Recent Calls
Mon. Aug 21st 2017
Engine Responds to Working Outbuilding Fire

At 2232 hours on Monday August 21st, Company 8 (Reynoldsville VFD), Engines 51 (Mt. Clare VFD), 41 (Lumberport VFD) and 71 we...

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Sun. Aug 13th 2017
Fire in the 2nd Due

At 2121 hours on Sunday August 13th, Company 1 (Anmoore VFD), Engines 71, and 121 (Stonewood VFD) were alerted for a Structur...

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Thu. Aug 10th 2017
Engine Responds to Historic Bridge Fire in Barbour County

At 2342 hours on Thursday August 10th, Engine 71 was dispatched for an Engine Transfer to Barbour County Station 4 (Philippi ...

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News Headlines
Fri. Oct 27th 2017
Fire Prevention Month

October is National Fire Prevention Month. Nutter Fort Fire Department spent the previous weeks visiting the students at Nutt...

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Tue. Aug 8th 2017
Summer/Fall "Getaway Raffle"

The Nutter Fort Fire Department is kicking off their 2017 Getaway Raffle. Tickets will be available at the Nutter Fort Fire D...

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Fri. May 20th 2016
Harrison County Brings Home Trophies from Strawberry Festival

On Friday May 20th,  Asst. Chief/EMR Richards, LT/EMT Ferrari, Firefighter/EMTs Singer and Swiger, and Firefighter Merri...

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2017 Call Volume
 CallsJobsPinsMISC Fires
Feb562 1
Apr68 1 
Aug774 1

Call Volume History

Contact Information
Nutter Fort Fire Department
1415 Buckhannon Pike
Nutter Fort, WV 26301
Non-Emergency: 304-622-5001
Emergency: 911
Fax: 304-623-0242
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The Nutter Fort Volunteer Fire Department is located in central Harrison County, WV. Located just minutes from downtown Clarksburg and Bridgeport, we serve an area of 88 square miles covering a small portion of Interstate 79 as well as a stretch of US Route 20 and US Route 57 through the communities of Nutter Fort, Quiet Dell, Center Branch, Walnut Hill, Willow Beach, Craigmoor, Romines Mills, and Bicetown. We also provide mutual aid to every fire department in Harrison County and to any agency that needs our assistance. Our goal is to protect the citizens we serve from threats against life and property, to develop and train to increase knowledge and skill, while showing pride, dedication, courage, respect, kindness, patience, and compassion.