Glade Spring Fire Department
The Desire To Serve - The Ability To Perform - The Courage To Act
As the sixteenth Fire Chief of the Glade Spring Fire Department, it is my pleasure to welcome you to our website.
Every day the members of our Department stand ready to protect life and property in the greatest little town in southwestern Virginia..
Our Department not only responds to emergencies, we help prevent them by getting out into the community and promoting fire safety & prevention.
Matthew S. Jones
Chief of the Department
The Glade Spring Fire Department would like to Congratulate all of the 2018 Graduates whether it be from pre-school, elementary school, middle school, high school or college. Congratulations to each and every one of you on your hard work, and all the best wishes for your future. We at th...
Members from the Glade Spring Fire Department attended Vehicle Extrication class which was taught by Adrian Lowry of Abingdon Ambulance Service. Members learned how to stabilize a vehicle and removed patients from different scenarios using different techniques and tools. Please see our p...
Hi everyone! On December 10th, 2016 our Department held it's annual Christmas Dinner at Glade Spring Baptist Church's Fellowship Hall.A great time was had by all, enjoying delicious food and a slide show prepared by the members.An awards presentation followed, celebrating hard work by a...
At 1114 hrs, Glade Spring Fire Department was alerted to a call reporting a car on fire inside of a garage on Ramblewood Drive in Glade Spring.Upon arrival of the first unit, it was discovered that the building was fully involved. Meadowview Vol Fire Department was alerted to assist with manpower an...
At 2200 hrs Glade Spring Vol Fire Department was alerted to a motor vehicle crash on Rich Valley Rd. Report states a vehicle had left the road and was in a creek, with report of injuries.Upon arrival, crews found a single passenger car had left the road way, striking an embankment, coming to r...
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Weather warning signals are sounded when severe damaging winds or a tornado has been spotted within five miles of our community or if the community is in the direct path of a spotted tornado as issued by the National Weather Service.
A Weather Warning Alert signal is a 3 to 5 minute steady siren and is activated in the event a tornado or severe damaging winds are reported. This reporting includes a five-mile perimeter.
All Clear Signal
In keeping with the policy of the National Weather Service, the issuance of an All Clear Signal statement SHOULD NOT be issued by local government.
The Attack Warning signal means that an actual attack or detected missile launch against the United States has been detected and that protective action should be taken immediately.
An attack warning is a three (3) to five (5) minute wavering siren tone.