Please join us Saturday, May 22, 2021 for our open house celebrating Whitefield Fire Department’s 50th Anniversary serving the community!
Stop by to see Smokey and Sparky, buy a raffle ticket, have some fun on the water slide or smokehouse, see the Life Flight helicopter, enjoy fire truck tours, and enjoy a free hotdog plate.
Thanks to TTI for the recent donation of power tools to compliment our rescue tool arsenal. Pictured from left to right are FF Hunter Garrett, FF Josh Guin and Veronika Hyte of TTI.
The annual meeting of the Whitefield Volunteer Fire Department will be held at the fire station, located at 4000 US Highway 29 North, on Thursday, January 25, 2018 at 7:00 PM. The purpose of this meeting is to elect board members for 2018. All residents of the Whitefield fire district are urged to attend.
As you “fall back” this weekend, please remember to change the batteries in your smoke detectors. Working smoke detectors save lives! If you are a resident of our community in need of a working smoke detector, please contact us.
On January 23, FF Michael Ryan was presented a Courage and Life Saving Award at the annual County Fire Chiefs Banquet.
On June 30, 2016, the Whitefield Volunteer Fire Department was dispatched to a residential structure fire with
entrapment. Michael arrived on scene as the fire was being dispatched, donned his personal protective equipment
and entered the burning home to search for an occupant. He located the occupant in a bedroom closet and pulled her
to safety. Michael’s heroic actions directly resulted in the saving of a human life.
We extend our congratulations to FF Ryan on receiving this award.
Whitefield firefighters responded to 289 calls in 2016. In addition to the incidents below, firefighters and equipment were deployed to provide structural fire protection in Horry County during Hurricane Matthew and the Pinnacle Mountain fire in Pickens County.
2016 Run Report
Total Runs: 289
37 Structure Fires,
18 Alarms; 17 fire alarms, 1 carbon monoxide alarms,
5 Standby Request,
13 Vehicle Fires,
42 Grass/Brush Fires,
8 Trash Fires,
110 Traffic Accidents (84 accidents with injuries, 26 accidents with no injuries)
23 EMS Assists,
2 Gas Leaks,
14 Service Calls,
2 Power Line Downs,
1 Assist Other Agency,
12 False Alarm/Cancelled Calls.
The annual meeting of the Whitefield Volunteer Fire Department will be held at the fire station, located at 4000 US Highway 29 North, on Tuesday, January 3, 2017. The purpose of this meeting is to elect board members for 2017. All residents of the Whitefield fire district are urged to attend.
On February 2, the Whitefield Fire Department invested in the future of the area’s fire service by donating towards the completion of the Anderson Districts I and II Career and Technology Center Fire Training Facility. Over the past few years, the department has been the recipient of several nationally certified firefighters upon their completion of high school based firefighting instruction.
We are proud of the work of Instructor Luke Riddle and the Career and Technology Center’s continued dedication to train high school students for firefighting careers.
Pictured left to right: (bottom row) current and former CTC Fire students Kurt Cromer, Jessy Raxter, Josh Guin and Brad Guin, (top row) Chief Adam Cromer, Chairman Bob Mosley and Instructor Luke Riddle.
The Annual Meeting for the Whitefield Fire District #22 will be held at the station, 4000 Highway 29 North, Belton, SC on Tuesday, January 12, 2016 at 6:30 pm. The purpose of this meeting is to elect Board of Directors for the station.
All residents of the Whitefield Fire District are urged to attend. For more information, please contact Chief Adam Cromer by email at email@example.com, or visit http://www.whitefieldfd.com.
Whitefield firefighters responded to 252 incidents in 2015:
48 Structure Fires,
12 Alarms; (10 fire alarms, 2 carbon monoxide alarms),
1 Standby Request,
10 Vehicle Fires,
23 Grass/Brush Fires,
10 Trash Fires,
100 Traffic Accidents (81 accidents with injuries, 19 accidents with no injuries),
2 EMS Assists,
4 Gas Leaks,
11 Service Calls,
12 Power Line Downs,
0 Assist Other Agency,
19 False Alarm/Cancelled Calls