Guns will be drawn at the times listed below:
The Huntingtown Volunteer Fire Department has 110 members with 80 riding members. The department is under the direction of Chief Timothy Clark on the Suppression/Operations side and President Michael Hardesty on the Administrative side. The first due area is approximately 45 sq. miles, the largest in Calvert County and covers a mix of residential, commercial/retail and rural areas. It also covers several miles of shoreline on the Chesapeake Bay on the east side of the district and the Patuxent River on the west side of the first due area. The area includes several grain silos, several day care centers, retail and commercial buildings and busy Route 2/4, the north/south corridor in Calvert County.EMS calls are handled by about 60-70 EMT’s and 6 Paramedics. Both of Huntingtown’s ambulances are International 4300 units equipped for both BLS and ALS.
Funding for the departments annual operational expenses comes from some county monies, banquet hall rental, annual fund drive and their annual Corvette raffle. Huntingtown responded to over 2700 fire/rescue and EMS incidents in 2020. The departments fleet consists of 2 engines, a squad, a tanker, brush unit, a jeep brush unit, two ambulances, and 4 command units.
4030 Old Town Rd.,