2017 Year End report released
 
By Wagontown Fire Company
January 5, 2018
 

As you know many years ago, the process of releasing the annual Year End report has become a tradition, so as in years past here is the 2017 year-end report.

This year proved to be the busiest in the history of the Company running 380 runs this past year. Members of Wagontown trained a lot this past year and also spent a great deal of time fund raising to ensure we have the funds to continue to provide the level of service that we do.

This year saw a number of serious incidents, Members also continued the support with either staffing the station for events, weather events or special details that came along, all the while rising to the occasion.

Wagontown members pride themselves on providing the best possible service to the residents, businesses and those passing through our coverage area. We were fortunate this past year to be able to place a new piece of equipment in service the Traffic Unit in which the fire police use to assist them with controlling traffic at incident scenes or transport members to incidents or events.

One other important note is that our fund drive results increased this past year, this increase shows the never ending support of our residents and the faith they have in the valuable services we provide. This support allows us to continue to protect and serve and protect your property at a level you should expect. Thank you.

Attached are some action shots or events to commemorate 2017, A year of training, incidents and events.

So, in closing please continue to watch our website for upcoming events, fund raisers and safety information and again thank you for your support.

 
Attachments:
Attachment 2017 Year end report.pdf  (7,318k)
 
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35-8 back for a visit and posed shot where it used to park when it was in service.  Prior to Honey Brook parade.
35-8 back for a visit and posed shot where it used to park when it was in service. Prior to Honey Brook parade.
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