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                 Bedington Volunteer Fire Department Run Stats Per Month 

2017  92  78  83  89  90  88  105  106  79  126  112  120 1168 
2018  131 96  99 69 92 117  114 125 170 114 113 88 1328
2019 109 103  93  89  92  87  106  101   93  120  99 126 1218
2020 79 82  90  91  102              444



As the Fourth Of July weekend is here. We hope that all can enjoy time with family and friends, in a safe manor. Below you will find the ordinance from Berkeley County on the discharge of fireworks. Please if you choose to shoot off fire works and or ground based sparklers. You should keep a safe distance from homes, out building and others. All fire works should be supervised by an adult as well. When you are finished enjoying your evening; allow your fire works to cool totally by wetting them down, before disposing of them in the trash.

We wish you all a safe and happy holiday weekend!! 

No person, firm, or legal entity of any kind shall use or discharge fireworks within the
confines of Berkeley County, not including any incorporated municipality, except that
such fireworks which are permitted by West Virginia Legislative Statute may be
discharged on New Year's Eve, during the hours of 9:00 o'clock p.m. and 11:59 o' clock
p.m. and on New Year's Day, during the hours of 12:00 o'clock a.m. and 12:30 o'clock
a.m.; and, on July 3 between the ours of 9:00 o'clock p.m. and 11:59 o'clock p.m. and on
July 4 from 12:00 o'clock a.m. until 12:30 o'clock a.m., and, again from 9:00 o'clock p.m.
until 11:59 p.m., only. Discharge of approved fireworks as aforesaid may also be
accomplished on the Friday and Saturday preceding and following New Year's Eve and
on July 4, during the hours above referenced. In addition, such fireworks may be
discharged between the hours of 5 o'clock p.m. and 10:00 o'clock p.m. on any other day
of the year.


Berkeley County Fire Works

Pictured here are Founding Members of The Bedington Volunteer Fire Department in 1965. They are presenting Mr. Solas from the Winchester and Western Railroad Company; with a check for the deed to the then rail road property. So they and other members could under take the task of building our current Fire Station. This station is still standing and in use to this day. 

Pictured left to right is:

The late Past Chief Phil Martin he was 17 years old in this photo

Howard Lefevre 

Charles "Flappy" Martin

Mr. Solas From WW Railroad



If you are in need of a smoke alarm please follow this link to our smoke detector project page and fill out the form. Someone from our department will then be in touch with you to set up a time for installation. Remember working smoke alarms save lives!