Fire Lane Parking

                $75.00 Fine ~ If you do

Northwest Communications

The communication center is staffed 24/7, with a minimum of two highly trained State of Connecticut Certified Telecommunicators experienced in public safety. 

Currently, Northwest CT Public Safety is serving as a primary E-9-1-1 Public Safety Answering Point (PSAP) for the towns of Beacon Falls, Bethlehem, Oxford, Prospect, Roxbury and Woodbury and the secondary E-9-1-1 PSAP for Middlebury, the Borough of Naugatuck, and Seymour.

For more information on thier services please view: www.nowestps.org

 

PSA

A national Public Service Announcement (PSA)premiered yesterday  urging motorists to “slow down and move over

Please take a moment and watch it.

News Headlines
Tue. Jan 20th 2015
Valentine's Day Sweetheart Ball

The Woodbury Volunteer Fire Department will be holding it's annual ball this year in February ~ on Valentine's Day.A ...

Read more »
Tue. Jan 20th 2015
Annual Christmas Tree Burn Held

The Woodbury Fire Department held it's annual Christmas Tree burn Saturday night.  There were approximately 200 peop...

Read more »
Tue. Jan 6th 2015
Annual Christmas Tree Burn

The Association of the Woodbury Volunteer Fire Department is once again accepting trees for it's annual Christmas Tree Ce...

Read more »
Apparatus Gallery
Contact Information
The Association of the Woodbury Volunteer Fire Department
25 Quassuk Road
Woodbury, CT  06798

Non-Emergency:

203-263-3100

Emergency:

911

Contact Us
Driving Directions
Map
Member Login
Username:


Password:


Links

Homeland Voice

Dennis recently launched this new website dedicated to homeland security. As Dennis wrote us: "The Firefighters and First Res...

Connecticut Forest Fire Danger

This link will advise you of the Forest Fire Danger as set by the DEP. If you wish to obtain an Open Burning Permit you mu...

Gowans-Knight Co. LLC

Gowans-Knight Builds & Repairs Fire & Rescue Apparatus Serving Exclusively: CT, MA, RI, and Eastern NY

Call History
Print this page
Subscribe to this RSS feed

 Call Archives: 



Sat. Jan 10th 2015

Saturday morning started out as a sleepy, cold morning but WVFD was quickly put to work by their neighbors to the north.Watertown requested a tanker to the scene of a structure fire.  Tanker 9 went in route was was diverted to main station as Watertown FD got a jump on the fire and did not need

Read more »

Thu. Jan 1st 2015

The Woodbury Volunteer Fire Department could have thought of a different type of call to be the first of the year but.............if they had to get a call on New Years Day at least there were some flames involved.The homeowners were away, but all four chickens were saved and placed safely in a outb

Read more »

Tue. Jul 1st 2014

Last evening just a little past midnight the WVFD was dispatch to a bale of hay on fire on Jack's Bridge Road.  On the arrival of Car 1, it was found that a entire trailer load - 200 bales - was on fire.  The farmer had cut the hay on Sunday and baled it yesterday afternoon.  The

Read more »

Mon. Jan 13th 2014

This morning WVFD was requested to respond to smoke in a home on Baker Road in Roxbury.  Tanker 9 and Engine 5 responded but were returned prior to them arriving on scene.

Read more »

Mon. Jan 13th 2014

The WVFD was requested to respond to Woodbury Ski Area for a incident on the tubing hill.  A youth had a possible injury to his leg and was on the slope between lanes.  The WVFD responded and stabilized the youth from further sliding down the hill any further and creating any additional in

Read more »

Thu. Jan 9th 2014

The WVFD was dispatched to a smell of electrical burning at 346 Main Street South around 3:20pm.  Car 2 arrived and assumed command.  He reported nothing showing but would give an updated.  Additional units arrived on scene and were requested to use thermal camera on interior walls an

Read more »

Thu. Jan 9th 2014

The WVFD responded to a request for assistance gaining access for a good and welfare check.  Chief Morgan responded and meet with Sgt. Roden and WAA personnel .  They found the person requesting access was at the wrong address and hence the keys would not work.  Once the party was tak

Read more »

Wed. Jan 8th 2014

WVFD was called to a strong odor of fuel oil in a home on Good Hill.  Car 5, Lt. Murphy was the OIC for the evening and responded.  Upon arrival he found a slight odor of fuel oil but could see know cause for it.  The first due engine metered the home and found no CO readings.  T

Read more »

Fri. Aug 16th 2013

Woodbury Volunteer firefighters were dispatched to a residential fire alarm sounding at approximately 6:45 this morning.  Prior to the OIC arriving on scene an update was given that it was set off in error.  Car 7, Lt. Gengenbach, the OIC of the night held all responders in quarters and co

Read more »

Wed. May 1st 2013

Late this afternoon Woodbury Volunteer Fire Department, along with many other departments, responded to Roxbury Fire Departments call for assistance at a large brush fire.  The brush fire is still burning at this hour and they are all trying to get a ahead of it.  Operations sound like the

Read more »

Mon. Apr 29th 2013

The WVFD responded to a residential alarm sounding this morning.  Car 1 found a workmen on scene whom had just restarted an oil burner that had failed to ignite on it's own.  The workmen was burning off the excess oil in the burner when it set the smoke detectors off.  The home al

Read more »

Mon. Apr 29th 2013

The WVFD was called to standby in Watertown's Fire Headquarters late Saturday afternoon.  Watertown had several of their engines in Waterbury at multiple calls and Woodbury's Engine 5 would have been the first due out in Watertwon if they got a call. Luckily it was a quite afternoon and

Read more »

Mon. Apr 29th 2013

At approximately 11:30 am the WVFD was called to assist the Woodbury Ambulance Association in removing a youth from Orenaug Park near the Senior Community Center.  The youth, who was from Danbury, was on a hike with his school last when he fell and cut his knee.  The WVFD carried the youth

Read more »

Mon. Apr 29th 2013

WVFD responded to a "C/O alarm sounding" call Thursday night. Upon metering the building, no readings were found.  The detectors were just at the end of their lifespan and the homeowner was advised they may want to replace them.

Read more »

Tue. Apr 2nd 2013

An earlier evening chimney fire took the department out to Upper Grassy Hill.  The quick response by the homeowner to call 911 helped contain the fire to the flue.  Firefighters were able to ladder the roof and were drop ansul bags into the flue and extinguish the fire quickly with no stru

Read more »

Tue. Mar 19th 2013

At approximate. 5:30 pm the fire department was dispatched for a possible chimney fire on Hesskey Meadow Road.  Upon her arrival the Chief confirmed with the first firefighters on scene that there had been a chimney fire in the flue but it had appeared to extinguish itself - almost.  Firef

Read more »

Mon. Aug 6th 2012

The WVFD started Monday off at 7:07am with a commercial alarm activation.  Upon the arrival of Car 1 she found that breakfast was a little over done.  The apartment had a light smoke condition that was being cleared through natural ventilation.  The alarm was reset and and all un

Read more »

Mon. Aug 6th 2012

WVFD responded back to Old Town Farm Road several hours after the initial call for fluids in the road way.  Once the tow truck and secured the vehicle back on it's wheels fluids leaked to the road way.  The fire department applied speedi dri and cleared the scene.

Read more »

Sun. Aug 5th 2012

WVFD was dispatched for a 5th time today.  This time they were out to a tree limb and leaves resting on CL&P lines.  The fire department investigated and reported the incident to CL&P and cleared the scene.  There were little sparks from the touching but the ground was wet fro

Read more »

Sun. Aug 5th 2012

WVFD responded to a CO alarm activation and found high readings due to a emergency generator running.  The building was ventilated and the reading brought down to standard levels.  The homeowner was told to have the generator and the installation of the exhaust inspected prior to using it

Read more »

Sun. Aug 5th 2012

WVFD responded to a motor vehicle accident on Old Town Farm road at approx. 9:15 am. The car was on it's roof but both occupnats were out of the car.  Broken telephone pole, no fire danger.  FD cleared and turned scene over to Police.

Read more »

Sun. Aug 5th 2012

WVFD responded to a request for mutual aid to the Town of Roxbury.  One Engine and crew and the Tanker 9 were requested to stand by as Roxbury was responding to a call of smoke coming from a roof.  WVFD was canceled prior to leaving the station.  It appeared to only be a furnace malfu

Read more »

Sat. Aug 4th 2012

WVFD was dispatched to a tree on wires and wires burning.  Upon the arrival of Car 1 and Car 2 and the investigation it was found that a small secondary feed to the home was burning.  The flame extinguished itself and CL&P was advised.  The FD cleared with no action taken

Read more »

Tue. May 29th 2012

WVFD responded to a transformer hissing and sparking according to the first caller.  Upon the arrival of Chief Morgan and DC Morgan they found a tree limb had broken during the brief storm that had just passed through and was lying on the power, cable and telephone lines.  The branch was s

Read more »

Tue. May 29th 2012

WVFD responded to a reported appliance fire on Grassy Hill.  Chief Morgan responded and found the element in the bottom of the oven and been arching.  The homeowner had quickly turned off the breaker, used her fire extinguisher in the oven and the fire was out. Firefighter moved the stove

Read more »

Mon. May 28th 2012

WFVD was out again, after just arriving back from an appliance fire they were dispatched to a residential fire alarm sounding.  Chief Morgan arrived on scene to find the homeowner looking for a reason why the alarm was going off.  She could not see or smell smoke anywhere in the home.&nbs

Read more »

Mon. May 28th 2012

As WVFD tried to put trucks, gear and hoses back in order from the structure fire and automatic alarm, they received yet another call...........wires down and burning. Cpt. Lampart responded to the scene and found a branch had fallen down on to the power lines and was arching across the low voltage

Read more »

Mon. May 28th 2012

As WVFD was in the middle of a structure fire on Flanders Road they received another call for an Alarm at St. Teresa's Church on Main Street.  Deputy Chief Frank Morgan diverted Car 3 (Capt. Corey Shaker) to the second call.  He also sent the Rescue and Engine 4 from the first call to the

Read more »

Mon. May 28th 2012

WVFD left their picnics, families and Memorial Day events to respond to a gas grill/structure fire at approximately 2:07pm.  A caller was frantic on the phone.  The grill was on fire, her husband had been burned and the house was catching on fire. Chief Morgan arrived on scene first to fi

Read more »

Sun. May 27th 2012

The WVFD had just finished marching in the Memorial Day parade and had not made it back to their stations when that were sent out to a car vs. motorcycle accident.  Luckily, it was very minor.  The driver of the motorcycle refused treatment.  All units cleared quickly.

Read more »






AmazonSmiles
Association of The Woodbury Volunteer Fire Department Inc
FF ~ Driving Mantra

-STOP at Red Lights-

Proceed When Clear.

-STOP at Stop Signs-

Proceed When Clear.

-SLOW Down-

So You GET There.

-Belt Up-

Avoid Ejection.

FOREST FIRE DANGER

Smokey Bear

The Forest Fire Danger Level  

Low

Burning Permits are not being issued today

due to the overcast and rainy conditions

For more information on how to obtain a

permit on allowable days please visit:

 www.woodburyfm.org

State fines for burning without a

permit start at $250.00

Over the Air

WVFD is now on air during Fire Calls

Listen in and hear whats going on

http://www.radioreference.com/apps/audio/?feedId=2978

Request ~ Please

Please don't forget to sign our guest book. 

We would like to know what you think of our site. 

We gladly take all suggestions.

Twitter
Recent Calls
Sat. Jan 10th 2015
Mutual Aide to Watertown

Saturday morning started out as a sleepy, cold morning but WVFD was quickly put to work by their neighbors to the north.Water...

Read more »
Thu. Jan 1st 2015
First Call of 2015 - Chicken Coop

The Woodbury Volunteer Fire Department could have thought of a different type of call to be the first of the year but...........

Read more »
Tue. Jul 1st 2014
Farmer looses Wagon of Hay

Last evening just a little past midnight the WVFD was dispatch to a bale of hay on fire on Jack's Bridge Road.  On t...

Read more »
Upcoming Events
Every 1st Thursday
8:00pm

Company Meetings
Every 1st Thursday
6:30pm - 8:00pm

Truck Checks ~ Head Quarters
Every Friday
6:00pm

OIC ~ Car 4
Sun. Feb 15th 2015
7:00am - 11:00am

Valentine's Day Breakfast
Mon. Feb 16th 2015
7:00pm - 9:00pm

Confined Space / SCBA
Sat. Feb 28th 2015
8:00am - 10:00am

Training - Power Tools, Chain Saws
Picture Gallery
Website Search

Search our site



Recent Call Volume
 Total
Dec-1434
Nov-1436
Oct-1430
Sep-1426
Aug-1425
Jul-1437
Jun-1420
May-1427
Apr-1428
Mar-1426
Feb-1426
Jan-1430
Total345

Call Volume History

Visitor Polls

How did we perform our job when you called for our assistance?