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Chief Mike Snyder

Thank you for your Support! This week is Fire Prevention week. WVFD has given out over 50 smoke alarms and batteries to local school kids to ensure that our community is a safer place to live and work! If you would like to know how to become fire safe, please contact us or stop by the station!

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 WARSAW CANDLE LIGHTING NOVEMBER 21ST STARTING AT 6PM ON THE SQUARE.                                                                                  WVFD Chili Supper November 29th 4:30pm- 6:30pm At the Station.

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The Walhonding Valley Fire District accepts applications year round. Please go to the forms page to learn more! Jr. Firefighter applications are now online in the same section!

News Headlines

Tue. Nov 4th 2014
New equipment makes farming in Coshocton County safer.

This past week, the Walhonding Valley Fire District took delivery of two Grain Bin Rescue tubes. The tubes are several indivi...

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Thu. Aug 14th 2014
Gain Company

08/13/14 around 16:00 a large explosion was reported at the Coshocton Grain Company on Browns lane in the city. Fire crews an...

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Mon. Aug 11th 2014
New Fire Engine

This week the Walhonding Valley Fire District took delivery of a new Engine to replace an existing 1990 engine. The new truck...

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   State Wide Burn Ban 6am-6pm October and November!                                                                               Annual WVFD Chili Supper Saturday November 29th 4:30pm-6:30 pm Bingo to Follow                                                                Smoke Alarms Save Lives! Have you checked yours?




Welcome to the online home of the Walhonding Valley Fire District, Fire Company 7.    

WVFD Values: 

    Teamwork: Working together to achieve common goals 

      Integrity: Committed to the highest standard of moral and ethical conduct 

      Excellence: Demanding the best from ourselves and others

      WVFD Vision Statement:

We will strive to be role models in the community and leaders in our profession. 

 We will be accountable to those we serve, each other and any fire service organizations we interact with. 

 We are committed to providing the best public service through innovative training, education and equipment. 

 We will take the Fire Department into the future through productive teamwork, open and honest communication, and participative decision-making throughout the organization. 

 We are committed to our values, mission, and dedicated to our fire service profession. 

 Our organization is driven to provide a cost-effective and efficient Fire Department while honoring our values, accomplishing our mission, and achieving our goals.

It is the mission of the Walhonding Valley Fire District to provide excellent assistance and quality care while protecting the life and property of our residents.

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Help Us find you in the event of an emergency--Seconds count! Please make your house numbers stand out at the end of your drive or infront of your house!

Please Stay Safe this Holiday!!

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High wind Warning for Coshocton County 11/24/2014. Winds could reach 60 mph



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Recent Calls

Sun. Aug 10th 2014
Dive Assist with Tusk. County

Company 7 Dive team was requested to respond with Tusk. county crews to look for a missing male in the river outside of Newco...

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Sun. Aug 10th 2014
Motorcycle Accident

Rescue 7 responded to the report of a one motorcycle accident with injuries in Tiverton Twp. Crews arrived on scene and EMS a...

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Sat. May 17th 2014
Hay Bail fire #2

More hay bails on fire .5 miles from the first fire. 8 bails extinguished.

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Total 98 4

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Warsaw, OH  43844



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