About Us

Harvest Volunteer Fire Department is 100% volunteer. We have been serving Madison County since 1973. HVFD is responsible for 26 square miles and serves an estimated population of 18,000 people. HVFD operates out of 3 stations and is home to one of the largest high schools in Alabama. We set our expectations higher than most because we want to provide the best Fire & EMS services to the citizens of Harvest.

Comprised of 30 members, we all come from different lines of work, from welders, electricians, nurses, businessman, and many others - coming together to protect the people and the property of the community. "Citizens over Self"

How We Serve

Over the years our community has grown which in return has increased our number of calls per year. HVFD responds on different types of calls such as

  • Structure fires involving residences and businesses.

  • Medical calls pertaining to trauma, cardiac arrests, difficulty breathing etc.

  • Vehicle Accidents with injuries or entrapment. 

  • Rescue Operations that involve people being trapped.

  • Assisting citizens with falls, power lines down, flooding

  • Hazardous Material Mitigation

Not only does HVFD serve our community in those ways we also serve by being present in the community at parades, events, or school presentations. Our main goal is providing the best service to our community. "Citizens over Self"​

How You Can Help

HVFD is always looking for hard working and dedicated people to serve along side us. If you would like to join our department and family visit our Join tab and download a application. We look forward to meeting you! "Citizens over Self"

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