Allen-Waterbury Fire & Rescue

Allen-Waterbury Fire & Rescue Allen-Waterbury Volunteer Fire & Rescue Volunteers

Operating as usual

Reminder:  Dixon County is under a Red Flag Warning. Allen-Waterbury, Martinsburg Fire and Ponca Fire were toned out to ...
10/06/2020

Reminder: Dixon County is under a Red Flag Warning. Allen-Waterbury, Martinsburg Fire and Ponca Fire were toned out to a corn field fire along Hwy 20. With the quick response from these amazing volunteers structures were saved. Emerson-Hubbard Fire & Wakefield Fire covered the south side of the district. Thank you all for your hard work today & everyday!! Our communities are so blessed to have the best!! (Pic credits to Kenna Anderson)

Dixon County is in a Red Flag Warning today 12:00 pm to 7:00 pm.
10/06/2020

Dixon County is in a Red Flag Warning today 12:00 pm to 7:00 pm.

09/30/2020

Allen Fire Department along with Ponca, Dixon, Concord, Martinsburg, & Laurel have been out majority of the day putting fires out. Reminder to all: Dixon County is in a Red Flag Warning along with high winds. This means fires will start quickly & spread quickly. Please be careful if you are out harvesting and please do not try to burn anything. Before burning call your Fire Chief. Thank you!!

God Be With You
09/20/2020

God Be With You

Hey guys, I ask you to please pray for our firefighters🙏🙏 ❤️❤️❤️🙏🙏

09/08/2020
Fire Department Chronicles

As 911 approaches, We would like to remember the men & women that sacrificed it all that day. Also in our hearts we remember the family members that they left behind. We will never forget! 🇺🇸🇺🇸

To the families of 9/11, we will never forget their sacrifice.

#Departmentstrong #Communitystrong #Familystrong. Thank you to all who came to training on our new truck #32 & getting i...
07/25/2020

#Departmentstrong #Communitystrong #Familystrong. Thank you to all who came to training on our new truck #32 & getting it ready to serve our communities.

Thank you to our Rural Board & to Danko for our new pumper tanker.  Welcome home Truck #32
07/25/2020

Thank you to our Rural Board & to Danko for our new pumper tanker. Welcome home Truck #32

Congratulations to Allen-Waterbury Rural Fire District - Allen, NE on the delivery of a Danko 2,000 Gallon Pumper Tanker on a Freightliner M2 106 Chassis.

Pictured: Mark Oerman, Stacey Oerman, Eric Oswald, Kama Stanley, Sara Kumm, Hank Schumer, Joe Collins, Ray Stanley, Pat Brentlinger, Dakota Roberts, and Chief Rodney Strivens

We appreciate your business!

Unit delivered by Jeff Horn of Fullerton, NE.

#DankoEmergency #FireTanker

A beautiful day to do some EVOC (Emergency Vehicle Operations class) training. Wakefield Fire & Rescue & Allen-Waterbury...
06/20/2020

A beautiful day to do some EVOC (Emergency Vehicle Operations class) training. Wakefield Fire & Rescue & Allen-Waterbury Fire & Rescue teamed up & worked on driving apparatuses safely through the Nebraska State Fire Marshals driving course! Thank you to everyone for your hard work & dedication!!

Extrication training
06/13/2020

Extrication training

Extrication training
06/13/2020

Extrication training

Dixon County Emergency Management E-911 Services
05/29/2020

Dixon County Emergency Management E-911 Services

As of today Dixon County has 31 positives and our first death. Our thoughts and prayers go out to the family and friends.

Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services
05/20/2020

Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services

All 93 Nebraska counties are under the State's Directed Health Measures (DHM) through May 31, 2020.

Updated DHMs are in effect for counties in the following health department jurisdictions:

-South Heartland District Health Dept.
-Public Health Solutions District Health Dept.
-Two Rivers Public Health Dept.
-Elkhorn Logan Valley Public Health Dept.
-Lincoln-Lancaster County Health Dept.
-West Central District Health Dept.
-Three Rivers Public Health Dept.
-Douglas County Health Dept.
-Sarpy/Cass Dept. of Health
-East Central District Health Dept.
-Four Corners Health Dept.
-Loup Basin Public Health Dept.
-North Central District Health Dept.
-Northeast Nebraska Public Health Dept.
-Panhandle Public Health District
-Southeast District Health Dept.
-Southwest Nebraska Public Health District

Restaurant In-Room Dining Reopening Guidelines:http://dhhs.ne.gov/Documents/COVID-19-Restaurant-In-Room-Dining-Reopening-Guidelines.pdf

Recommended Best Practices for Barbers and Salons:http://dhhs.ne.gov/Documents/COVID-19-Recommended-Best-Practices-for-Barbers-and-Salons.pdf
Recommended Best Practices for Massage Therapy:http://dhhs.ne.gov/Documents/COVID-19-Recommended-Best-Practices-for-Massage-Therapy.pdf

Recommended Best Practices for Body Art:http://dhhs.ne.gov/Documents/COVID-19-Recommended-Best-Practices-for-Body-Art-Piercing-and-Tattooing.pdf

Guidelines for the Conduct of Faith-Based Services Including Weddings and Funerals Held in Houses of Worship:http://dhhs.ne.gov/Documents/COVID-19-Guidelines-for-the-Conduct-of-Faith-Based-Services.pdf

Nebraska Dental Association Recommended Office Re-opening Protocols:http://dhhs.ne.gov/Documents/COVID-19-NebraskaDentalAssociation-Reopen%20Guidance.pdf

For more information or to check your county’s DHM, visit the DHHS COVID-19 website: http://dhhs.ne.gov/Pages/COVID-19-Directed-Health-Measures.aspx

Find your local health department:http://dhhs.ne.gov/CHPM%20Maps/NE_Health_Dept_Map_Dec_2016.pdf

#COVID19 | #NECOVID19

Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services
05/20/2020

Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services

Hand washing is one of the best ways to protect yourself and your family from getting sick.

💧Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds especially after you have been in a public place, or after blowing your nose, coughing, or sneezing.
💧If soap and water are not readily available, use a hand sanitizer that contains at least 60% alcohol. Cover all surfaces of your hands and rub them together until they feel dry.
💧Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth with unwashed hands.

For more information on how to protect yourself from #COVID19, see the CDC’s website: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/prevent-getting-sick/prevention.html

Northeast Nebraska Public Health Department
05/20/2020

Northeast Nebraska Public Health Department

***National EMS Week***This week is National EMS Week.  Did you know across the nation there is a shortage of EMS person...
05/19/2020

***National EMS Week***

This week is National EMS Week. Did you know across the nation there is a shortage of EMS personnel?

To our area EMS volunteers and those across the nation who have dedicated themselves to answer the call we thank you!

Dixon County Emergency Management E-911 Services
05/14/2020

Dixon County Emergency Management E-911 Services

As of today Dixon County has 24 positives

Dixon County Emergency Management E-911 Services
05/12/2020

Dixon County Emergency Management E-911 Services

As of today Dixon County is now up to 23 positives.

Northeast Nebraska Public Health Department
05/11/2020

Northeast Nebraska Public Health Department

Thank you to our moms on the department that answer the tones 24/7. Happy Mother’s Day yo you all!
05/10/2020

Thank you to our moms on the department that answer the tones 24/7. Happy Mother’s Day yo you all!

💛nj

Northeast Nebraska Public Health Department
05/10/2020

Northeast Nebraska Public Health Department

Congratulations to our Allen HS 2020 graduates!  Our department is so proud of you all!  It was an honor to be a part of...
05/10/2020

Congratulations to our Allen HS 2020 graduates! Our department is so proud of you all! It was an honor to be a part of your parade 🎉🎉

Northeast Nebraska Public Health Department
05/09/2020

Northeast Nebraska Public Health Department

Dixon County Emergency Management E-911 Services
05/08/2020

Dixon County Emergency Management E-911 Services

As of May 7th, Dixon County is now up to 15 positives.

Dixon County Emergency Management E-911 Services
05/08/2020

Dixon County Emergency Management E-911 Services

As of May 7th, Dixon County is now up to 15 positives.

Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services
05/07/2020

Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services

According to the CDC​, if you have a fever, cough or other symptoms, you might have COVID-19. Most people have mild illness and are able to recover at home. If you think you may have been exposed to COVID-19, contact your healthcare provider immediately.

Nebraskans are encouraged to take a quick 5-minute assessment at TestNebraska.com to help identify cases of COVID-19 in the state. After taking the assessment, participants who fit the criteria will be notified via phone or email that they qualify to be tested for COVID-19.

For more information about symptoms: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/symptoms-testing/symptoms.html

#COVID19 | #NECOVID19 | #CrushTheCurve

Northeast Nebraska Public Health Department
05/07/2020

Northeast Nebraska Public Health Department

Northeast Nebraska Public Health Department
05/05/2020

Northeast Nebraska Public Health Department

Mark your calendar’s!!
05/05/2020

Mark your calendar’s!!

THURSDAY, SEPT 12 BLOOD DRIVES:

Allen-Waterbury Fire & Rescue: 3:00-6:00
Trans Ova: 8:30-12:00
North Iowa Christian School: 9:00-12:00
Wartburg College: 2:00-5:00
TPI Iowa: Composites: 7:00-11, Bus Facility: 12:30-2:30
Auto-Owners Insurance Co: 12:30-2:50
Barker Lemar Companies: 8:30-11:00
Clarke County Hospital: 11:00-3:15
Wayne, Nebraska First National of Omaha: 11:30-2:30
Sacred Heart Catholic Church West Des Moines, Iowa: 2:00-6:30
Tyndall, South Dakota Community Auditorium Building: CANCELLED
Staples Promotional Products: 11:30-3:30
Orange City Area Health System: 12:30-6:00
Faith United Methodist Church Webster City, Iowa: 12:30-5:30
Story City, Iowa Community Center: 12:30-5:00

Dixon County Emergency Management E-911 Services
05/05/2020

Dixon County Emergency Management E-911 Services

Dixon County is up to 14 positives

International FireFighters' Day (IFFD) - May 4 2020Today we recognize firefighters for their extraordinary commitment, e...
05/04/2020

International FireFighters' Day (IFFD) - May 4 2020

Today we recognize firefighters for their extraordinary commitment, exceptional courage and for their selfless service.

Thank You!!

Northeast Nebraska Public Health Department
05/03/2020

Northeast Nebraska Public Health Department

O'Neill Fire And Rescue
05/03/2020

O'Neill Fire And Rescue

Today O'Neill had the opportunity to conduct some training with Wakefield Fire Department. Allen-Waterbury Fire Department also provided apparatus assistance. There were a number of departments present and the Nebraska State Fire Marshal Training Division.

It is always a great opportunity to participate in these exercises.

Wakefield Burn. Great day for training!
05/03/2020

Wakefield Burn. Great day for training!

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Allen, NE
68710

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2nd place! Woohoo! Great Job, that car ran WAY better than I thought it would in a demo!!! Wow!!
First minute of the show! Go, Go, Go!
Dixon County Fair, demo derby introduction 🤩
Way to go Dakota Roberts!! Thanks for the show!
Happy Firefighters Day to ALL firefighters, THANK YOU very much for all the hard work you do protecting your communities!!! I know all of you go way beyond the call of duty for your communities...STAY SAFE!!!