Wilson Fire/Rescue Services


Fire Chief Albert Alston Welcome Message

 

It is my pleasure to welcome you to Wilson Fire/Rescue Services’ webpage where you can learn about your fire department!

I have the honor of leading an amazing group of dedicated men and women whose solitary focus is to provide superior service.  Their tireless work towards improving safety, minimizing loss, and responding to the calls for service is unparalleled.  Wilson Fire/Rescue Services is an internationally accredited agency with an Insurance Service Office (ISO) rating of Class 2.  We are an all-hazard emergency service delivery agency that serves a diverse community of close to 50,000 residents and visitors.

We embrace the challenges and opportunities of providing these services in a fast-pace and complex environment.  Through training, innovation, and a data-driven decision-making lens, we are able to remain in a constant state of improvement. We will continue to mold and shape our services to meet the ever-changing needs of this community. We will also continue to seek more effective and efficient means of delivering our services.

There is plenty of information listed on the webpage for your benefit; however, if you do not find what you are looking for, please feel free to contact us.

Thank you for allowing us to serve.

 

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Wilson Fire/Rescue Services NC added 13 new photos — training to get it right.

Firefighters have to be properly trained in many different rescue disciplines. C shift is fine tuning the skills they know in Confined Space. Being able to rescue a victim who may have been working in vats, hoppers, utility vaults, tanks, water supply towers, sewers, pipes, access shafts, truck or rail tank cars, boilers, manholes, etc. is a dangerous task that doesnt happen often, but crews must know what to do when the times arise. #WFRS #SAFETYFIRST #RESCUE #CONFINESPACE #TRAINTOGETITRIGHT # #wegowhenyoucant #brave #strong #smart #245 #cshiftrocks #24/7/365 See MoreSee Less

Firefighters have to be properly trained in many different rescue disciplines. C shift is fine tuning the skills they know in Confined Space. Being able to rescue a victim who may have been working in vats, hoppers, utility vaults, tanks, water supply towers, sewers, pipes, access shafts, truck or rail tank cars, boilers, manholes, etc. is a dangerous task that doesnt happen often, but crews must know what to do when the times arise. #WFRS #SAFETYFIRST #RESCUE #CONFINESPACE #TRAINTOGETITRIGHT # #wegowhenyoucant #brave #strong #smart #245 #cshiftrocks #24/7/365

You’ll have always done and still do a very good job everyday.

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As you relax in front of your fireplace or bask in the warmth of your wood stove, the last thing you are likely to be thinking about is the condition of your chimney. However, if you don’t give some thought to it before you light those winter fires, your enjoyment may be very short-lived.

Why?

Dirty chimneys can cause chimney fires, which damage structures, destroy homes and injure or kill people. ​Have your chimney inspected ONCE a year!!! And cleaned or repaired if necessary. See MoreSee Less

WF/RS is currently responding to a structure fire in the area of Stantonsburg Rd & Snowden Dr.

Please try to avoid the area. See MoreSee Less