We will be selling patches for our 70th Anniversary. We have a commerative patch for $2, our original 1951 logo for $4, and Rescue Squad for $2. An online ordering page with PayPal is coming soon, or ask any TMVFD firefighter for details.
We are an all-volunteer fire department. This means that no one receives money for work. We do get the simple gratification of helping our friends and neighbors in our community.
What is needed to join:
Must be 18 years of age.
Must live in the response area of the Tyler Mountain Fire Department
Must have a valid drivers license.
Meet with the chief to receive your application.
After you join, you will be trained in several classes or if you have been a member of another fire department you will need the basic classes before responding on first-due apparatus.
If you would like to join:
Click the link below and a PDF Application will open.
Click Here for Printable Application
Fill in your information and email to: email@example.com
or feel free to Print it and do any of the following:
Bring it to the Fire Station on Monday Night between 7pm and 9pn and speak to our fire chief
or You can bring it into the Fire Station at any time and leave it in the Mail Box inside the Fire Station door.
or Mail it to :
TMVFD Fire Chief
P.O. Box 7537
Cross Lanes WV 25356
If you have NO way to Print Application from our site You can also come out on any Monday Evening between 7pm and 9pm and pick up an application.
The Tyler Mountain Volunteer Fire Department was established in 1951 and is located at 5380 Big Tyler Road in Cross Lanes, WV. It serves the Tyler Mountain and Cross Lanes area. Our station has only had five fire chiefs since we first opened our doors. They are Lester Casto “Pop Casto”, Russell Thaxton, David S. Martin, Jeff Thaxton and the current chief, Justin Alford. We serve about 26,000 citizens in the Tyler Mountain and Cross Lanes area.
We provide several different types of services:
We operate out of one station with two Engines, two Rescue/Engines, Tanker, Brush Truck, UTV with trailer for search and rescue, and two medical Pickup Trucks.
Tyler Mountain Volunteer Fire Department is also proud to be affiliated with several other organizations:
Kanawha County Firefighter Mutual Aid Association
West Virginia State Firefighters Association
Kanawha Putnam Emergency Planning Council