Recent Calls
Mon. Mar 28th 2016
Easter Ends with a reported structure fire

Just when the department thought they had made it through the holiday without a call................standby "structure f...

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Mon. Mar 28th 2016
Good Friday - Busy day the the WVFD

The WVFD had a very busy day.  It was suppose to be a holiday but it was one of the departments busiest days in a while....

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Mon. Feb 29th 2016
Leap Year Monday

The leap year Monday ended with the WVFD being requested to respond to Southbury, with our Tanker for a structure fire.It was...

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Thu. Jun 9th 2016
36th annual Father's Day Breakfast - SUNDAY

Father's Day is is almost here.............Don't forget dear ol' Dad!The Hotchkissville Fire Company of the WVFD ...

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Fri. May 27th 2016
And the big winner.............

What a great event.  Good times, Good Fishing.  And look at the size of this fish. There are 108 more photos o...

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Sat. May 7th 2016
Mel Snyder 11th Annual Fishing Derby - Rain or Shine ~ June 21st

The Association of the Woodbury Fire Departments 11th Annual, Mel Snyder Memorial, Fishing Derby is Saturday, June 21st. ...

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News Headlines
Thu. Jun 9th 2016
Father's Day is is almost here.............Don't forget dear ol' Dad!The Hotchkissville Fire Company of the WVFD will be hosting it's 36th annual pancake breakfast.You can almost smell the fresh, hot, cooked to order, pancakes already.  The cooks are warming up their elbows for ...
Fri. May 27th 2016
What a great event.  Good times, Good Fishing.  And look at the size of this fish. There are 108 more photos on our shutterfly account. 
Sat. May 7th 2016
The Association of the Woodbury Fire Departments 11th Annual, Mel Snyder Memorial, Fishing Derby is Saturday, June 21st. The event will take place at King's Pond on Rail Tree Hill Road in Woodbury.The young, eager fisherman wait patiently for the 8am cast time.  The anticipation will g...
Mon. Mar 14th 2016
 Woodbury volunteer firefighters Don Harris, left, and Steve Cunningham prepare a corned beef dinner at the Woodbury Emergency Services building on Sunday. Proceeds from the event benefit the Orenaug Volunteer Fire Co., which is part of the Woodbury Volunteer Fire Department.In the second photo...
Fri. Mar 11th 2016
It's almost that very famous "Irish" holiday!!!  The cooks are preparing for a good "firehouse" cooked meal.Lee Warner and Lt. Kurt Gengenbach are getting to work.Come support your local volunteers.
Recent Calls
Mon. Mar 28th 2016
Just when the department thought they had made it through the holiday without a call................standby "structure fire" across from 113 Minortown Road."  Now if that didn't get the blood going.  Turned out to be a pile of construction debris - luckily.The department...
Mon. Mar 28th 2016
The WVFD had a very busy day.  It was suppose to be a holiday but it was one of the departments busiest days in a while.  The day started out with a car fire at 7:50 a.m., then a MVA at 11 a.m., then an illegal burn at 12:25 p.m. and a CO call shortly after that.  None were major call...
Mon. Feb 29th 2016
The leap year Monday ended with the WVFD being requested to respond to Southbury, with our Tanker for a structure fire.It was a quick stop by the Southbury crew and our truck got home just before midnight.Thanks Southbury for requesting our help - we are here to support our mutual aid towns. 
Tue. Feb 9th 2016
Monday proved to be a slick day for driving. Luckily there were no injuries and the driver just needed assistance getting out of the car.
Mon. Oct 19th 2015
During the evening, while Engine 5 was still in New Milford, Engine 8 had just returned from Washington and Middlebury's Engine was still in town for coverage, the department got called to 22 Mountain Lane.Upon arrival Chief Morgan found cooking was the culprit for the alarm.  The tenant ha...
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