The Woodstock Fire Department consists of four full-time drivers, a full time fire chief, a deputy chief, two captains, a lieutenant, and twenty-two volunteer firefighters. The Fire Department provides 24 hour emergency fire protection and rescue services to the Town of Woodstock and adjacent rural communities.
We also have mutual aid agreements with neighbouring municipalities, as well provide dispatch services for these communities.
Our Mission: To provide quality fire suppression, fire prevention, and rescue services to protect the lives and property of the citizens of the Town of Woodstock and surrounding communities.
Our Goals and Objectives: To provide a timely response for all services through a highly trained, skilled and efficient fire department. To reduce injury, loss of life and property damage by providing public education programs along with fire prevention services to secure public and code compliance.
The Woodstock Fire Department is a member of the Central Valley Fire Fighters Association and of the New Brunswick Fire Chiefs Association.
To view a map of the Woodstock Fire Department Service Area