Latest News

WYFS-Fire Academy Graduate

It's more than a certificate: it's a rare opportunity for one young woman from Warrenville. Read More

Scald Prevention Safety Tips

A scald injury can happen at any age. Scald burns are the second leading cause of all burn injuries. Read More

9 Volt Battery Safety

9-volt batteries power many common household items. They can also be a fire hazard if not stored safely or disposed of with care. Read More

Trustee Elections

The Board of Trustees of the Warrenville Fire Protection District hereby announces that its three member Board of Trustees will be subject to election for the first time at the April 4, 2017 Consolidated Election. Read More

Upcoming Events

Save The Date!

The annual Fire Prevention Week Open House will be held on Wednesday, October 5th from 6:00-9:00 pm. Click here for further information.

Click here to view the video from the 2015 Open House.

Fall/Winter Clothing Sale

The Women's Auxiliary Fall/Winter Clothing Sale will be held September 16-17 at Trinity Lutheran Church. Click here for further information and online registration.

Take a CPR Class

The Warrenville Fire protection District recognizes the importance of CPR, First Aid, and AED training. The instruction of non-Fire District personnel increases both awareness and readiness within the community and plays a vital role in the chain of survival for heart attack victims. Our CPR class schedule, fees, and registration information can be found by clicking here.

Did You Know?

Home Fire Dangers

Research shows that 30 years ago, you had about 17 minutes to escape a home fire. Today that time is only 3-4 minutes. Click here to view a recent video from the Today Show that illustrates why this is the case.

Fire Facts

  • The leading factor contributing to heating equipment fires is failure to clean, principally creosote from solid fueled heating equipment, primarily chimneys.
  • Two of every five home fires starts in the kitchen.
  • Working smoke alarms cut the risk of dying in reported home fires in half.