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The Woburn Fire Department regrets to announce the passing of Retired Firefighter John F. “Jack” Duffey

The Woburn Fire Department regrets to announce the passing of Retired Firefighter John F. “Jack” Duffey.   John F. “Jack” Duffey – Lynch-Cantillion Funeral Home Obituary of John F. ‘Jack’ Duffey JOHN F. “JACK” DUFFEY, Retired Woburn Fire Fighter, January 27th, at seventy-five years of age. Beloved husband of the late Rosemary A. (Castine) Duffey. Loving son … Continued

Winter Fire Safety

Winter is Here! Unfortunately the cold dark days of winter are upon us. Heating Season The words alone make me cringe. With energy prices higher by far than any of us has ever experienced we can’t avoid thinking how costly it will be to keep our families comfortable during the months ahead. We in the … Continued

Open Burning

Open Burning Season Starts January 15 and ends May 1 A permit must be obtained from the Woburn Fire Department.  Weather conditions can change rapidly, especially in the spring, and there will be a determination on a daily basis when it is safe to conduct open burning Residents of Woburn may contact the Woburn Fire Department … Continued

Ice Strength and Safety

How can you tell if the ice is safe? (Information Provided by Mass.gov) Ice Strength and Safety Ice strength and safety Always use caution while fishing or recreating on ice. How can you tell if ice is safe? There are no guarantees. Always consider ice to be potentially dangerous. You can’t judge ice conditions by appearance or … Continued

2018 Municipal Firefighter Exam – Massachusetts Civil Service

Application deadline is just around the corner! Take the Firefighter Exam! Written Examination: Saturday, March 24, 2018.  Apply online at: www. MASS.GOV/CivilService – Application deadline February 21, 2018.  Click link below for further information and application.   Massachusetts Firefighter Civil Service Exam Information & Application

Fire Hydrant Shoveling

With the amount of snow that has accumulated and with much more expected throughout the winter season, a main concern of the Woburn Fire Department and the City of Woburn has been the challenge to keep the thousands of fire hydrants in the City cleared. Winter storms can often hide fire hydrants under a large … Continued

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