Public Information

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Fire and Rescue Department information is available throughout this website. If you are considering submitting a FOIA request, first pay particular attention to the news releases (use your browser's back arrow to return here), annual reports and selected statistics (use your browser's back arrow to return here), and station and hydrant location help further down this page.

Media and news inquiries must be made directly to the department's Public Affairs Office (PAO):
- During business hours (M-F 8am-4:30pm), call the PAO at 703-246-3801 or TTY 711, or Fax: 703-385-1687.
- During weekends or after-hours, call the Duty PAO at 703-280-0694.

Please select the appropriate form(s) from the options below that applies to your request. 

  • Fire Incidents Reports - FOIA Request Form (choose either format) (doc) / (pdf - fillable)

  • Injury/Medical Incident Report
    • FOIA Request Form (choose either format) (doc) / (pdf - fillable)  AND
    • HIPAA Authorization Forms
      • Please make sure to indicate your relationship to patient if not the patient signing the HIPAA authorization form.
      • If the patient is deceased, please include the death certificate.
      • If you are the administrator of the estate, please provide the Certificate of Qualification (copy accepted).
      • If you have Power of Attorney, please provide (copy accepted).

  • EMS Transport Billing
    Emergency Medical Service (EMS) transport billing began on April 1, 2005 in Fairfax County. If you need to request an itemized billing statement, provide insurance information regarding your transport, or have specific questions about your bill, please contact the County's billing service at 1-866-378-0419, Fax #937-291-0236. If you still have concerns about your bill, please contact us via email at or call us at 703-246-2266.

  • Data and Statistics Reports - FOIA Request Form (choose either format) (doc) / (pdf - fillable)

  • Subpoena Duces Tecum
    • Subpoena Duces Tecum (for Medical Record) - The fee for a medical record is a minimum $10.00 to cover searching, handling, and mailing expenses plus $0.50 cents per page up to 50 pages and $0.25 cents per page for any remaining pages.
      • Any summons issued for Medical Records requires a Notice to Providers and a Notice to Patient in accordance with §32.1-127.1:03.

    • Subpoena Duces Tecum (for Fire Incident) - The fee for a fire incident is a minimum $10.00 to cover searching, handling, and mailing expenses plus $0.50 cents per page up to 50 pages and $0.25 cents per page for any remaining pages.

    • Service address - Fairfax County Fire & Rescue Department, Custodian of Record, Massey Bldg. 5th Floor, 4100 Chain Bridge Rd, Fairfax, VA 22030.

  • Witness Subpoena Service Address for FRD Personnel for an On-Duty Related Event
    • Fairfax County Fire & Rescue, Attn: Operations
      4100 Chain Bridge Road
      Fairfax, VA 22030

  • Interview Request Procedure - Requests for an Interview with station personnel, regarding a specific incident, must follow the directions outlined in this interview request procedure (PDF, 35K) from the Office of the Fire Chief.

If your FOIA request is not mentioned on this webpage, you may inquire at the Office of the Fire Chief at 703-246-2546.

NO credit cards accepted. Checks and money orders are to be made payable to COUNTY OF FAIRFAX. Cash is accepted from walk-ins. Fees are non-refundable. For any check returned for Non-Sufficient Funds (NSF), a $35.00 fee will be charged.

Please allow five business days for a response to your request. You will be contacted if any delay is expected. Questions, please call the incident support line at 703-246-3992.


  • FOIA requests for information on sprinkler systems, fire inspections, fire investigations, or environmental issues, i.e., fuel storage tanks, are now submitted using a Fire Marshal FOIA request form found on the Fire Marshal's webpage (use your browser's back arrow to return here).
  • For inquiries about EMS Transport Billing, please refer to the Emergency Medical Services Transport Billing webpage (use your browser's back arrow to return here).

How to find the Hydrant and Fire & Rescue Station closest to your property.

Many insurance companies providing homeowner's insurance want to know this. You may be able to determine the location of the nearest station by using this map or the location of the nearest hydrant by simply searching your neighborhood and estimating the distance. Most homes in Fairfax County are located within 500 feet of a fire hydrant.

To assist you in determining this hydrant and station information, send an email request to the department's Geographic Information System (GIS) office via email. Provide the property address and your email address, and ask for the station name, address, and phone number that would respond first-due as well as the distance to the closest hydrant. A response will be sent to your email address.


















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