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A Plan for Public Facilities: Sustaining the Rural ... - Fauquier County

A Plan for Public Facilities: Sustaining the Rural ... - Fauquier County

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Alternative4 Figure5.2:FauquierCountyGovernmentOffices&Services ShirleyAvenueArea(2025) 1 Social Services, Mental HHealth lth Complex C l OR Dispose 2 Warrenton Rescue Squad 3 Reuse or disposition 5 4 Vacant School Land with Re-Use Potential 1 2 5 Warrenton Middle School 3 6 Warrenton Volunteer Fire Company Hospital HospitalComplex Complex 4 7 Warrenton Police Department 6 Note: The General Services Complex, School Transportation, Government Storage move to 7 bbyKristenSlawter K i t Sl t Stafford Property; School Nutrition Nutrition PlanningOffice moves to new Lee Street 11/24/09 government building. 1:4,800 Page 48 Town/EmergencyServices Dispose/Reuse Governmentbuilding

VIII. Fire and Emergency Services Mission Statement: The mission of the Fauquier County fire, rescue and emergency services system is to reduce threats to life, safety, property and the environment of Fauquier County residents through education, prevention, and effective response to fire, medical, environmental and other emergencies. A. Existing Facilities There are thirteen independent stations within the Fire and Rescue Association, of which three are solely rescue operations, four are solely fire operations and six provide combined fire and rescue services. Fire and rescue services are primarily a volunteer operation. There are approximately 450 volunteers on the rolls, of which about 250 are fully active (eligible for personal property exemption). The Department of Fire, Rescue and Emergency Services has a small number of paid staff, principally Emergency Medical Technicians, who work during peak periods. Generally, these County employees provide 12-hour staffing from 6:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m., Monday through Friday at the Warrenton, Remington and The Plains stations. Staffing of 10.5 hours per day, four days per week is maintained at the New Baltimore, Marshall and Catlett Stations. Recently, a new Catlett Fire and Rescue Station (2008) has been constructed on Route 28, combining the Catlett Fire and Cedar Run Rescue Squad into one facility, and major renovations/additions have been completed at the Warrenton Fire Station (2008) and Remington Fire and Rescue Station (2009). Construction of a new Fire and Rescue facility in New Baltimore is underway along Riley Road (Route 676). These facilities have been constructed using USDA Rural Development low-interest loans. B. Facility Standards / Levels of Service The County expectation for the time lapse between the dispatch call and the unit departure (turnout time) is less than four minutes for unstaffed units and 60 seconds for staffed units. Response time (the time from the emergency call to arrival on scene) varies in the more rural versus the more developed portions of the County. In the rural areas, the response time expectation is less than 15 minutes. In the suburban, more developed areas, the response time expectation is less than 10 minutes. The size of the County, its geographic features and dispersal of population limits opportunities to improve these response time expectations. C. Service Areas A 10-mile diameter (5-mile radius) circle has been used as a planning tool by the Department to assess station location, overlap and underserved areas, as well as for the planning of new station locations. As shown on Map 6 (service areas for the current fire stations), their locations generally provide adequate coverage for the County. The northwestern portion of the Marshall District, including Markham and Linden, is served by the Linden Volunteer Fire Company, located within Warren County. Middleburg Fire Station provides coverage for the area north of The Plains and Stafford County provides coverage in the southeastern portion of the County. There is some overlap in current service areas between Marshall and The Plains, New Baltimore and Warrenton, and Lois and Remington. A long-term consideration for the balancing of service A Plan for Public Facilities December 2009 Page 49

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