Monongalia County Fire Levy

Election Day is now scheduled for Tuesday, June 9th. Please vote “Yes” for the volunteer fire levy! According to the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), approximately 82% of fire departments in the United States are either all volunteer or mostly volunteer. Volunteer fire departments rely on community support, such as fundraisers and levies, to provide service in the community. Unfortunately, the COVID-19 pandemic has made fundraising difficult if not impossible. The volunteer fire levy is a critical source of funding for volunteer fire departments in Monongalia County, and without it, many may not be able to continue operations.


The WV PEERS initiative was created by representatives of the WVU School of Public Health (WVU Injury Control Research Center and Safe Communities Initiative); Psimed Morgantown; Monongalia County Courts; WVU Collegiate Recovery; WVU School of Medicine; Morgantown Sober Living, Inc. and Ascension Recovery Services.

The WV PEERS program has been developed and implemented through a collaboration between Morgantown Sober Living, Inc.; WVU Health Sciences; and multiple Monongalia County community partners in emergency health care, law enforcement, court system, treatment and recovery programs, and harm reduction programs, in an effort to help reduce morbidity and mortality related to substance use disorder in Monongalia County. VISIT THE WV PEERS WEBSITE HERE!!!!

Coronavirus in WV

WV receiving its first confirmed case of COVID-19 was inevitable. Our EMS Division is on the front lines everyday working along side our friends at Mon EMS to provide safe and effective transportation of those in need during this difficult time. We are in constant communication with the Mon County Health Dept and the CDC utilizing best practices and most up to date guidelines.

As we move forward in the next several days and weeks to come remember all the first responders in Monongalia County that come to work every day, without fail, to serve our community. Most ambulances and fire trucks don’t fit through drive-throughs adding new challenges to what will be our normal for a while.

Please stay safe. Follow the guidelines of the Health Dept and CDC. Have any questions? Give the experts a call and get factual information. or 1-800-887-4304


Star City Volunteer Fire and EMS extends our deepest condolences, thoughts and prayers to our Roane County brothers and sisters as they deal with a tragic LODD today. We ask that everyone also keep them in your thought and prayers during this difficult time.

ECMO Transport Collaboration

At 5:15 pm last night Star City Fire & EMS was requested to respond to Wheeling Hospital for a critical transport back to Ruby Memorial. The patient was in such critical condition that it required the specialized services of the HealthNet 1 crew consisting of a critical care nurse and critical care paramedic; in addition to an advanced practitioner from Ruby Memorial Hospital. This call constituted the first ECMO transport for Star City Fire & EMS. It took the work of EVERYONE to get this patient safely transported back to Ruby. “Patient Care First” is not just something we say, it is something we do. Inter-agency cooperation at its finest.



“Country Roads Take Me Home” Follow SCVFD through the year of 2019 and see what the day to day operations of Company 20 entail. We are a fast paced, busy department that likes to play hard, but work even harder.

Star City VFD does not own any of the music in our video nor did we create any of the songs contained within the video. All songs and the content within them belong to their respective owners listed below:

Natural by Imagine Dragons / Rescue by Lauren Daigle / Take Me Home, Country Roads by John Denver / Yakety Sax by Boots Randolph