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                                                                                                                                Garry Harling                     The Fire Prevention Division of the Westfield Fire Department, commonly referred to as the Fire Marshal's Office, provides the leadership and inspection services to help prevent fires and assure fire and life safety for people who live, work, play and visit Westfield. The main goal of our Fire Prevention Division is to ensure the Citizens of Westfield that we are the safest community in Indiana through Education, Inspections and Preventive measures to eliminate fires.

INSPECTIONS:

Every year, the Westfield Fire Department inspects every business and commercial property in the City of Westfield. Other services provided by our Inspections Division are reviewing of preplans submitted by architectural developers and contractors wishing to build in Westfield. The Fire Marshal's Office inspects all new construction, major remodels, and fire protection system revisions to ensure compliance with the State of Indiana Fire Codes. 

INVESTIGATIONS:

Westfield Fire Department Fire Investigators determine origin and cause for fires. Fire Investigators team consists of firefighters that has completed and certified with NFPA Fire Investigator I. The Investigators work closely with the Westfield Police Department with the investigation of all fires in Westfield.

PUBLIC EDUCATION:

The Westfield Fire Department Fire Prevention Division is responsible for fire and life safety education and outreach services. The Fire Prevention Division oversees all education efforts with children, schools, preschools, teachers, daycare providers, elderly and nursing home staff. The Division also oversees a variety of educational and outreach efforts for the business, residential, and targeted high-risk areas. To schedule an educational event please head on over to our Fire Department Services Section.

Contact Us

Garry Harling
Garry Harling,
Division Chief of Fire Prevention
Public Safety Building
17535 Dartown Rd
Westfield, IN 46074
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2 days ago

Westfield Fire Department

Station 81 B shift's engine crew called out Station 83 to do the #floss4fighters challenge. Stay tuned to see if they'll accept.

The Helping Ninjas
#Floss4Firefighters Join our social media challenge! #FlossForFirefighters! Create awareness and celebrate firefighters with a floss dance! Tag someone to challenge them to show their best #firefighterfloss! Learn more about our Floss For Firefighters Challenge at Floss4Fighters.com Tag someone to challenge!

NinjaZone Academy - Grand Park Westfield Fire Department #FireStation81 helped us to officially kick off the initiative December 9th, 2019 at Grand Park - The Sports Campus at Westfield. Firefighters flossed with ninja kids and challenged Westfield's #FireStation83 City of Westfield - Government to #floss dance! #WestfieldFireStation83– you have officially been challenged to do the #firefighterfloss!

The #Floss4FirefighterChallenge idea inspired by Leo, #helpingninja, his mom & friends because of the love of 'flossing' and the will to want to help create a sense of #community and #awareness for #firefighters - and to thank firefighters for their #bravery!

The #Floss4FirefighterChallenge idea inspired by Leo, #helpingninja, his mom & friends because of the love of 'flossing' and the will to want to help create a sense of #community and #awareness for #firefighters - and to thank firefighters for their #bravery, dedication, #service and #protection. Thank you for helping to keep our world safe! #HelpingNinjas
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You got some moves Justin Michael 😊

Sara Stevenson show this to Michael!

2 days ago

Westfield Fire Department

The Worcester Fire Department mourns the Line of Duty death of Firefighter Christopher Roy who courageously battled a 5 alarm fire on Lowell Street this morning. All responding firefighters and crews displayed supreme heroism under extreme conditions. We ask you to keep the family of Firefighter Roy in your thoughts and prayers. Information regarding arrangements to follow. ... See moreSee less

 

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So sorry to hear about Firefighter Christoper Roy losing the battle at that fire on Lowell Street. Our prayers go out to his family and his family at the fire house. Thank you for your service Mr. Roy..❤️

rip my brothere

My deepest sympathies to his family, and colleagues. Thank you for your service. 🙏

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That is tragic news. RIP with God above, Firefighter Roy.

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Stay safe this holiday season

WFD hosted a "Stop the Bleed Class" put on by the Hamilton County Health Department . This class teaches citizens the skills to stop blood loss during an emergency situation. ... See moreSee less

WFD hosted a “Stop the Bleed Class” put on by the  Hamilton County Health Department . This class teaches citizens the skills to stop blood loss during an emergency situation.

 

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Will they do this class again?

Yay Jim Ginder!

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