Fundraising Info

The Bowie VFD&RS, Inc. does not -- and never will -- solicit donations by telephone. We never call and ask you to tape your donation to your door for pick-up. We conduct two major fund raising events, a door-to-door Photo Fund Drive in the spring and a Mail Fund Drive in the fall. If you have any questions about our fundraisers please phone our office at 301-809-0122. Thank you for your support!

Mission Statement

The Bowie Fire Department, through the dedicated efforts of its members, provides fire education and prevention; fire suppression and rescue; and emergency medical services. These services meet or exceed the expectations of the public and private agencies in order to enhance the quality of life in the City of Bowie.

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Sat. Feb 27th 2010

On Saturday, February 27, at approximately 0630 Bowie units were ordered to respond to several reports of accidents on Route 50 near Bowie exits and near the Beltway. Arriving units found multiple overturned vehicles, with some occupants trapped, as a result of losing control on black ice. Shortly

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Sat. Feb 27th 2010

On Saturday 27 at approximately 07:00 Engine 191 (Bowie/Huntington), Truck 19, and Engine 391 (Bowie/Free State) were dispatched for a fire in the 3100 block of Stonybrook Drive. The alarm was traced to an electrical fault, and the units were returned to service. Shortly after going back in service,

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Fri. Feb 26th 2010

On Friday, February 26, at 23:38 hours Engine 191 (Bowie/Huntington) and Truck 19 were dispatched for a report of a basement fire. The resident told arriving units that the fire was out, and was traced to an outlet that failed. Units returned to service after verifying that there was no extension.

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Mon. Feb 22nd 2010

On Monday, February 22, at 14:58 Engine Company 19 (Bowie/Huntington) was dispatched for an apartment fire in the 13000 block of Mistletoe Spring Road in Laurel. Other units responding on the initial alarm included units from Laurel, Laurel Rescue, Beltsville, Greenbelt, Savage, and Maryland City. F

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Mon. Feb 15th 2010

The recent back-to-back blizzards kept the Bowie VFD very busy. Our personell carried loaded stretchers long distances through deep snow, responded to car fires, and provided mutual aid to our colleagues in Anne Arundel County. Crews braved poor road conditions, blowing snow, and brutal cold to assi

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Recent Call Volume
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Dec-14440678
Nov-14361663
Oct-14461706
Sep-14396751
Aug-14365703
Jul-14426750
Jun-14449720
May-14442734
Apr-14570645
Mar-14473681
Feb-14378601
Jan-14653725
Total54148357

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The Bowie Volunteer Fire Department and Rescue Squad, Inc.
3262 Superior Lane, PMB 270
Bowie, MD  20715

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301-809-0122

Emergency:

911

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