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City of Manassas, VA
Fire and Rescue

 Fire Fighters The City of Manassas Fire and Rescue Department, in cooperation and coordination with the ManassasVolunteer Fire Company and the Greater Manassas Volunteer Rescue Squad, provides fire protection and emergency medical services to the citizens of Manassas and the surrounding communities.
"Be a Hero, Save a Hero®"

Smoke Alarms have been proven to reduce the risk of fire related injuries to residents and firefighters.  That's why the National Fallen Firefighter Foundation (NFFF), with the help of Kidde Fire Safety, created the "Be a Hero, Save a Hero" campaign which is encouraging everyone to ensure their homes have working smoke alarms in every room of their home.  Also, families should make, and practice, fire escape plans

With the "Be a Hero, Save a Hero" campaign, for each person who takes the Alarm Pledge, and "Likes" or "Tweets" about it, Kidde will donate $1 to the NFFF and Help the Good Guys®, up to $10,000 to each organization.    

"Be a Hero, Save a Hero" began in November 2012 with a campaign centered around the CMA Music Awards in Nashville, TN.  Today, country music stars and the CMA continues to be involved by spreading the safety message. 

Fire Chief Brett Bowman Office of the Fire Marshal Fire and Rescue Operations Emergency Management Fire and Rescue Committee

Would you like members from the Fire and Rescue Department at your school or neighborhood event? It's simple. Submit this form online and a member of the staff will get back to you.

Contact the Fire & Rescue Department
  • Administration 703-257-8458
  • Fx: 703-257-2403
  • Non-Emergency: 703-792-6500
  • Emergency: 9-1-1

Headquarters is located at:
9324 West Street, Suite 103
Manassas, Virginia 20110
Station Locations
  • Fire Station at 9322 Centreville Road
    Ph: 703-368-6211
  • Rescue Station at 9322 Center Street
    Ph: 703-361-2030

Manassas Fire and Rescue