The Loudoun County Volunteer Rescue Squad

  • Our Mission: The Loudoun County Volunteer Rescue Squad (LCVRS) is proud to serve Loudoun County with professional, award-winning delivery of emergency medical services. We are committed to provide timely, high quality, cost efficient service to all our citizens with our talented, professional staff. With the community's support, LCVRS will continue to offer innovative, technologically advanced solutions to meet and exceed the needs of our neighbors well into the new millennium.
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    LCVRS News and Updates
    Trick or Treat
    Trick or Treat

    The 60th annual Leesburg Halloween Parade, hosted and organized by the Leesburg Kiwanis Club, showed off many more smiling instead of scary faces. In keeping with their annual tradition, The Loudoun County Volunteer Rescue Squad showed of their new Gator while the Loudoun Rescue Auxiliary supplied candy and treats to the revelers. The Halloween Parade […]

    “Those magnificent men…”
    “Those magnificent men…”

    Children of all ages love an airshow and the Leesburg community was treated to a vast display of aeronautical engineering at the executive airport on Saturday Sept. 24. Aerial Acrobatics, skydiving and remote controlled aircraft graced the local skies dazzling the young and old. This great community event offered The Loudoun County Volunteer Rescue Squad […]

    Raising Awareness
    Raising Awareness

    DC Wine Country’s Divas Half Marathon went off as scheduled at Tarara Winery on Saturday Sept. 24. The back roads of Lucketts were overrun by 1200 participants helping to raise awareness to fight breast cancer. Through the cooperation of many public safety organizations and first responders, the event ended on a positive note with very […]

    Gratitude
    Gratitude

    Residents of Madison House presented a donation for the tireless efforts bestowed on them by members of the rescue squad. Each had their own story of how the squad came to help in their hour of need. “You guys are always there, you should have your own room.” In gratitude for their service, Madison House […]

    A moment of silence
    A moment of silence

    In a show of unity, the Loudoun County Fire and Rescue Combined System assembled on the town green to remember all that perished on September 11 fifteen years ago. Mayor Dave Butler provided inspiration and hope by identifying courageous individuals who personally experienced the horror of that day. With bagpipes and color guard setting the […]