More than just a local fire department, the Mine Run Volunteer Fire Company thinks of itself as a family with a responsibility to serve their neighbors and keep their community safe. Starting in 1946, the fire company is in the Locust Grove area amid a mix of agriculture, historic sites, and growing residential and commercial development.

Members of the Mine Run Volunteer Fire Company are actively involved in providing firefighting, rescue, and basic emergency medical services as well as service calls, public education events, and delivering community risk reduction information. Learn how you can join our team.

Vision Statement

The Mine Run Volunteer Fire Company, Inc. was established to protect and preserve the lives and property of the residents of Orange County, Virginia and surrounding areas.

Mission Statement

The organization is organized exclusively for charitable and educational purposes through the delivery of fire and rescue services, which also includes emergency medical services (first responder) and community risk reduction through public education under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code, or corresponding section of any future federal tax code.

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The Fire Company is a major branch of the County of Orange Public Safety Organization. Whereas, in all well-regulated organizations, certain laws and regulations are necessary for the government, we the members of the Mine Run Volunteer Fire Company, in order to maintain a perfect union among ourselves, and to promote the subject for whom we are associated, do ordain and adopt the following code of laws for the government of our company.