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2020 Fire Incidents
Jan 33
Feb 34
Mar 28
Apr 21
May 23
Jun 36
Jul 35
Aug 49
Sep 28
Total 287

Past Fire Incidents and Vol Hours
2019 442 10244.5
2018 477 10750.5
2017 430 7529.0
2016 311 3829.0
2015 206 3493.5
2014 185 5539.5
2013 210 7848.2
2012 197 6961.0
2011 205 7312.0
2010 182 20526.0
2009 209 18521.0
Total 3054 102554.2

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Welcome to the Official Website for Goochland Courthouse Volunteer Fire Rescue Company 5


Welcome to Courthouse Company 5's website!  We are here to protect and serve you, the citizens of Goochland County, with the highest levels of professionalism and care when you need us most.  Our highly trained Volunteer Firefighters, EMTs and Paramedics stand ready to be there when you call.  Our website is a work in progress and we look forward to making continued improvements so that we can serve you better with news, information and updates on everything going on at Company 5.

We are located at 2710 Fairground Road in front of the Food Lion shopping center.  If you are interested in joining us, please click on the Join Us tab above and one of our officers will contact you.  If you would like to make a tax-deductible donation, please click on the 'Donate' button on the Left.  If you have an emergency, please Dial 911.  We thank you for your support!

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Member Elizabeth Rudd, October 16

Congratulations to Courthouse Company 5 Firefighter Bobby Rudd! On Thursday evening, 10/15/20, Bobby was presented with the Dewitt Clinton Masonic Lodge Goochland County Fire & Rescue Company 5 Fire and Rescue Firefighter of the Year award. Many throughout Goochland County were recognized for their outstanding work and dedication to the citizens of Goochland County. We are thankful that despite ... (Full Story & Photos)

Slow Down, Move Over

Member Elizabeth Rudd, October 11

Too often First Responders lose their lives or become injured on the side of the road. These deaths and injuries don’t need to happen. Accidents happen, but there are things you can do to protect first responders. First, DDD: Don’t Drive Distracted. Second, Slow Down and Move Over when you see flashing lights. Please respect the roadways as we are out there protecting the community so we can all return ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Member Elizabeth Rudd, October 10

While fire prevention week may be coming to an end, remember fire safety isn’t just one week out of the year, it is a daily task to keep you and your home safe. Every home should have a fire extinguisher, smoke detectors and carbon monoxide detectors. Become familiar with how to use a fire extinguisher by using the PASS acronym (Pull, Aim, Squeeze and Sweep),
Mark your calendar to check all of your ... (Full Story & Photos)

2020 Fire Prevention Week

Member Elizabeth Rudd, October 09

This week you have learned that kitchen fires are the number one cause of house fires. Did you know there are some other ways you could be putting your home at risk? Heating and electrical are also sources of home fires. Be Fire smart by reviewing these resources to make sure you aren’t putting your home and lives in danger.

**Remember to check your smoke detectors and change the batteries often**... (Full Story & Photos)

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Member Elizabeth Rudd, October 08

All of the fire stations in Goochland routinely do public education classes for kids at school, camps, 4-H, Scouts and field trips to teach them fire safety. This year due to the pandemic we have not been able to reach out to our community as we normally do. During fire prevention week it is important to learn what causes fire, how to prevent fires and safety. Children are incredibly smart, but they ... (Full Story & Photos)

2020 Fire Prevention Week

Member Elizabeth Rudd, October 07

This week we have been discussing fire prevention. As you have already learned kitchen fires are a common occurrence, but so are burns on children from kitchen mishaps. Cooking is a necessary life skill for children to learn, but make sure you teach them from a young age kitchen safety. Scalds and burns can happen very quickly. 3 feet is a good distance to keep small children away from hot surfaces, ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Member Elizabeth Rudd, October 06

The best way to protect a firefighter is to protect your home. Unattended cooking is the leading cause of house fires. Pay attention while cooking, don’t leave the stove, oven or microwave unattended.

****Make sure to change your batteries often in your smoke detectors****... (Full Story & Photos)

2020 Fire Prevention Week.

Member Elizabeth Rudd, October 05

Fire Prevention week is October, 4-11 2020. Due to Covid 19 we are unable to host our annual Fire Prevention Open House at the station, but follow us here and our Facebook page
for information on fire prevention and keeping your family safe. Remember, Fire Prevention may have a week, but it is something we need to be aware of throughout the year.

Remember to ... (Full Story & Photos)

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