to the garage and E461 pulled a line to the rear of the structure. Due to instability of the roof and heavy fire throughout the home units started with a defensive attack. Units operated on scene for over 2 hours. Units: BC22 E461 E18 E56 T18 A465 E19 M18 E3 FM4 E412 TOW323 E2 AU19 CAN 156 SAFE1 E321 EMS5 E413 S322 CAN156

House Fire on Lyons Mill Road

On February 16th just after 6pm units were alerted by a neighbor to a house on fire in the 9800 block on Lyons Mill Road across fr the elementary school. Ambulance 465 arrived first and confirmed smoke and fire showing. Engine 461 arrived shortly after and pulled a line through the front door. E461 made an initial knock on a bulk of the fire. Crews operated for over two and a half hours


Smoke Alarm Safety


Home Fire Escape Plan


Fire Extinguisher Safety


Carbon Monoxide Safety

Safety Corner


Operation Holiday Cheer

Here comes Santa Claus, here comes Santa Claus, right down Santa Claus Lane! Santa wanted to make sure we all get some Christmas Joy this year. We MUST make sure we keep Santa safe and healthy this year so he can make his trip on Christmas Eve. Santa will be doing a drive thru of our neighborhoods
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