Neersville Volunteer Fire and Rescue began in 1976 as a sub-station of Round Hill. It housed a borrowed ambulance in a neighbor’s driveway until the community members built its community building to house the ambulance. Two years later it became the Neersville Volunteer Rescue Squad, and in July 1979 it became Neersville Volunteer Fire and Rescue Company
In 2013, Neersville Volunteer Fire and Rescue Company 16 was dissolved and Loudoun County Fire and Rescue created Company 26 in it’s place. In November of 2014, the Loudoun Heights Public Safety Center/Station 26 opened for service.
Station 26 houses a fire engine, 3,000 gallon tanker and basic life support ambulance that are staffed twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week by career personnel from Loudoun County Fire and Rescue.