Find Anne Arundel County Maryland fire departments, city fire stations, firefighters, brigades, chiefs, inspectors, marshals, and local volunteers. Fire departments provide information on fire risk assessment, permits, fire alarms, and safety guidance.
Anne Arundel County Fire Department 8501 Veterans Highway Millersville MD 21108 410-222-8200
Arnold Volunteer Fire Department 1505 Ritchie Highway Arnold MD 21012 410-757-5942
Arundel Volunteer Fire Department 2380 Davidsonville Road Gambrills MD 21054 410-721-1967
Cape St. Claire Volunteer Fire Company - Anne Arundel County 1411 Cape Saint Claire Road Annapolis MD 21409 410-757-3434
City Of Brooklyn Fire And Rescue 5100 Ritchie Highway Brooklyn Park MD 21225 410-222-8231
City of Annapolis: Fire Department 1790 Forest Drive Annapolis MD 21401 410-263-7975
Earleigh Heights Volunteer Fire Company 161 Ritchie Highway Severna Park MD 21146 410-647-1990
Ferndale Volunteer Fire Company 4 South Broadview Boulevard Glen Burnie MD 21061 410-766-2131
Fort Meade Fire & Emergency Services 6619 Mapes Road Fort Meade MD 20755 301-677-3805
Jessup Volunteer Fire Department 7891 Max Blobs Park Road Jessup MD 20794 410-799-1314
Lake Shore Volunteer Fire Co 4498 Mountain Road Pasadena MD 21122 410-255-2401
Odenton Volunteer Fire Company 1425 Annapolis Road Odenton MD 21113 410-674-4444
Riviera Beach Volunteer Fire Company - Anne Arundel County 8506 Fort Smallwood Road Pasadena MD 21122 410-255-1314
Taylor Avenue Fire Station 620 Taylor Avenue Annapolis MD 21401 410-263-1116
Us Naval Academy Fire Department 257 Longshaw Rd Annapolis MD 21402 410-293-5775
The Fire Department will often block one or more lanes at the scene of an auto accident to provide room for the fire personnel to respond to the emergency. The extra space helps to keep the fire personnel safe from other traffic hazards.
You should evacuate your family and pets from the house. Call 911 from a safe location or a neighbor's house. Do not call 911 from inside your house. The use of a phone inside your home could ignite the gas.
You should safely pull to the right side of the road. If you are unable to pull to the side, stop your vehicle and do not move until the emergency vehicle has passed you.