On Sunday, June 9, the City of Madison Fire Department treated and transported two Ironman 70.3 Wisconsin athletes who were rescued from Lake Monona during separate emergencies.
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Second Ironman 70.3 Wisconsin Athlete Has Diedposted
PulsePoint App Helped Save Student Experiencing Cardiac Arrestposted
In recognition of National CPR and AED Awareness Week, Dane County hospitals and emergency responders came together to celebrate the success of the PulsePoint app in helping to save a 28-year-old student at Madison College
City earns LEED Platinum certification for fire station 14posted
The City of Madison Engineering Division is proud to announce Madison Fire Station 14 has achieved Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Platinum certification by the U.S. Green Building Association.
Getting Out the Grill? Remember These Tips!posted
With warmer temperatures on tap this weekend, many will be inspired to light up the grill. Before doing so, it’s important to review these safety tips:
Fire Station 14 Brings Fire, EMS Protection to Southeast Madisonposted
Celebrate the Grand Opening of Fire Station 14 (3201 Dairy Drive) Friday, February 15, at 1:00 p.m.
Madison Fire Department Seeks Help Identifying Citizen Heroposted
It was just before 3:00 a.m. Wednesday, January 30, when a man residing on the 4800 block of Buckeye Road awoke to the sound of someone pounding on his front door.
Severe Weather Update - 1/31/2019posted
With record setting low temperatures, City of Madison staff remain on duty assisting not only residents of Madison, but in one instance, residents of the small neighboring community of Brooklyn.
Severe Weather Updateposted
Madison employees including Police, Fire, Streets, Water, Engineering, Madison Metro, Traffic Engineering, Building Inspection, Fleet Service and others are continuing to brave the cold to assure City residents that essent
Annual Fire Truck Parade Canceledposted
Due to the weather forecast slated for this weekend, the annual Fire Truck Parade scheduled to take pl
City of Madison Flooding Update - Wednesday, 8/29posted
We are incredibly fortunate that, although we had a severe weather forecast for our area last night, the majority of the rain went to the north and south of Madison. That meant that although there were some minor lane clo
ALERT: Flash Flooding Risks City-wideposted
Conditions are favorable for urban flash flooding with 2-3" of rain in the next two hours with 1" later in the evening. Don't drive. Move cars from low-lying areas. Turn around; don't drown.
Statement From the Madison Fire Department Regarding The OutReach Pride Paradeposted
The City of Madison Fire Department is proud to serve and care for each and every member of our city’s diverse community.