at 406 Hudson St, Newark, 76071 United States
Newark Vol. Fire Dept. currently constist of 24 volunteers that responded to 758 calls for service in 2011. We rely on fund raisers and county contracts to purchase our equipment.
We are a fully volunteer fire department that provides fire suppression and basic life support to the residents in our district. We currently hold 1 large fund raiser every year on the 3rd weekend of October. This includes a carnival with games, Booths, food and a parade. It will also be when we honor our Firemen for their service to the community. Come join us in supporting the fire dept and say thanks to the men and women that do it for you. Thanks
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Thank you so much Mr Snodgrass and the residents of Newark Ranch for the generous donation of water and Gatorade. The firemen and ladies auxiliary members appreciate your support.
Looking for ladies that may be interested in volunteering a little time to the Newark Volunteer Fire Department as part of the auxiliary and support team. Meeting tonight at 7pm at the fire hall. Planning for our 27th Annual Cruisin Days. Come join us and help support our volunteer firemen. For more info call Dawn 817-692-4959
Thank you to Sonic in Boyd for the discounted burgers and free tea tonight to fuel our firemen. Members from Newark, Rhome and Boyd fire departments appreciate your support.
Newark Fire Department needs your help. We are always taking applications for volunteers. We are in need of volunteers available all the time but especially during the daytime on week days. You can get an application at our business meeting every first Monday of the month. The meeting is at the fire station at 7pm. Applicants must go through a back ground check and review by the department. List of meetings are April 7, May 5, and June 2. Feel free to contact me with any questions. Thanks, Asst. Chief Taylor 940-210-1049
FIRE DANGER – Wise County is not under a red flag warning today, but it is included in an area the National Weather Service has identified as a high fire danger. Winds today are expected from the southwest at 20 miles per hour with gusts up to 30 miles per hour. The high temperature is expected to reach 82 degrees.