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.


WCFD along with several local fire departments participated in a skills training event hosted by Ramona Fire Department this weekend. Firefighters from Oglesby, Ochelata, Ramona, Owens & Company, Collinsville, and Avant spent the day working through 6 different skills stations including Ropes, Wildland Fire, Search & Rescue, Medical, Pumping & Water supply, and Media relations. This was a great opportunity to train together and approximately 50 personnel were on hand for the event. We hope this can become an annual event and can include even more departments in the future. ... See MoreSee Less

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What: FF Skills Rodeo
When: Saturday - 29 August 2020
Where: Ramona Fire Department
Time: 0800-1500hrs.

0800-0915hs.: Review of Knots and Ropes
0945-1200hrs.: First Evolution of FF Skills .... (rotate every 30 minutes)
1200hrs: Lunch
1300-1500hrs.: Second Evolution of FF Skills ... (rotate every 30 minutes)

General Skills Tested
Ropes - hoisting equipment
Search-Rescue Maze
Backboarding and Patient Assessment
Wildland Challenge
Public Information and Media
Relay Pumping and Drafting Skills (Pump engine and advance hose line)

Contact 918-331-2710 immediately to register, we need count for meals!
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Some recent promotions/additions to our Officer staff for the Washington County Fire Department. Here is our current officers, Left to right; Kary Cox, Chief; Danny Wadsworth, Captain; Chris Bennett, Lieutenant; Eric Ashlock, Lieutenant, Lloyd Guatney, Captain, Chuck Kerns Deputy Chief. ... See MoreSee Less

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Amazing illustrations and education for the fire service from Paul Combs. Visit www.artstudioseven.com/ to view all of his illustrations. ... See MoreSee Less

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