Lewistown Co. 22
Turkey Oyster Suppers!

Has been rescheduled for
Saturday October 31

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The Lewistown Volunteer Fire Company is glad to have you visit us. We've been proudly serving the people of central Frederick County, MD for the past 40 years. We provide trained, dedicated, state-of-the-art firefighters and equipment; and our emergency medical services (EMS) team is capable, responsive and well-equipped to administer emergency services when there people face life-threatening medical events, accidents or any situation where emergency health care is needed. In 2009 we were on duty for 508 calls a year for fire service, including 313 calls for Emergency Medical Services, with six pieces of apparatus serviced by 112 members. Our people are passionate about serving the community's emergency needs and thank Frederick County for all the support, financial and volunteer, for our services.



Father and Son Respond to Mountaindale Motorcycle Accident
Delbert and Steve Stull responded to an accident just before 4 p.m. Sunday, March 13, 2011. In the photo, our two firefighters are shown as the Maryland State Police Trooper 3 medevac helicopter prepares for takeoff behind the Mountaindale Convenience Store after they carried over a victim from a motorcycle accident at Mountaindale and Powell roads. Another medevac helicopter landed in a field off Mountaindale Road and transported a second victim. Both victims were flown to the R Adams Cowley Shock Trauma Center in Baltimore.

Tickets $5 each or 5 for $20

1st place Coachman camper
2nd place Stihl Gas powered leaf blower
3rd place Weed Eater

For tickets contact Wayne 301-748-2874

Visit Our 40th Anniversary Celebration!
Commemorative Basket and T shirt Available 





Ever Tried To Find a House In the Dark

Without  Clear, Reflective Address Numbers?


Order yours today from us!

Call the Firehouse at 301-898-9988!

Only $15!


Makes a great gift of safety for neighbors and family members!



Last Ride Honors Frederick High
Standing for Our Armed Forces Personnel
Last Official Duty, Truck #21

Lewistown VFD was called to serve at the funeral of Cpl. Kurt Shea, held in Lewistown's first-due service area at the Frederick Community Church on Hansonville Road on May 19, 2010. Engine #21, which had just been retired from service due to acquisition of our new truck, honorably served in its last official capacity as one of the escort vehicles for the funeral of Cpl. Shea along with Independent Hose Co. (ladder truck) and Walkersville Volunteer Fire Company. (Photo courtesy of