About Killingworth Junior Volunteer Fire Company:
Killingworth Junior Volunteer Fire Company proudly protects 6000 people living in an area of 36 square miles. We
operate out of 2 stations that protect a primarily rural area. Our department is a public department whose members are
on a volunteer status.
The Killingworth Junior Volunteer fire Company is a support department for the Killingworth Volunteer Fire Department.
It consist of many young men and women, of ages 14-18. We respond to all fire, and motor vehicle accident calls. We
perform many fireground operations, such as setting up lighting at night time calls, getting tools off trucks, setting up
water suplies, changing SCBA tanks, and many many other tasks.
The Junior division is a vital asset to the company. It helps train the youth of Killingworth to be future firefighters. 6 of the
current officers in the KVFC started out in the JR program.