Welcome to North Warren Volunteer Fire and Rescue department located in Warren County Virginia.
On June 21, 1997 , forty individuals from the Rockland area met and voted to establish a new Fire Department for the northern part of Warren County. Officially known as North Warren Volunteer Fire and Rescue Company 10, the Company received its approval from the Board of Supervisors and a charter from the State on October 10, 1997.
After being granted a Charter from the State, the search was on for a place to call "Home" .During this search period and even after finding our first "Home" Monthly meetings and departmental business was conducted at several of the local churches. During our search , Mr. and Mrs. John Payne stepped up to assist the department. They donated the use of their building located on 522 North. The building owned by the Paynes became the first home for NWVFR.
By March of 1998 with the backing of Dupont , plans were presented for a new building to be located on the Dupont property. A plan of action , outlining the process for the funding and development of the new station was adopted by the Board of Supervisors for the station on December 20, 2000. Thus the building project became a three-way commitment between the County , Industry and Community.
On March 2, 2002 , a groundbreaking ceremony was held with members of the community , Company 10 , the Board of Supervisors and County staff , business and industry representatives, and the Lantz Construction Company. Construction began in April of 2002.
The station had its Grand Opening on October 6, 2002. Unfortunately , four months later , the beautiful new station suffered a partial collapse due to the weight of a February snow storm. Once again , Mr. and Mrs. Payne came to the rescue with the use of there building that was the "Original" home of the department. With the immediate use of the "Payne" building and countless sacrifices from members and the community, North Warren VFR was back up and running out of the old location within 36 hours, all this during the storm. The new station was rebuilt and another Grand Opening was held on March 26, 2004.
Today, Company 10 responds to approximately 1700 calls a year using a combination of Career and Volunteer fire and rescue personnel.
Chief - Reggie Fritts
President - Ray Warriner
Vice President - Dave Moler
Treasurer - Jennifer Horne
BOD: Reggie Fritts,
If you have used our celebration/meeting hall we would welcome any feedback you may have. In 2019 we are making changes so the hall has multifunctional use. This includes weddings and receptions, dances, business meetings, training classes, banquets, dinners, and more. This year there are plans to upgrade the bathrooms, curtains, new paint and maximize use of the commercial kitchen. The rental hall is a major fund raiser for NWVFR as we prepare to replace the Rescue/Engine next year at a cost of over $500,000. Please email email@example.com with any feedback that will allow us to serve you better.