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Annual Open House
Tuesday, September 15, 2015 
Our annual Open House will be held on October 4th from 12-3! Come check out the station, learn about what we do on a daily basis and how to become a member! Demonstrations throughout the day! NEW this year: Fire Chief for the day! All kids who enter receive a free Chick-fil-A coupon!

ISO Rating Imporves
Saturday, July 11, 2015 
On July 1, 2015 Level Volunteer Fire Company received word that we were granted an ISO rating of a 4 from the previous 9 rating for the Eagle Rest(Aldino-Stepney Rd Area) development. The company is still working to better the overall ISO score for the rest of the response area. The new rating will take affect Oct. 1,2015 and should help about 150 homeowners with their insurance rating. The Level Volunteer Fire Company would like to thank Aberdeen fire Aberdeen Fire Department, Inc. (Chief Hinch and President E. Budnick) as well as the assistances from DES, Harford County Government and the City of Aberdeen. Media please contact Chief Hawkins @

Engine to HCC for detail
Friday, July 10, 2015 
Around 1030am, Level received a phone call from Harford Community College requesting a fire truck to come at Noon for their weekly movie day. Engine 112 loaded up and met with over 75 kids & adults and showed off the fire truck. Kids were also given a plastic fire helmet!

Passing of Firefighter/EMT Edward Steininger Sr.
Thursday, June 11, 2015 
It is with deep regret that the Level Volunteer Fire Company announces the death of firefighter/EMT Edward Steininger Sr on June 11th 2015. Memorial services will be held at Level Fire Hall on Sunday, June 14th at one o’clock in the afternoon. Please keep the family in your thoughts and prayers. Below is an obituary from his family's facebook: Edward Steininger, Sr.passed away peacefully at his home in Havre de Grace Thursday morning. He was 58. He is survived by his mother Ann Steininger, wife Joyce Steininger, son Chip Steininger, daughter in law Courtney, daughter Nichole Briney and her fiancé Drew Donnon, son Eddie Hawkins, and his grandchildren Mackenna & Nathan Steininger, Jaelyn, Emilie & Jason Briney, Alexis, Andrea & Jackson Donnon He is also survived by his siblings, brother & sister in law Franklin and Sheila Steininger, brother Mark Steininger, sister & brother in law, Debbie & Frank McFadden. Along with his immediate family, Ed will be remembered by a large group of friends and extended family. He was predeceased by his beloved father, Everett Steininger of Snow Hill, MD and his dear friend, Linwood Donoway of Newark, MD. Ed dedicated his life to helping others by holding the following positions in his community, Commander of the Northern Central District of the Sons of the American Legion, Chairman of the Casey Cares Committee, Chairman of the Toys for Tots Committee, and Chairman for the Wounded Warrior Project. Ed was also a Firefighter and EMT for Level Volunteer Fire Company. Memorial services will be held at Level Fire Hall on Sunday, June 14th at one o’clock in the afternoon. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations can be made in his name to ‘Sons of the American Legion Northern Central District Edward Steininger Memorial Fund, 3115 Orchard Ave, Baltimore, MD 21234’ or ‘Level Volunteer Fire Company, 3633 Level Road, Havre de Grace, MD 21078’

Sunday, May 10, 2015 
Kelly Miller Circus will return to the Level area on June 1st. Show times will be 430pm & 730pm. Location will be Legends of the Fog showground's @ 500 Carsins Run Rd. Tickets can be purchased in advance at the locations listed on the flyer or online @…/dates. If you need further information please feel free to contact us on facebook or @

Safety Camp Applications now online!
Friday, May 1, 2015 
“Play it Safe” Safety Camp applications are now available on line. Click on the link below to register your child. Please feel free to forward to all your family and friends who have children in elementary school. Safety Camp is July 8 – 10th from 0900 – 1200 each day.

Event Brite Safety Came Application
Paint & Wine Night
Friday, April 24, 2015 
FIRST PAINT & WINE NIGHT! MAY 20th 2015 Tickets available @

Recruitment Day Open House
Saturday, March 21, 2015 
Level VFC will be participating in the Statewide Recruitment Day Open House. Stop by the station located @ 3633 Level Village Road Havre de Grace, Md 21078, to learn more about volunteering. There is a position for everyone! Active Fire/EMS, Administrative, & Auxiliary. There will be hands-on, Demonstrations and much more! Applications will be on hand to fill out or take home and bring back! More Information & Flyer to follow! ****Note-This will not replace our yearly fire prevention open house in October!****

First Due Dwelling Fire
Tuesday, February 3, 2015 
At 0322 hours on Tuesday February 3, 2015 Level Volunteer Fire Company was alerted for a dwelling fire in the 3000 block of Whitefield Road in Churchville. Bel Air Fire Company and Darlington Volunteer Fire Company were on the initial alert for mutual aid assistance. Additional information received from the communications center reported a basement fire. Within minutes of the initial dispatch the call was upgraded by the communication center to a dwelling fire with rescue. Deputies from the Harford County Sheriff’s Office arrived at 0327 hours with smoke showing from a one story rancher style house. The deputy found 2 subjects out of the residence and still had one occupant inside attempting to fight the fire. Chief 3 (Ricky Davis) arrived at 0330 hours and assumed command. At 0333 hours Chief 3 confirmed that all occupants were out of the residence. Crews from E113 and TW332 found the fire in the basement and contained it within minutes. The fire was placed under control at 0350 hours and remains under investigation by the Maryland State Fire Marshal’s Office. One civilian was transported to a local hospital. Disaster Assistance and red Cross are assisting the occupants with shelter. Units on scene: E113, TW332, K121 , E113, E311, E211, E314, E111, A992, A393, PM14

Engine & Chief to Aberdeen for the Hotel
Wednesday, January 14, 2015 
Engine 113 w/5 & Chief 1 assisted the Aberdeen Fire Department with a fire in a hotel on Rt 40. The engine was picked up on the working fire dispatch for fire box 212. Engine 215 went on scene with smoke showing. 113 was originally assigned RIT duties, but was quickly relived and assisted with fire attack and opening up the fire building. Level units operated for appox 3 hours.

Engine 113 crew
   Engine 113 crew
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