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December 8, 2018

Carol Sing & Torchlight Parade

Please join us for an evening of holiday festivities on December 8th. At 6:00 PM join us for an Old Fashioned Carol Sing on the Town Hall Portico. Nekita Waller, State Troubadour and Windsor gal, will lead the singing! Song books will be available so you can sing along! At 6:30 PM join in the fun at our Torchlight Parade as fire trucks parade in their holiday decorations. The parade will begin on Remington Road and will proceed through downtown Windsor. […]

STATE OF THE ART

The Town of Windsor supports the WVFD by providing the latest equipment to fight fires.

APPARATUS

The fire department is called to many different emergencies which requires vehicles that specialize in each type. See what is protecting your town by clicking below. […]

TOOLS & EQUIPMENT

WVFD has come a long way since bucket brigades and hand drawn chemical pumps. See what we carry by clicking below. […]

NEWS & EVENTS

ROTARY SAWS

As part of forcible entry, crews must be familiar with our gas and electric powered rotary saws. Company 2 covered some basics and worked on various metal bars to become more familiar.

October Burn Drill

The companies worked on Reverse Lays, Transitional Attacks and VEIS at the Bloomfield Burn Tower for the fall live burns.

Flamingo Inn

Drill at the Flamingo Inn before it was demolished. Members rotated through VEIS, and advancing a charged hoseline down a long hallway and initiating a fire attack from an adjoining room by breaching a wall. After the companies rotated through these two stations, each company was provided time to use the building as their officer saw fit. A big thanks goes to the new owner and Fire Marshal's Office who helped make this drill possible.