The Waddy Volunteer Fire Department is a small rural department located in Shelby County in North Central Kentucky. Our department consists of 19 volunteers and 4 apparatus that responds to all types of emergencys. The department's district covers an area of 49 square miles and serves a population of approximately 2000 people. Our district is adjacent to 7 miles of interstate highway (I-64) with one interchange and is bisected by 7-10 miles of Norfolk Southern railway. In addition, we are directly adjacent to Franklin County which is the home of our state capitol and we are halfway between Louisville and Lexington, our state's two largest cities. Our county consists of 6 other fire districts all dispatched centrally from the 911 center in our county seat of Shelbyville.
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