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A 911 call is made reporting a fire! The caller frantically waits as the sirens of the fire trucks get closer.

We need volunteer firefighters to answer that call and help our neighbors. If you think you can fill these boots click here. click here.

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We need your support

The Warehouse Point Volunteer Firefighters proudly carry on the nearly century old tradition started by our forefathers of answering the alarm, serving our neighbors and protecting the citizens of our community.

Click here to read how you can support your volunteer firefighters.
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Never Forget 9/11

We ask everyone to "Never Forget" the victims of Sept. 11, 2001, inlcuding our 343 fallen brothers and sisters of the FDNY.

Men and Women alike, have you ever thought of riding on the fire trucks you always see and hear heading down the road?  Ever wanted to serve your fellow citizens?  Ever dreamed of becoming part of the few, proud and bravest human beings on the earth?   Join TODAY!  We are always looking for new members to start into the ranks.

The requirements to be a Fire Fighter in the Warehouse Point Fire Department are easy to accomplish.  First, you must live within the Warehouse Point Fire District, or live close to the district if you live outside Warehouse Point.  You must be aged 14 to 17 to be a JR. Fire Fighter, and 18 or older to be a SR. Fire Fighter.  You will be required to pass a physical that will be provided to you.  All mandatory training  required in your first year will be done, this includes Blood/Airborne Pathogen training, HazMat Awareness and for members 18 or over you must complete Fire Fighter One Training.  All of this training comes complete with access to the incentive plan once your complete.

 

Everything you need is supplied free of charge.  That includes all safety equipment, training, and physicals.  We also are able to offer a lucrative incentive plan thanks to the town of East Windsor.  With the incentive plan the more emergencies and training you attend, the more money you could make.

We also take others who would like to be part of the organization but not have to commit to the training and emergency call outs.  These members, known as the Auxiliary, are a wonderful supplement to our department.  Men and Women 18 and older who would like to find out more about this use the information to contact us below.

squad238Squad 238

  • Arrow XT 67" Cab
  • 22,800# TAK-4® Independent Front Suspension
  • Series 60 Detroit Diesel 470 Horsepower, 1650 Torque
  • 400 Amp Niehoff Alternator
  • Frontal Impact Protection Package
  • Side Roll Protection Package
  • Command Zone Advanced MUX Control System
  • Two EMS Compartments
  • Two Hydraulic Reels with Preconnected Hurst Tools in Front Bumper
  • Long Body with Goretite Rollup Doors
  • Ladder Storage Between Tank and Body Side Sheet
  • Waterous CM 1250 Pump
  • 750 Gallon UPF Tank
  • 50 Gallon Foam Cell
  • Two Elkhart Bypass Eductors
  • Elkhart Vulcan Wireless Electric Monitor
  • Two 2.5" Crosslays
  • Two 1.75" Speedlays
  • Harrison 20KW Hydraulic Generator
  • Electric Cord Reel
  • Will-Burt Night Scan 15' Dual Tilt
  • Four Fire Kwik-Raze 750 Watt Floodlights

 


 

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Truck 138

Truck 1 is a 2003 Pierce Mid Mount 95 foot Aerial.  Featuring many custom designs to Warehouse Point, including "Warehouse Point" style steps, this Aerial is capable of it all.  With specialized rope rescue equipment, a concrete saw and thermal torch, no job is too big.  Truck 138 also won in its first appearance, "Best Appearing Elevating Platform" at the CT Firemans Convention Parade 2003.  Truck 138 is by the book Warehouse Point's, but Truck 138 is truly "The Pride of Warehouse Point"


engine138Engine 138

Engine 1 is a 1998 Pierce Class A Pumper.  Carrying 750 gallons of water, 75 gallons of Class B Foam, 250 feet pre connected 3 Inch line feeding a portable monitor, hydraulic ladder rack, and seating for 5 firefighters.

 


 

rescue138Rescue 138

This 1993 Pierce Heavy Rescue has just about anything a crew could need to serve the community.  Carrying the "Jaws of Life" and hydraulic cutters, an advanced rope rescue system, walk through command console, along with numerous other tools this Rescue will do exactly what its name says.  Personnel will be plenty on this piece, with space for 10 Fire Fighters.  Rescue 138 was named "Best Appearing Heavy Rescue" at the CT Firemans Convention Parade for the years, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000.

 

 


engine638Engine 638

Engine 6 is a 1989 Pierce Class A Pumper.  Carrying 1000 gallons of water with over 2000 feet of Large Diameter Hose this truck gets the wet stuff to the red stuff.  Carrying a maximum crew of 6 this is the lone pumper at Station 238.


 

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Duty Officer Vehicle

2006 Ford Expedition 4x4 Vehicle Typically staffed from 6pm to 6am, our duty officer vehicle allows for the quickest possible arrival of a department officer to take charge and assess the situation. Equipped with a fully operational command center, including computer and printer, that allows for the the latest information to be gathered for any type of emergency and organized for a safe and effective operation.

 

 

 


 

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Marine 138

This 1972 15 Foot Boston Whaler is quite the rugged boat.  Primarily operating in the Connecticut River, this boat can see water 1 foot deep to 40 feet deep depending on the season.  Everytime we go into the river during low water levels we may need a new prop for the engine, but the boat never fails us.

 

 

 

 


 

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Forestry 138

A 1969 Ford E-350 this truck primarily goes places nothing else can.  With a rugged 4x4 setup and pump and roll capabilities getting to a forest fire wont be a problem.  You will also often see Forestry 138 pulling Marine 138 to emergency calls.

 

 

 

 


 

engine238Engine 238 (Retired)

Better known as the "Super Pumper" by many, Engine 2 is a 1982 Grummen Pumper.  Carrying 750 gallons of water and over 2000 feet of Large Diameter Hose, this Engine is the ultimate supplement to get the water from the source to the fire, meaning safer, more effective operations.

 

 


 

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To email a member, use first initial, last name and add @whpfd.org

 

 

Line Officers:    
Chief James Barton  
Assistant Chief Richard Austin  
Deputy Chief VACANT  
Captain  (Station 238) Elliott Garner  
Captain  (Station 138) Mark Morell  
Lieutenant/Junior Advisor Jeffery Bryett  
Lieutenant Steven Ellis  
Lieutenant Fred Orris  
Lieutenant/Training Officer Jason Buden  
Lieutenant/Asst. Jr. Advisor Clifford Colson  

Social Officers:    
President Steven "Scooba" Jewell  
Vice President Greg Stewart  
Secretary Jason Buden  
Treasurer Richard Austin  

Firefighters:    
Firefighter Mike Balf  
Firefighter Kyle Bass -On Leave-  
Firefighter Anthony Dimastrantonio  
Firefighter Anthony Heriot  
Firefighter Steven "Scooba" Jewell  
Firefighter Chris Monroe  
Firefighter Dan Peeler  
Firefighter Andrew Shefrin  
Firefighter Eric Smith  
Firefighter/Chief Engineer Greg Stewart  
Firefighter Jacob Work  
Firefighter David Zelaya  
Probationary Members:    
Probationary Firefighter Torrie Ives  
Probationary Firefighter Chris Johnston  
Probationary Raymond Nieves  
Probationary Firefighter Dave Mathis  
Probationary Chris Cummings Active Duty - Air Force  
Probationary Nicholas Rossignol Active Duty - Coast Guard  
Probationary Joe Titus Active Duty - Marines  

Junior Division:    
Jr. Firefighter Jordan Garner  
Jr. Firefighter Zachary Orris  
Jr. Firefighter Jacob Rhodes  
Jr. Firefighter Jon Titus  

Fire Marshal's Office:    
Fire Marshal Richard Austin  
Deputy FM Brian Long  
Deputy FM Mike Balf  
Deputy FM Jason Caron  

Ladies Auxiliary:
   
President Debbie Nordell  
Vice President Jackie Norton  
Secretary Dodie Wirth  
Treasurer Lauren Schweitzer  
  Lori Titus  
  Dina Morell  
  Lora Colson  
  Gentry Carrubba  

 

Warehouse Point Fire Department Shirts

T-Shirts available $15.00

 

    Long Sleeve and sweatshirt $20.00

 

 

 

 

 

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Contacting the Warehouse Point Fire Department

Fire Stations

Station 138 - 89 Bridge Street, East Windsor [Google Map]
Station 238 - 15 Stoughton Road, East Windsor [Google Map]

 

Phone Numbers

Station 138 - (860) 623-7780
Station 238 - (860) 627-7880
Fax - (860) 292-8265

 

Mailing Address

Please send all correspondence to:

Warehouse Point Fire District
P.O. Box 738 - 89 Bridge Street
East Windsor, CT 06088

 

Email Address

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To contact individual department members refer to our personnel page.

 

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06-13-2017 13:00
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The American Red Cross Connecticut Chapter is making homes fire resistant through the Red Cross Home Fire Preparedness Campaign. At no cost to you, we would like to demonstrate some simple changes in the home that will help you protect your family against fire. In addition, the Red Cross will install a FREE smoke alarm within your home. More information

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Station 138

89 Bridge Street Google Map

East Windsor, CT 06088

(860) 623-7780

Station 238

Station 2

15 Stoughton Road Google Map

East Windsor, CT 06088

(860) 627-7880