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2019 Incidents
January 76
February 48
March 42
April 38
May 57
June 63
July 79
August 52
Septamber 58
October 94
November 60
Total 667

2018 Incidents
January 56
February 43
March 73
April 46
May 43
June 52
July 77
August 85
September 58
October 65
November 59
December 55
Total 712

2017 Incidents
January 56
February 28
March 47
April 45
May 42
June 55
July 77
August 55
September 44
October 53
November 48
December 50
Total 600

2016 Incidents
Jan 40
Feb 48
Mar 36
Apr 56
May 45
Jun 46
Jul 65
Aug 91
Sep 61
Oct 54
Nov 44
Dec 60
Total 646

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The tax office is located at 180 Beach Street

Hours are Wednesday 9:30 to 3:00

Further information is available on the Fire District Taxes tab.




Ladder 1

Member Dwayne Baker, June 29

When operating the aerial please be sure to run the generator to keep hydraulics from overheating.... (Full Story)

This Month (June) in WFD History

Asst. Chief JOSEPH FUSARO, May 23

6-8-1872- An alarm of fire was sounded for a fire in the Episcopal Church.

6-11-1899-First Firemen's Memorial service held. Tradition has continued for 118 years.

6-28-1902-Alarm of fire sounded for a barn fire at the home of William Segar of Elm St.

6-28-1936-Box 33 sounded at 2300 hrs for a house fire in Ashaway. The Ahrens Fox and Ford Brush truck responded.

6-3-1943-Box 41 sounded for a fire ... (Full Story)

This Month (May) in WFD History

Asst. Chief JOSEPH FUSARO, May 11

5-30-1895-An alarm of Fire was sounded for a fire in the Krebs Block on Main St.

5-9-1899-An alarm of fire was sounded for a fire at the Pierce Residence (Corner of Pierce and Pond Sts) for a barn fire.

5-11-1910-Box 57 sounded at 2220 hrs for a fire in the Barber Memorial Building (Perks & Corks) on High St/ Damage was estimated at $45,000.00, a substantial loss for this era.

5-8-1933-Box 33 sounded ... (Full Story)

This Month (April) in WFD History

Asst. Chief JOSEPH FUSARO, May 11

4-1-1889-Alarm sounded for a fir in the Porter-Loveland Block on High St.

4-30-1899-Alarm, sounded for fire in the Armory Hall on Main St. Damage estimated at $11,000.00.

4-25-1903-Alarm Sounded for a fire in the J.B. Eastman Grist Mill on Commerce St. Pawcatuck firefighters brought a line over a barge to hit fire from the river side.

4-6-1906-Box 28 sounded for a fire in Vose's Barn on Railroad ... (Full Story)

No Caption Working Fires

Chief John Mackay, April 04

Photo #1 is a working fire at 10 Pearl Street. Photo #2 is a working fire in a 4 unit condo complex which was started by the manufacturing of BHO. Photo #3 is a working fire on first 2 units arrival. Photo #4 is a single family residence with a fire stared from unattended cooking. A 2 year old was rescued FD and transported to R.I. Hospital with 2nd degree burns. Photo #5 is a tax payer fire started ... (Full Story & Photos)


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