Update: Burn Bans for Pulaski, Saline and Perry counites have all been removed. Please remember to only burn legal/natural vegetation like tree and leaf debris. Anything else, like building materials, plastics, rubber, and such is always prohibited.
Pulaski County remains under a Burn Ban at this time. Saline and Perry counties have removed their burn bans effective today. If you do burn anything please do so carefully and stick to only natural vegetation like leaf and tree debris.
Our crews will be removing signs in affected areas of our fire district.
Reminder that Pulaski County remains under a Burn Ban.
Thank you and stay safe.
Public Meeting Notice
You are invited to join us for West Pulaski Fire Department’s Annual Public Meeting. Members of the public that reside in our fire district are invited and encouraged to attend.
When: October 27, 2016 at 7 p.m.
Where: 27021 Kanis Road
Little Rock, Arkansas 72223
Ferndale Extension Club Building
- Learn more about your volunteer your fire department as we discuss the business operations over the past fiscal year and share a few stories of our community service and mission.
- No commissioner positions on our board of commissioners are up for election this year.
- Meet the men and women that serve your community for fire, medical and rescue responses
We hope to see you there!
West Pulaski Fire Department Invites YOU to our All-U-Can-Eat Annual Catfish and Chicken Dinner that will be held Saturday, Sept 23, 2017, at Martindale Baptist Church, 18900 Colonel Glenn Road, Little Rock, Arkansas 72210. Serving lines will be open from 5:00 PM until 7:00 PM. Tickets are $12.00 for Adults – $6.00 for Children (5-12 Years). Kids 4 years and under EAT FREE!
Directions to our dinner: 6 miles west of I-430 on Col. Glenn Rd. between the intersections of Marsh Road and Burlingame Road on Col. Glenn Road.
All proceeds from this dinner are used to help acquire the tools and technology that help us serve our public better and protect our firefighters.
West Pulaski Volunteer Fire Department will be holding its annual “All-You-Can-Eat Chicken & Catfish Dinner” this year on Sept 23, 2017. Each year, this dinner provides great food and fellowship with our friends and neighbors. Any funds raised from our annual dinner are used to benefit our all-volunteer fire department’s needs to acquire the proper tools and equipment to serve our community better and protect our firefighters.
Each year, we hand-deliver our professionally printed fire department newsletter, fundraiser dinner announcement, and advertisements from our local business supporters to the homes of residents in our fire district. This includes over 3,200 houses and approximately 9,000+ residents! At this time, we are asking for your sponsorship to help us offset some of the cost of the dinner and advertising. We hope we can do a little advertising for your business as you support your local volunteer fire department. We will be distributing our announcement flyers on the week before the dinner (approximately Sept 15-20th). If you are interested in purchasing an advertisement, of any size, please submit your advertisement copy (simple business card will do) and payment to us by Sept 3rd.
Contact us at 501-821-9320 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for info.
Thanks for supporting your local volunteer fire department.
About this time each year WPFD crews head out into our fire district to ensure our equipment meets standard operating requirements. We test all of our hoses at high pressure and ensure hydrants operate properly.
Hydrants need to be accessible with no obstructions and overgrowth removed. Caps must be removable from fittings and valves need to be operable, and with reasonable force.
Hoses get a treatment of high pressure for a timed duration. We pump 200 psi of water to each line and ensure it can hold that pressure for 10 minutes or more. These hoses come from the factory able to hold 800 psi but regular wear and tear can take a toll.
We make sure everything works as expected and remove/replace anything that doesn’t make the cut.