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The WHCFD operates out of three stations, with a combined average of 35 firefighters and 9 pieces of apparatus. In addition to fire suppression, WHCVFD also provides rescue operations along with an emergency medical first responder program. Station 51 also serves as the area’s Civil Defense Headquarters. WHCVFD stands ready to assist other public safety agencies in rescue, hazardous material incidents, and in both natural and man-caused disasters.

Mailing Address

P.O.Box 466
White House,Tenn 37188

Phone

615-672-4030
Emergency: 911

Monthly Calls

2024Jan.Feb.Mar.Apr.MayJun.Jul.Aug.Sep.Oct.Nov.Dec.TTL
Total Calls89

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Date Subject Hours Feb 27th Ch 02 Health and Saftey / Ch 03 PPE 2/2 Feb 29th Ch 03 PPE 4 March 5th Ch 05 Fire Behavior 4 March 7th Ch 06 Building Construction 4 March 12th Ch 07 Extinginshers /Hands on 2/2 March 14th Ch 11 Ladders/Additional Ropes and...
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About Us

The White House Community Volunteer Fire Department, Inc. (WHCVFD) is a volunteer department responsible for providing fire/rescue protection to approximately 8,000 people residing in the southeastern part of Robertson County and the western parts of Sumner County, just outside of the cities of White House and Millersville. We have served this community with pride since 1957.

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White House Community Volunteer Fire Dept.

White House Community Volunteer Fire Dept.

We started in 1957 providing Fire Protection in areas in and Around White House Tn. Incorpated in 1981 as a C501 Non Profit in Tenn. we now operate 3 stations and service areas outside of White House, tn,. Respond to around 1000 calls per year.

Many fire departments are experiencing serious fires, injuries, and deaths as the result of compulsive hoarding behavior.

The excessive accumulation of materials in homes poses a significant threat to firefighters fighting fires and responding to other emergencies in these homes and to residents and neighbors. Often, the local fire department will be contacted to help deal with this serious issue. Since studies suggest that between 3%-5% of the population are compulsive hoarders, fire departments must become familiar with this issue and how to effectively handle it.

-Hoarding can be a fire hazard. Many occupants die in fires in these homes. Often, blocked exits prevent escape from the home. In addition, many people who are hoarding are injured when they trip over things or when materials fall on them.

-Responding firefighters can be put at risk due to obstructed exits, falling objects, and excessive fire loading that can lead to collapse. Hoarding makes fighting fires and searching for occupants far more difficult.

-Those living adjacent to an occupied structure can be quickly affected when a fire occurs, due to excessive smoke and fire conditions.

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TRAFFIC ALERT
We have a non-injury rollover crash on Mount Zion Road near the Douglas gas station. If you’re traveling in the area, expect delays while crews upright and remove the vehicle.
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