The Cockeysville Volunteer Fire Company is a volunteer, community-supported fire department, and we couldn’t do our work without the dedication of community volunteers like you. Our firefighters and EMTs are volunteers with day jobs — they’re technologists, home makers, financiers, mechanics, managers — who come together to assist their community. And we want you on our team!
Join Josh Christina and Kata Hay in concert on July 31st for a fundraiser to benefit the Cockeysville and Upperco Volunteer Fire Companies and the Chief Elwood Banister Memorial Foundation.
Gates open at 3pm and music begins at 3pm. A variety of food trucks, as well as beer and wine trucks will be on site.
Ticket prices are $10 for 10-17, $20 for general admission, $30 for VIP and $10 add-on for an artist meet and greet.
Click here to purchase tickets. (mt.cm/JOSHANDKATA)
Did you know: More than 70% of our nation’s firefighters and EMTs are volunteers? And that in Baltimore County, there are more than 6,000 active volunteer emergency workers?
At our department, our members are trained, experienced and dedicated to protecting the community, and receive no compensation for their service.
Cockeysville Volunteer Fire Company has been proudly serving the local community of Cockeysville, Maryland for 125 years. Founded in 1896, Cockeysville is the oldest volunteer fire department in Baltimore County, where we provide fire suppression, emergency medical services, and fire safety education to local residents and businesses.
Each year, Cockeysville volunteers respond to thousands of calls for service. In addition to responding to fires, car accidents, and medical emergencies, we also help educate young people about fire safety, host community meetings, provide medical and fire safety support for large public gatherings, and help make community events, like bonfires, possible.
Just like any community organization, our biggest asset is our people. We encourage you to learn more about what it means to be a volunteer and join our team today.