New Holland Fire Department currently has 3 Fire Stations, 2 Training Facilities, 5 Fire Engines, 2 Brush Trucks, 1 Heavy Rescue, 1 Tanker, and 1 Command Vehicle.
Our department has 31 current members that serve in roles including: Officers, Firefighters, Emergency FIrst Responders, Support I, Support II, and Board Members.
Why New Holland Volunteer Fire Department?
We like to say everyone is welcome at New Holland Fire. We have a variety of positions that are vital to our department beyond fighting fires. We are family-centered and like to think we exemplify the Fire Fighter creed of “Brotherhood Above All”.
The mission of the New Holland Fire Department is to protect the lives and property of the citizens of District 18 and Aiken County from fires, natural disasters, and hazardous material incidents; to prevent fire through prevention and education programs; and to provide a volunteer environment that values cultural diversity and is free of harassment and discrimination.
The vision of the New Holland Fire Department is to be known as a community-focused, family-centered, value-driven organization. We will continue to meet the needs of District 18 citizens by providing the highest possible fire protection and emergency service through our dedication to training and the community that we so proudly serve.
Honor: We value the honor of being part of an organization and profession that is trusted by the community.
Duty: We value the sense of duty and responsibility we feel in serving our community.
Courage: We value the courage our members show in serving with integrity and excellence.
Tradition: We Value the long tradition of the Fire Service and seek to uphold the reputation of our department in everything we do.