Recent Calls
Sun. Jul 19th 2015
House Fire.

Caller advised of a light on fire in the bathroom. Crews arrived and found a working fire in the attic space of the home. The...

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Sat. Jul 18th 2015
Report of Gas

Report of the smell of Gas in the area of TR 78. Nothing Found.

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Sat. Jul 18th 2015
Fire Alarm Activation

Caller advised of a home fire alarm activation in Pike Twp. Crews responded with nothing found.

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News Headlines
Wed. Apr 22nd 2015
Prom Promise

Walhonding Valley Firefighters went to River View High School last Thursday along with Coshocton County EMS, Conesville  ...

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Tue. Dec 9th 2014
Firefighter of the Year and Most Runs

Safety Officer Morgan Carey was given the firefighter of the year for 2014. Morgans dedication and willingness to learn are w...

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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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    Look Twice to Save a Life!                                                                  Address sign order form is now in the file section.                                         Smoke Alarms Save Lives! Have you checked yours?                                                        Beginning today crews will be in Warsaw placing new fire hydrants and water lines throughout the village. Work currently is being done at Main and Railroad Street. Expect traffic delays and watch for equipment moving.                                                                                  Burn Ban November, October, March, April, May 6am-6pm!                                                                                   Burning is not allowed in the Village of Warsaw at any time! Please contact us if you have any questions about burning rules.

 

 

 

Welcome to the online home of the Walhonding Valley Fire District, Fire Company7.    

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.

 

   Thank you for your Support!!    

   

 
 
 
 
 
Village of Warsaw Town Square Message Board!

No Burning in the Village of Warsaw! Ordinance # 2009-12                                              WARSAW POOL IS NOW OPEN! VISIT THE WARSAW WEBSITE FOR HOURS AND PRICES

 

 

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 in front of your house!

 

 

 

 



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Walhonding Valley Fire District
100 South Bridge Street
Warsaw, OH 43844
Non-Emergency: 740-824-3100
Emergency: 911