In 1978, the Reynolds Store Volunteer Fire Company was formed in the northern part of Frederick County after a study was done by the Lord Fairfax Planning District regarding the shortage of fire services in the area. The station was built two years later, with several additions built onto it over the past years. The station ran first responders to assist other EMS agencies with medical emergencies until the mid-1990's when an ambulance that originally belonged to the defunct Timber Ridge Volunteer Rescue Squad was acquired by Reynolds Store. Today, over 30 volunteers staff the station 24 hours-a-day, with two career personnel assigned to the station Monday - Friday, 6 a.m. until 4 p.m.
The station's apparatus includes:
- 2 BLS (Basic Life Support) ambulances
- A Fire Engine
- A Rescue Engine to assist with Vehicle Accident Extrication
- A Tanker
- 2 brush trucks for woods/ grass fires