The Madison Fire Department says goodbye today to its eleventh career fire chief, Steven Davis, who retires after more than 32 years of dedicated service to our community.
Drawn by the allure of fire trucks, Davis was attracted to firefighting at a young age. For many, riding on fire
Today is National Pet Fire Safety Day!
This annual awareness day is a great time to practice your home evacuation plan with your pet and to make sure your pet's emergency 'Go Kit' is stocked and ready.
The Madison Fire Department welcomed a new class of firefighters into its ranks at the first in-person graduation ceremony since the COVID-19 pandemic. Joining Recruit Class 11 were the two firefighters from Recruit Class 10, who graduated their Academy last year but did not get to celebrate their
The MFD Fire Training Division recently completed commercial roof operations training at Westgate Mall through our acquired structure program. All ladder companies in the city attended this training.
In six days, over 50 ventilation holes were cut with over 100 of our members
Assistant Chief Mike Popovich takes one last tour on Command Car 31 today—the 33rd anniversary of his very first day on the Madison Fire Department—as he wraps up a rich career that spanned nearly every rank and position within the department.
Prior to his career at the Madison Fire Department, Arthur Dinkins III served eight years in the U.S. Navy and was employed at Wisconsin Physicians Service (WPS). He always enjoyed participating in sports and being physically active, though it never occurred to him to become a firefighter. In fact
Lieutenant Steve Tennant celebrated with his crew before signing off from Ladder Co. 2 one last time on Monday, January 4, 2021. He did so with gratitude for his colleagues, and for a career that never got old during his two and a half decades with the department.