Ways to Volunteer
Our volunteers participate in a variety of diverse and advanced training sessions to prepare them for any type of emergency. From engine ladder rescues and marine calls to car accidents and medical emergencies, every call is unique.
Volunteer firefighters, ages 18 and older, respond to fires and emergencies in homes, commercial or industrial buildings, and along major roads. You’ll protect your community by learning interior and exterior firefighting, and search-and-rescue operations.
Volunteer firefighters/EMTS, ages 18 and older, help save lives by providing medical treatment and emergency first aid in addition to using firefighting skills.
Our junior firefighting program is for teens ages 14 through 17. Junior firefighters assist on fire calls by performing exterior groundwork such as running hoses, helping with the water supply at the hydrant, laddering buildings, grabbing tools for active firefighters and other responsibilities.
FREE TRAINING & GEAR PROVIDED. NO PRIOR EXPERIENCE IS NECESSARY.
“The Westville Fire Department has a lot to offer from running several styles of calls to volunteers having pride.” Firefighter Robert Hauck