The Brentwood Volunteer Fire Company combines professional training and advanced equipment with a strong community orientation. Local volunteers have chosen to sacrifice their time and put their safety on the line to preserve the lives and property of their neighbors. In addition to responding to fire emergencies and vehicle accidents, the department also performs valuable community service.
Our company had its first meeting on January 3, 1916. We were founded May 7, 1917. BVFC chartered John Grine the first chief in 1916.
The Brentwood Volunteer Fire Company Relief Association was chartered November 25, 1936.
The purpose of the Association shall be the preservation and protection of life and property from and during the perils of fire and other major hazards caused by weather or disturbances within the Borough of Brentwood and to lend the same assistance the neighboring communities when requested in cooperation with other similar associations.