Montgomery County Volunteer Center mobilizes people and resources to deliver creative solutions to community…More problems. The center organizes volunteer events and collaborates with local nonprofit organizations.
The center is part of the Office of Community Partnerships with the County Executive's Office.
Rockville Volunteer Fire Department Station 3 380 Hungerford Dr # Der, Rockville, MD20850 Station 3 is the main station of the Rockville Volunteer Fire Department, referred to by firefighters as The Rock and…More The Big House. The station maintains six vehicles, including a ladder truck, two fire engines, a rescue squad and an emergency medical response vehicle. The Rockville Volunteer Fire Department holds Christmas tree and wreath sales each year during the holiday season with all proceeds going toward funding the department's four fire stations.
Rockville Volunteer Fire Department Station 23 121 Rollins Ave, Rockville, MD20852 Rockville Volunteer Fire Department Company Station 23 is known as "The Boulder." The station houses Engine 231, Aerial…More Tower 23, Medic 239 and Ambulance 238. Because of its location just off Rockville Pike, the station responds to all types of calls: Residential, business, retail stores and nursing homes. The station was built in 1963.
Law Enforcement Apprentice Program (LEAP ) is part of the Special Operations Division, Volunteer…More Resources Section of the Montgomery County Police Department.
The program requires applicants be at least 16 years old, pass a background check and volunteer at least eight hours a week for six months. This includes biweekly training for a variety of law-enforcement aspects. Training focuses on officer safety, patrol procedures, radio communications, traffic laws, K-9, forensics, crimes and community policing. Volunteers work one-on-one with officers in the field, at special events and in the station.
Rockville Volunteer Fire Department Station Three is the flagship station known as "The Rock" and "The Big House." It…More houses Engine 31, Rescue Engine 33, Truck 3, Rescue Squad 3, Ambulance 38, Medic 39 and other support vehicles.
The centrally located station services as support for the other three stations. The station also serves as the administrative headquarters for the department.
The station was built in 1966, long before the new Rockville Town Square was built.