Welcome to the Woodburn Fire Department 

 

Station 50, Warren County, Ky.

  

 

   The Woodburn Fire Department, established in 1962, serves southern Warren County, Ky. About 25 volunteers responding from two stations provide fire, rescue and first responder services, averaging more than 400 calls a year.  Our coverage area is approximately 50 sq. mi. and with a population well over 10,000.  WFD covers everything from subdivisions to farmland to commercial properties.  WFD has a ISO rating of a class 6

   WFD is funded primarily through dues paid by district members, support from Warren Fiscal Court and through an annual ice cream supper in August and a pancake breakfast in the spring.

 Station 1 is located at 900 Woodburn-Allen Springs, Woodburn. Station 2 is located at 7055 Nashville Road, Bowling Green.

   For more information, contact the station at (270) 529-2301.

Chief: Bob Skipper

Asst. Chief: Jerry Travelstead

Asst. Chief: Chris Krohn

Capt.: David Oliver

Lt.: Bryan Cox

Lt.: Ryan Cox

Lt.: Kyle Perry


 

County-Wide Burn Ban Lifted

The county-wide burn ban in Warren County has been lifted. However, fall fire season began Oct. 1 and runs through Dec. 15. The Commonwealth’s 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. Burning Law (KRS149.400) prohibits burning before 6 p.m. if the fire is in, or within 150 feet of, woodland, brushland or fields containing dry grass or other flammable materials. More information is available at https://kydep.wordpress.com/2019/09/30/fall-wildfire-hazard-season-begins-october-1/.
 

 

Open Burning Information

If you plan to burn brush or other natural materials, please check out the following regulations by the Kentucky Division of Forestry (http://forestry.ky.gov/wildlandfiremanagement/Pages/OutdoorBurningLaws.aspx) and the Kentucky Division of Air Quality (http://air.ky.gov/Pages/OpenBurning.aspx). Call Bowling Green Fire Dispatch at 393-4000 to report your control burn before you start.


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