• surfer dude
  • pony
  • fire engine
  • old cowboy
  • Chincoteague Parade
  • salt water cowboys

The Chincoteague Volunteer Fire Company is made up of a combination of both active and life members. They are all volunteers who provide the residents of Chincoteague Island with fire suppression protection, search and rescue and emergency medical services. These firefighters are dedicated men and women, young and old, who work year round for the best interest of the community and surrounding areas. Their efforts provide debt free modern equipment that matches any that you would see in any large city. All during the year the members work hard at keeping their equipment in top notch condition, work tirelessly at the famous annual carnival and take care of the world famous wild pony herd that inhabits the neighboring Assateague Island, all while still providing 24 hour emergency support service to the entire community. Between drills, maintaining certification and the above mentioned it is easy to see why the great American Volunteer Firefighter is becoming a dying breed. These men and women keep alive a tradition that is disappearing from the landscape of this great nation. For 88 years now the Chincoteague Volunteer Fire Company continues to serve and will continue to do so.

Recent News

Check out the
CVFC Calendar
for all Scheduled

Meetings & Events


2019 Major Events

 

94th Annaul Carnival and Events

June 28th:  Opening Night
June 29th

July 3rd
July 4th:  Fireworks Night
July 5th
July 6th

July 12th
July 13th

July 19th
July 20th:  South End Round Up
July 21st:  North End Round Up
July 22nd:  Beach Walk Day
July 23rd
July 24th:  Pony Penning Day
July 25th:  Auction Day
July 26th:  Swim Back Day
July 27th:  Last Night

Chili/Chowder Cookoff
& Car Show

September 28th
Click HERE for more info!

 


Forms

Dining Hall Use Procedure

Dining Hall Use Request Form

2019 Chili Chowder Cooker Application

2019 Chili Chowder Vendor Application

Temporary Event Permit

CVFC Auxiliary Membership Form
(turn in completed forms to Jack Bowden)