Lake Jackson VFD is approximately 30 miles southwest of Washington, D.C., just south of the City of Manassas in Prince William County, Virginia. Our fire station sits adjacent to a private, man-made lake named the same, on a tributary of the Occoquan River. Our primary response area encompasses approximately 22 square miles and approximately 4200 homes.

Lake Jackson VFD is a volunteer department, staffed by trained volunteers and augmented by career personnel. It was first established in 1951. We are one of 12 volunteer departments in Prince William County, which has a total of 22 stations. Volunteers staff the stations of the County on nights during weekdays, and 24-hours a day on weekends and holidays.

To accomplish our mission, we operate 2 pumpers, one tanker, a brush truck, and 2 ambulances with capabilities ranging from basic to advanced life support for the community. We also protect the community with a Swift Water Rescue Team. We utilize 3 Chief’s vehicles and a Battalion Chief vehicle to assist our crews and other department crews on large-scale incidents. Lake Jackson, Stonewall Jackson, Yorkshire, Buckhall, and Nokesville make up the 8th Battalion of Prince William County

If you are interested in becoming a member of the Lake Jackson Volunteer Fire Department, please visit our Volunteer Page to learn more information and to contact our Membership Coordinators.

Operational Officers

Chief
Carl Hood

Assistant Chief
Timothy Mahoney
Kevin Wilson

Captain
James Gallant
Mike Martin
Keith Mitchell
Thomas Mullins
Samantha Warner

Lieutenant
Stephen King
Kayla Stannard
Caitlin Stauffer
Jeremy Toor

Sergeant
Laura Linton
John McCaulley
William Prados
William Shobert

Administrative Officers

President
Keith Mitchell

Vice President
James Gallant

Secretary
Mike Martin

Treasurer
Laura Linton

Board Member-at-Large
Will Prados
Jeremy Toor
Samantha Warner