Watch Hill Fire Department
Watch Hill Fire Department
2021 Incidents
Jan 8
Feb 4
Mar 6
Apr 8
May 13
Jun 19
Jul 17
Aug 0
Sep 0
Oct 0
Nov 0
Dec 0
Total 75

Past Incidents
2020 168
2019 160
2018 169
2017 124
2016 128
2015 133
2014 112
2013 140
2012 144
2011 178

Past Training Hours
2018 3553
2017 4063
2016 3635
2015 3841
2014 2699
2013 2591
2012 2265
2011 2379


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Welcome to the Official Website for the Watch Hill Fire Department

 

If you are interested in joining please contact us at (401) 348-8932.

For Watch Hill Fire District web site and information click here.

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WHFD Annual Fire Prevention and Safety Night Open House Will Be Wednesday, August 4th, From 6 PM to 8 PM

Chief Robert Peacock, July 23

The annual Watch Hill Fire Department Fire Prevention and Fire Safety Night will be held on Wednesday, August 4th, from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM at the Watch Hill Fire Station.

The community is invited to join us and enjoy an educational evening while learning about all of the emergency and non-emergency services that the Watch Hill Fire Department provides.

Our visitors can also check out our fun and ... (Full Story & Photos)

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The sun sets behind Engine 103 and Squad 100 at the last stop of the parade on Bay Street in Watch Hill
The sun sets behind Engine 103 and Squad 100 at the last stop of the parade on Bay Street in Watch Hill

WHFD Participates in the Annual Karl E. Kenyon Smokey Bear Fire Prevention Parade

Chief Robert Peacock, July 15

Local firefighters continued a tradition that was started more than fifty years ago by participating in the annual Karl E. Kenyon Smokey Bear Parade on Thursday night. Formerly known simply as the Shoreline Fire Prevention Parade, the parade was reinvigorated in recent years and was dedicated in 2010 to Dunns Corners Fire Department Deputy Chief Karl Kenyon who also served a long career as a Forest ... (Full Story & Photos)

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WHFD Obtains New Display Flag in Conjunction With Our Mutual Aid Neighbors.

Chief Robert Peacock, July 11

The four Fire Districts in Westerly combined forces and purchased a new twenty foot by thirty foot American Flag that is specifically manufactured with lanyards, grommets, and wind slits and is designed to be displayed between two Fire Department Aerial Ladder Trucks.

The cost of the flag was shared equally by the Watch Hill Fire District, The Westerly Fire District, The Misquamicut Fire District, ... (Full Story & Photos)

Firefighters from Westerly and Watch Hill practiced setting up and displaying the new flag when it arrived.
Firefighters from Westerly and Watch Hill practiced setting up and displaying the new flag when it arrived.

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Chief Robert Peacock, July 03

Please take the time to read Captain Perkin's most recent Ask A Firefighter article posted in today's Westerly Sun about fireworks safety tips.
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WHFD Is Always Looking For New Members

Chief Robert Peacock, June 27

Just a reminder that the Watch Hill Fire Department is always looking for new members!

One of the many benefits of membership is completing rescue boat training while enjoying beautiful sunsets.

To learn more, please visit our website or call 401-348-8932 or simply stop by the fire station for a tour.

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