Warrenton Volunteer Fire Company
100 YEARS OF SERVICE
Warrenton Volunteer Fire Company has been dedicated to serving our community for the past 100 years with professionalism and excellence in fire suppression, rescue, and emergency medical services.
The mission of this organization shall be to prevent and extinguish fires, to maintain a modern and efficient Fire Company at all times for the protection of life and property, provide Emergency Medical Services in accordance with current Virginia Office of Emergency Medical Services Licensure, and to provide technical rescue and hazardous materials support in part of cooperation with other agencies and jurisdictions, while also helping the community, citizens, and visitors during their time of need.
🔥Faces of the Firehouse🔥 Meet Lieutenant Chris Sager! Lt. Sager's journey with WVFC began at the age of 16, and he has remained an active operational member for an impressive 13 years. For the past 9 years, he has also served as an operational line officer, exemplifying his dedication to the fire service.
His passion for firefighting was ignited at a young age, thanks to his father's influence. Growing up, his father often took him to the firehouse, where he had the opportunity to interact with and learn from members. In addition to his volunteer commitment, Lt. Sager has carved out a career as a firefighter for the past 9 years, presently serving in the Northern Virginia region.
In Lt. Sager's own words, "Working and volunteering as a fireman is the best job in the world, and I love riding fire trucks daily!" His enthusiasm shines when he's aboard a fire truck, with the ladder truck holding a special place in his heart; he confidently claims it to be arguably the best rig in the fire service. Thank you for your continued dedication, Chris!
About a long week ago, your wonderful caring fire department saved my cat's life... he had climbed a 55’ tree to save himself from a predator. The firefighter staff came after some lengthy deliberation about how to deal with the odd situation. All of you did a spectacular job of organizing a method to save my cat’s life. We are both extremely grateful for you all!
WVFC has top-of-the-line equipment, and has helped me better my career path all while serving the community I love. My fellow members at WVFC are like my family -- they even came to my graduation from Prince William Fire and Rescue Recruit School. It is the members and leadership of WVFC that have pushed me to become a better person and a better firefighter.
I want to say “Thank you” for choosing to do what you all do. Words cannot express the amount of gratitude and respect I have for all first responders! Thank you for taking the time away from your family to take care of others. Your hard work does not go unnoticed.