The Westmoreland Fire Dept. would like to thank the Invisible Fence Company for their generous donation of pet oxygen masks. These masks are a part of Project Breathe; the addition of these masks are another asset to our fire department and the residents of Westmoreland.
Westmoreland Fire Dept. would like to welcome our newest RAM member, Logan Strebing. His grandfather, Gene, joined in 1976 and is a life member. His father, Brad, has been a volunteer in our department for 25 years.
Westmoreland Fire Dept. responded to a report of a structure fire on Thanksgiving, November 22nd, 2018 at 1500 hours. Units arrived on scene to find a 1 story structure with a fully involved attached garage.
Please bring the kids and join us at the village green for the annual Halloween Parade, Wednesday Oct. 31st at 4:30pm. We are leaving the village green at 5:00pm, refreshments to follow at the firehouse.
The Westmoreland Fire Department hosted the 4th Annual Believe 271 Motorcycle Ride to support firefighters with a cancer diagnosis. We would like to thank all the sponsors, the Red Knights, the Believe 271 Foundation, and most importantly all those riders who came out to raise money for those firefi...
On Wednesday May 23rd, the Westmoreland Fire Department responded to a well-involved truck fire on the NYS Thruway in the Eastbound lane, near the Oneida Service Center. WFD was able to contain the fire to the truck and prevent it from spreading to the vehicles on the trailer.
Today, May 24th, 2018, The Westmoreland Fire Department took the delivery of a 2018 Rosenbauer Commander Engine. This engine will replace a 1995 Freightliner Engine #5. Thank you to Garrison Fire Equipment!
The Westmoreland Fire Department congratulates Lt. Anthony Scalise (Car 7), as BLS Provider of the Year, for the Midstate Tri-County Region. He was recognized by REMSCO, Midstate EMS, and the NYS Assembly.
On April 22nd, 2018 the Westmoreland Fire Department was dispatched to a fully involved barn fire at 6909 W Carter Rd. We would like to thank all Mutual Aid departments who responded and assisted us in bringing this fire under control.
This evening Westmoreland Fire hosted a NYS DOH Clandestine and Biological Hazards Class at Westmoreland High School. We had more than 80 firefighters attend and 12 different fire departments were represented, as well as COCVAC; thank you all for attending.