Washington County Fire Department is a volunteer fire suppression agency with responsibility that covers all of the unincorporated area of Washington County. The department has 16 firefighting positions, 3 wildland engines, 1 tanker/tender, 2 utility patrols, and 2 inflatable rescue boats. Our department specializes in wildland fires but responds to all types of calls including structure fires, hazardous materials, traffic accidents, search and rescue, water rescue, severe weather, just to name a few.

 

Take a few minutes to review these firewise steps!FIREWISE TIP
Clear leaves and other debris from gutters, eaves,
porches and decks. This prevents embers from
igniting your home. Learn more by visiting www.forestry.ok.gov/firewiselinksandpublications
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WCFD invited all the candidates for Sheriff to stop by and introduce themselves to our firefighters. Candidates Aaron Vaughan and Jeff Fesler accepted and are seen here speaking to our firefighters about why they want to be Sheriff in Washington County. ... See MoreSee Less

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Washington County Firefighter Lena Goods obtained her EMT certification recently and was presented with her blue helmet designation by Chief Cox at the regular meeting last night. Congrats FF Goods! ... See MoreSee Less

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