Recent Calls
Wed. Oct 18th 2017
Busy day but thankfully no harm: Oct 17, 2017

Busy day started with a false alarm at the high school and two back-to-back calls, one false on Main Street and a furnace mal...

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Mon. Oct 2nd 2017
Smoke alarm town offices

Call out at 4am due to automatic fire alarm / smoke detector alert at town hall.Trucks 4,5,8,9 and rescue 1 responded with 24...

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Tue. Apr 11th 2017
Structure Fire

The department was called to a structure fire just after 5:30pm.  When the first firefighter arrived on scene, within mi...

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News Headlines
Sat. Dec 2nd 2017
Holiday Safety

Although Christmas tree fires are not common, when they do occur, they are more likely to be serious. Carefully decorati...

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Mon. Nov 20th 2017
Fire Report for October 2017

During the month of October 2017, the department responded to 45 incidents with an average response of 10 firefighters per in...

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Thu. Nov 16th 2017
Chief Morgan honor event at Greater Waterbury Rotary Club

Chief Morgan is named First Responder of the Year by the Rotory Club of Greater Waterbury.  The club honors one person a...

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"The mission of the Woodbury Fire Department is to deliver to the citizens of the Town of Woodbury the highest degree of protection of life, property and the environment that is technologically possible and economically feasible. This service shall be provided in the safest and most efficient manner possible."

News Headlines
Sat. Dec 2nd 2017
Although Christmas tree fires are not common, when they do occur, they are more likely to be serious. Carefully decorating your home can help make your holidays safer.Picking the treeChoose a tree with fresh, green needles that do not fall off when touched.Placing the treeBefore placing the tre...
Mon. Nov 20th 2017
During the month of October 2017, the department responded to 45 incidents with an average response of 10 firefighters per incident. These calls included two fires and ten emergencies. In addition, the department responded to nine hazardous condition situations with no fire, eighteen false alarms, a...
Thu. Nov 16th 2017
Chief Morgan is named First Responder of the Year by the Rotory Club of Greater Waterbury.  The club honors one person annually from each of the surrounding towns. Event is at La Bella Vista, Farmwood Rd, Waterbury.  Doors open at 7:15 am and the program starts promptly at 8am. Tickets for...
Tue. Oct 31st 2017
Hallowe'en, with the meeting room and lobby transformed into a community Trick-or-Treat Zone for children of all ages...
Wed. Oct 18th 2017
Bruce Alexander Lyle, 77, husband of Jeanne-Marie Warner Lyle, passed away Wednesday October, 11 at home after a lengthy battle with Alzheimer’s. He was born on June 22, 1940, in Rutland, VT., the only child of Dr. Walter I. Lyle and Elizabeth Grunshaw Lyle. He moved to Wareham, MA when he was...
Recent Calls
Wed. Oct 18th 2017
Busy day started with a false alarm at the high school and two back-to-back calls, one false on Main Street and a furnace malfunction on Hyland.
Mon. Oct 2nd 2017
Call out at 4am due to automatic fire alarm / smoke detector alert at town hall.Trucks 4,5,8,9 and rescue 1 responded with 24 total crew.Cause was overheated fan caused oil to smoke. Situation promptly contained /  site power shut off temporarily / exhaust fans cleared fumes.Town office opened ...
Tue. Apr 11th 2017
The department was called to a structure fire just after 5:30pm.  When the first firefighter arrived on scene, within minutes of the tone, he reported in the home was fully involved.While in route Car 1 requested Tankers from Washington, Roxbury and Southbury.  She also requested 1 engine ...
Mon. Jan 23rd 2017
Late Sunday evening and part of the early hours of Monday morning Engine 8 and Tanker 9 spent time in Washington at a large structure fire.  The two trucks were part of the tanker shuttle that was requested from Washington that need a large amount of water to extinguish the fore. Engine 8 ...
Thu. Jan 5th 2017
An early morning request for aid to our neighbors in the North jarred the department from their sleep at about 5am.  Bethlehem needed a tanker to assist at a structure fire on Munger Lane.  Luckily, the department was informed that it was under control and were returned prior to them arriv...
* In Memoriam*
In Memory of

Bruce Lyle

Past Captain, Orenaug Company  - Veteran Member

June 22, 1940 - October 11, 2017


 

 The Fireman's Prayer

 
 
When duty call's me, oh Lord,
Wherever Flames may rage,
Give me the strength to save some life
Whatever Be its age.
Help me embrace a little child
Before it is too late
Or save an older person from
The horror of that fate
Enable me to be alert,
and oh Lord, guide my every move,
for life is so precious,
please don't let us loose.
I want to fill my calling and
To give the best in me
To guard my every neighbor
And protect their property
And if according to thy will,
That I must give my life,
Then with thy protecting hand my Lord,
I pray thee, protect my children and my wife.

 

*FOREST FIRE DANGER*

Smokey Bear

The Forest Fire Danger Level  

High

Open Burning is
not allowed today
 
Please call 203.263.3120 if you have questions, concerns or
would like to obtain a permit for future use
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-STOP at Red Lights-

Proceed When Clear.

-STOP at Stop Signs-

Proceed When Clear.

-SLOW Down-

So You GET There.

-Belt Up-

Avoid Ejection.

Fire Lane Parking

                $75.00 Fine ~ If you do

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Woodbury Fall Fest 2017

Recruiting future fire-fighters and the hit-of-the-day at the Woodbury Fall Fest 2017: under blue sky and warm sun, the Woodbury Volunteer Fire Department set up a children's firefighting exercise. Youngsters suited up to wash away targets with a fire extinguisher, penetrated a wall, advanced a hose line, and crossed the finish line. See the photos for a sampling of a great day.

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Jan21010
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Mar3726
Apr21212
May11114
Jun11217
Jul 1016
Aug41210
Sep21311
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The Association of the Woodbury Volunteer Fire Department
25 Quassuk Road
Woodbury, CT 06798
Non-Emergency: 203-263-3100
Emergency: 911
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