Call 911 for medical, police or fire emergencies


Beginning on July 1, 2012, the Windsor Police Department will be providing law enforcement coverage, including "911" response, to the Town of West Windsor.

For ALL emergencies (police, fire, medical), call 911

For non-emergency police assistance, call 802-295-9425 (Hartford Dispatch)
Volunteer Fire Department

Besides fighting fire there are numerous other tasks completed by the West Windsor Volunteer Fire Department members.  Members maintain and test all dry hydrants on ponds & brooks scattered around our town and monthly test equipment and ensure all trucks are in proper working order. The department participates in the town’s July 4th celebration.  All volunteer department members spend time training via local monthly drills and through regional mutual aid drills. 

There is a critical need for additional

younger members as the average age of the volunteers grows older. If interested in volunteering please contact the Fire Chief or Assistant Fire Chief.

Fire Chief, Erik Boedtker
Assistant Fire Chief, Ryan Lather


Volunteer FAST Squad

West Windsor Volunteer Fast Squad is licensed with the State of Vermont-Department of Health at the Intermediate Level.

The squad currently has 18 members: 3 EMT Intermediates, 5 EMT Basics, 3 RN’s, 7 who are CPR certified. For EMT’s to keep their certification current they must have at least 24 hours of continuing education and retest every 2 years.

Squad Leader: Nancy Gaynor, 484-5513

For ambulance service, call 911.

The Windsor Ambulance Service in Windsor, VT provides our town's emergency ambulance services.  The Selectboard negotiates the contract for ambulance coverage annually.

Emergency Management Coordinator

Mike Spackman


Game Warden

David Lockerby | State Game Warden

Department of Fish & Wildlife

Vermont Warden Service

1330 Westminster Heights Rd | Putney, VT 05346

802-917-6263 Cell

State Police Dispatch Number: (802) 722-4600



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