About IAFF Local 3666
The Career Firefighters Association of Frederick County Maryland was chartered by the International Association of Firefighters in 1995 and currently represents over 400 men and women employed with the Frederick County Division of Fire and Rescue. The members of local 3666 respond to over 50,000 calls annually protecting approximately 667 square miles and serving more than 250,000 citizens.
Our professional firefighters and paramedics provide coverage at 23 of Frederick Counties 29 Fire/Rescue stations. Local 3666 members staff fire and EMS units providing fire and rescue services as well as both basic and advanced life support services. In addition to these services are members staff several support services that provide training and education (Frederick County Training Center), communications (9-1-1 Center), fire investigations and inspections (Fire Marshal's Office).
Our association is dedicated to ensuring our members are provided with all the tools they require to ensure the citizens and visitors of Frederick County receive the highest level of emergency medical service and transportation, fire protection, hazardous material mitigation and technical rescue services.
Over the past years the increased demands for emergency services coupled with the increased training and certification requirements have made it impossible for Frederick County to rely solely on the volunteer fire service to answer emergency calls for service. Like many metropolitan jurisdictions throughout the country, Frederick County established a paid fire department to meet the growing needs of the community. Today, most 9-1-1 calls in Frederick County are answered by career firefighters and paramedics employed by The Division of Fire/Rescue Services.
We encourage you to tour your local fire station and see for yourself who answers your emergency calls. For more information about the Career Firefighters Association of Frederick County Maryland and the services we provide feel free to contact us anytime.