The Fire Department in Woodland is truly a historic institution. For more than 125 years, the Woodland Fire Department has worked to protect its community from the dangers of fires. Today the Fire Department continues this community service with all of the modern resources at its disposal.
The City of Woodland serves its community with three permanent fire stations, each of which is staffed by firefighters 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Utilizing the facilities at Station #3, the Fire Department constantly trains to improve the quality and responsiveness of its service to Woodland.
In addition to fighting fires, the department attempts to prevent fires before they occur by providing educational outreach to people of all ages within the community and Fire Prevention services.
If you have more detailed questions about the Woodland Fire Department, including in-depth questions regarding the department’s history, services and statistics, please see the side bar on the left hand side of this page for further details.
To preserve and improve the safety and welfare for all by:
- Providing quality fire prevention and emergency services at a level defined and supported by the community
- Promoting community involvement on an individual and organizational level
- Providing an emphasis on partnerships for training, education and service delivery
- Planning for the City's future emergency service needs