Emergencies: Dial 911
Fire Chief: Dale Vanderbur
All three chiefs are residents of Edgewood, as are some of our other members. While most do not live in our little community, our dedicated fire volunteers (some of whom are also state certified EMTs) respond to fires, accidents and medical emergencies. We also provide Mutual Aid to surrounding communities.
Our department operates an engine, a rescue truck, and new to our department in the spring of 2017, a pumper/tanker.
If you need an ambulance, dial 911!
Edgewood Volunteer Fire Department is now operating 2 BLS (Basic Life Support) ambulances. We currently have 9 EMT-Bs members and 2 EMRs (Emergency Medical Responder) cadets, who are ready to assist our community. We also can provide information for public CPR classes and, for those interested, information for EMT and EMR classes.
Interested in helping?
Local men and women who are willing to serve the needs of their neighbors are encouraged to become volunteers. For more information and an application, contact us online or at the Town Hall.
A note about open burning
Under town ordinances, leaves and wood products may be burned in containers designed for burning, and only between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. Fires must be attended at all times, and must be extinguished if they creates a fire hazard, pollution hazard or a nuisance for neighbors. The law prohibits burning garbage, hazardous material refuse or rubbish in or on any highway, sidewalk, alley, gutter or public place.