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Station 28 is home to the strongest Volunteer Fire Company in Anne Arundel County and currently houses two engines, a ladder truck, a Basic Life Support Ambulance, and an AACOFD Medic unit that respond to more than 5,000 calls annually.

The original firehouse at 1416 Odenton Road, in the vicinity of the current MARC Station, was located between two active railroad lines, and with the increase of train traffic in support of World War II, the company was often delayed in responding to the surrounding area by stopped or passing trains.

The original firehouse at 1416 Odenton Road, in the vicinity of the current MARC Station, was located between two active railroad lines, and with the increase of train traffic in support of World War II, the company was often delayed in responding to the surrounding area by stopped or passing trains.

The original firehouse at 1416 Odenton Road, in the vicinity of the current MARC Station, was located between two active railroad lines, and with the increase of train traffic in support of World War II, the company was often delayed in responding to the surrounding area by stopped or passing trains.

The original firehouse at 1416 Odenton Road, in the vicinity of the current MARC Station, was located between two active railroad lines, and with the increase of train traffic in support of World War II, the company was often delayed in responding to the surrounding area by stopped or passing trains.

OVFC Fire Station

1425 Annapolis Road
Odenton, Maryland, 21113

Emergency: 911
Phone: (410) 674-4444
Fax: (410) 672 – 0758

Rescue Engine 28

2004 Seagrave Rescue Pumper

Engine 282

2012 Pierce Arrow XT Pumper

Truck 28

2008 Seagrave Aerial

Ambulance 289

2013 Horton / International BLS Unit

Chief 28

2012 Chevy Tahoe

Utility 28

2013 Ford F250 Superduty