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
For the 10th year, Madison Fire joins forces with Madison Police to collect blood donations through the American Red Cross. The annual drive is held to honor the lives of those lost in the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001.
This year marks the 20th anniversary of the attacks
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, in partnership with Fire Fighters Local 311, hosted a ceremonial ground breaking at Fire Station 14, the future site of a new memorial to honor our members who have made the ultimate sacrifice.
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
Starting yesterday, we expanded our emergency response, code enforcement, and safety education services into the Town of Madison. Our department worked closely with City and Town officials, including Town of Madison Fire Chief David Bloom and his staff, to ensure a seamless transition and
Early voting and absentee voting are underway in Madison, and the City has made a number of ballot drop boxes available for your convenience. If you have a ballot that has been completed and signed by a witness, you can drop it off at your nearest fire station or Elver Park.
All fourteen of Madison's fire stations are lit up in red this Saturday to honor and remember those who made the ultimate sacrifice in the line of duty, and to show support for the families whose loved ones are being remembered.
Lori Karst (Madison Fire) & Roxie Berra (Red Cross)
COVID-19 might have put a twist in the annual “Never Forget” blood drive, but it didn’t deter Madison Fire and Madison Police from collecting a record amount of donations!