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WFD: Be Fire Safe

Local News News & Updates

     The Warwick Fire Department (WFD) reports that for the week ending Sun., Dec. 8, the WFD has responded to 425 calls for service to date.

     On Mon., Dec. 2, the WFD responded to multiple calls during the recent snowstorms. The WFD hopes the community is safe and continues to remain safe during upcoming storms. On Tues., Dec. 3, the WFD held its monthly scheduled meetings at their respective stations. During the meetings, the companies held annual Fire Officer and Civil elections.  Congratulations to all newly elected Line and Civil Officers!

     On Wed., Dec. 4, the WFD Police held its monthly meeting and election.  Congratulations to newly elected Fire Police Officers. Also on Dec. 4, the WFD held its Annual Department Elections. Congratulations to newly elected Fire Chief Officers and to the Department Civil Officers. On Sat., Dec. 7, the Excelsiors and the WFD Fire Police participated in the Washingtonville Fire Department Christmas Parade.

Join the Warwick EMS

     The Warwick EMS Ambulance Service, located on South St. Ext. in Warwick, need members to join their ranks. Individuals 18 years of age or older are eligible. For more information contact the Warwick EMS at 986-4047,, stop at the bay on the first Saturday of the month from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. or attend their meeting on the third Wednesday of the month at 7 p.m.

Warwick Fire Prevention Report

      The Warwick Fire Prevention team asks that residents remember to change the batteries in their smoke and carbon monoxide detectors and to have homes and vehicles serviced for the winter by a qualified reputable business. Check boilers, water heaters and chimneys. Remember to always be Warwick Fire Safe!

      Here are some safety tips: While cooking no loose clothing or towels or unattended items by an open flame. While driving in inclement weather only do so if you need to be out.  Leave space between you and other vehicles. Have your vehicle serviced and check tires. Leave safe travel time to get to your destination.

      To avoid any holiday fires follow these tips:

     Keep decorations or any other flammable items at least three feet away from open flame and heat sources. Inspect all decorations to ensure they do not have any frayed or pinched wires and discard any worn decorations. Never leave cooking equipment unattended and turn off burners if you have to leave the room. Never leave a space heater unattended and turn it off when you’re leaving a room or going to sleep. Never let pets or children play too close to a space heater. Water Christmas trees daily and discard trees when they are dry and begin to drop needles.

      Check out or for loads of educational resources to make sure that every person knows what to do in case of a fire.

Accepting New Members

      The WFD is accepting new members. For more information   send an email to, follow the WFD on Facebook or Instagram, or call 986-3473.

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