Fire Chief:  Matt Missildine


Our volunteer organization was started in the 70's in the Pike Road community with one 1957 American LaFrance (ALF) Pumper which was stored in a local farmer's barn. In order to put fuel in the pumper, the proverbial "hat" was passed to collect money from the community. In the 70's as well as today, the community supported the fire department with great fervor. Since we do not have the resources (or expenses) of a city fire department, supporting our department becomes a "win-win" situation for everyone. Only through community involvement and financial support can this fire department continue to exist. Thus far, the community has allowed for this department to grow from a one pumper department in a barn, to FIVE Fire Stations, with 5 pumpers, 2 tankers, 2 medical rescue vehicles, 1 brush truck, 1 education/smokehouse trailer, and a fire service/support vehicle. In return, the community benefits from better fire protection and lower insurance costs for homeowners.


For more information or questions please email or call Station #1 Monday thru Friday 8:00 a.m. thru noon at 334-271-1048.


Click here to visit the Pike Road Volunteer Fire Department's website


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Thank You!
by Montgomery County Association of Volunteer Fire Departments on 

Thank you to everyone who attended the 9/11 Ceremony. The event was a huge success and has received many positive comments. Thenks also to the County Honor Guard for their presence.

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