Williston Fire Department

2021 Incidents
Jan 336
Feb 338
Mar 358
Apr 325
May 245
Jun 0
Jul 0
Aug 0
Sep 0
Oct 0
Nov 0
Dec 0
Total 1602

2015 Incidents
Jan 273
Feb 224
Mar 250
Apr 240
May 210
Jun 216
Jul 261
Aug 248
Sep 238
Oct 238
Nov 226
Dec 244
Total 2868

2016 Incidents
Jan 276
Feb 237
Mar 235
Apr 188
May 246
Jun 242
Jul 238
Aug 247
Sept 232
Oct 258
Nov 220
Dec 272
Total 2891

2017 Incidents
Jan 242
Feb 201
March 227
Apr 242
May 251
Jun 241
Jul 279
Aug 262
Sept 250
Oct 270
Nov 272
Dec 284
Total 3021

2018 Incidents
Jan 307
Feb 295
Mar 304
Apr 287
May 306
Jun 298
Jul 316
Aug 330
Sept 324
Oct 301
Nov 303
Dec 282
Total 3653

2019 Incidents
Jan 330
Feb 339
Mar 333
Apr 317
May 327
Jun 350
Jul 377
Aug 340
Sept 377
Oct 374
Nov 377
Dec 397
Total 4238

2020 Incidents
Jan 453
Feb 350
Mar 373
Apr 291
May 292
Jun 320
Jul 387
Aug 368
Sept 359
Oct 351
Nov 380
Dec 355
Total 4279

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Member Earnest Theetge, March 31

All too often I hear people ask “Now why did they have to go and cut a hole in the roof.” This is a subject that is often tricky in the fire service and must be completed in a group effort, with communications from the incident command, interior firefighters, and roof operations. So what does ventilation do on the inside of the structure? First of all our main goal in the fire service is life over ... (Full Story & Photos)

WFD Station 4: Did you know?

Member Craig Moen, March 12

When you think about air travel you probably think about TSA security checks, getting boarding passes, checking luggage or maybe just stepping off the plane to warm tropical air, or the smiles from loved ones waiting to pick you up. Something you most likely never give any thought to is, who responds to the airport if there’s an emergency with the plane? Air travel is an extremely safe way to travel ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Member Jason Catrambone, January 30

The ISFSI Live Fire Fixed Facility Instructor Credential Program is a unique blend of distance learning and an intense three-day hands-on academy. The course focuses on the responsibilities of instructors charged with important safety duties as live fire instructors. This course is based on the NFPA 1403 Standard on Live Fire Trainging. Students will complete an extensive on-line course prior to the ... (Full Story & Photos)

Stop the Bleed Charity Drive!

Member Emily Hughes, January 03

Uncontrolled bleeding is the number one cause of preventable death from traumatic injuries, so it is important that our school staff have the supplies needed to help our children in the event of an emergency.

You can help by donating a kit ($25, $50, or $100) designed for these emergencies through a Stop the Bleed charity campaign (runs until Thursday, February 14).

For more details and to donate: ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Member Robert Kiser, December 04

The holiday season is a time where fire safety is extremely important. Decorations, extension cords, live trees and garland, candles, strings of lights, and holiday cooking greatly increase the risk for residential fires. The Williston Fire Department has initiated the “Keep The Wreath Green” program to help remind residents to practice fire safety, and to really be mindful of potential fire hazards ... (Full Story)


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