West Lake Limestone VFD

Our mission is to progress as a model, rural Emergency Services Organization dedicated to the preservation of life, property, and the environment.

Emergency count for 2019: 66 EMS, 39 FIRE, 105 TOTAL


Letter from the Chief

Dear Fellow Citizens,


By now you have likely received numerous emails pertaining to the ever-evolving coronavirus crisis. We are aware of and share the increasing concerns and uncertainty we face as a community.


I want to assure you that we at the Lake Limestone Volunteer Fire Department are continually monitoring and complying with recommendations from our state and local leaders, the CDC, and the medical community.


We are prepared: we have and will continue to take all necessary safety precautions to provide service to our local citizens. Let me also assure you that our members will continue to respond to every emergency call. Our mission to save lives and property has not changed.


As we move forward, let's remember that we are in this together. We are a strong and resilient community. Let's look out for one another. Let's be mindful of the importance of kindness: to our neighbors, as well as ourselves.


If you have any questions, feel free to contact me. Take care.


Sincerely,


Allen McWhirter

Fire Chief

West Lake Limestone VFD

254-729-0165

amacfire@hotmail.com

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Community Picnic at Wayland Crossing

Events

Equipment

Training

We have annual fundraisers, community picnics, our year-end Breakfast With Santa event to say Thank You to our community and Monthly Meetings.

Everyone is welcome! 

Attacking fire through a mock window

Training

Equipment

Training

We have weekly and monthly training meetings, FEMA-provided online training and CPR training. All free and available to everyone. Training dates and times are listed on the Calendar.

Testing the water supply

Equipment

Equipment

Equipment

Our equipment is constantly being maintained so we are always ready whenever you need us.