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After 32 years of dedicated service to the City of Madison, Fire Chief Steven Davis announces his retirement from the Madison Fire Department effective April 1, 2022.
The Madison Fire Department, Madison Police Department, and the American Red Cross of Wisconsin invite the public to give the gift of life through blood donation during the 10th annual “Never Forget” Blood Drive.
A new initiative designed to provide alternative emergency response for individuals who are in crisis is set to launch next week.
MADISON, WI -- Madison Public Library is hosting an in-person, outdoor resource fair at Penn Park on Tuesday, June 29 from 12-5 p.m.
In its ongoing efforts to re-imagine public safety, the City of Madison is planning a virtual public information session to seek public input on an innovative new pilot program called CARES.
The Madison Fire Department, City of Madison, Pierce Manufacturing and Oshkosh Airport Products introduce the revolutionary Volterra™ platform of electric vehicles for the fire and emergency market.
The City of Madison Clerk’s Office has purchased 14 secure ballot drop boxes that are being placed at 13 Madison Fire stations and at Elver Park shelter.
The Madison Fire Department’s Lake Rescue Team announces the acquisition of a new rescue airboat dedicated in honor of retired Lieutenant and Lake Rescue Team co-founder Craig H. Yapp.
The firefighters of Madison’s Fire Station 6 on West Badger Road are looking to beautify the station with original works by a local artist using repurposed station materials.
The COVID-19 pandemic put a pause on public fireworks displays this year, but the Madison Fire Department reminds the public not to take a “do it yourself” approach to the Fourth of July.
A number of recent fires have left more than 80 people in our community without a home, and each fire had a common link: cigarettes.
Yesterday’s fire on our City’s west side serves as a stark reminder that our first responders continue to place themselves in harm’s way in order to keep us safe throughout this pandemic.