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Woodbury Fire Marshal's Office
25 Quassuk Road
Woodbury, CT 06798
Welcome to Woodbury Fire Marshal's Office
Our office is dedicated to Life Safety, Fire Prevention and Investigation.
"It is the mission of the Fire Marshal's Office to prevent and/or reduce the incidence of fire by increasing the awareness and knowledge of the residents and businesses respecting fire safety, and by ensuring compliance with the Connecticut Fire Safety Code and applicable regulations of the State of Connecticut.
This mission will be accomplished through fire prevention education, fire investigations and compliance inspections. We will actively participate with our community, serve as role models, and strive to effectively and efficiently utilize all resources made available, to provide safety and excellent customer service to the citizens of the Town of Woodbury, as well as those who are it's visitors."
We hope this internet resource assists you and better supports some of our services. Please advise us if something does not totally serve your needs so that we may enhance our website.
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|Fire Prevention for Older Adults|
|Thu. Jul 24th 2014|
|Its that time of year again - Spring Clean Up|
|Wed. Apr 30th 2014|
|Everybody wants to get outside, start their yard work. This means that many of you will want to burn your brush. The Town of Woodbury does allow burning under the Open Burning Ordinance regulations establish by the town. The ordinance follows the guidelines of the State of Connecti...|
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|Preventing and Thawing Frozen Pipes|
|Fri. Jan 31st 2014|
|Being prepared and informed may help you to avoid the messy and often expensive issue of frozen pipes. The American Red Cross provides information and suggestions around how to prevent water pipes in the home from freezing, and how to thaw them if they do freeze.Why Pipe Freezing is a ProblemWater h...|
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|Safety Message Concerning Cloths Dryers|
|Thu. Jan 30th 2014|
|Doing laundry is most likely part of your everyday routine. But did you know how important taking care of your clothes dryer is to the safety of your home? With a few simple tips you can help prevent a clothes dryer fire.· Have your dryer installed an...|
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|Have A Safe Halloween|
|Wed. Oct 23rd 2013|
|It’s the time of the year for festive costumes, endless candy, spooky jack-o-lanterns, and creepy decorations. The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) is reminding everyone to take a few simple precautions to keep Halloween safe and enjoyable. “Just about everyone loves a go...|
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|Daily Safety Message|
Barbecue Grills ~ The season is Here.
Check the gas tank hose for leaks before using it for the first time each year and after each time the gas tank is reconnected. A soap-and-water solution (1/3liquid dish soap and 2/3 water) applied to the hose and connection will quickly reveal escaping propane by causing bubbles to form. If you determine by smell or by the soap bubble test that your gas tank hose and connection has a gas leak, do the following:
(1) Turn off the gas tank and grill.
(2) If the leak stops, get the grill serviced by a professional before using it again.
(3) If the leak does not stop, call the fire department
|Forest Fire Danger|
The Forest Fire Danger Level
Opening Burning Permit Status
Permits are not being issued today due to overcast and rainy conditions
For further information you may call:
203-263-3120 or 203-206-6598
|Parking in a Fire Lane|
$75.00 Fine ~ If you do