Sterling Volunteer Rescue Squad
The Sterling Volunteer Rescue Squad has been providing emergency medical and rescue services to the community since 1964. It is a nonprofit organization staffed entirely with volunteers and supported by donations from other community members and supporters. Our goal is to provide high quality emergency medical care to Sterling and Eastern Loudoun County communities.
Sterling Rescue responds to over 6,000 emergency calls for help a year. To answer these calls, Sterling Rescue uses a variety of ambulances, chase vehicles, boats and heavy rescue apparatus.
Sterling Rescue's Service Area
Sterling Volunteer Rescue Squad is located in the suburban community of Sterling, Virginia. Sterling is located about 25 miles northwest of Washington, DC. Sterling Rescue provides emergency medical services to the residents of the neighborhoods of Sterling Park, Great Falls Forest, Broad Run Farms, Countryside, Sugarland Run, Lowes Island and Cascades. Sterling Rescue's service area is bounded by the Potomac River to the north, Dulles Airport to the south, the Fairfax County line to the east, and Ashburn to the west. Overall, our response area covers about 25 square miles of eastern Loudoun County, Virginia, serving a population or approximately 60-75,000.