"Caring professionals protecting their community"
     Waterloo, Wisconsin              Call Us at (920) 478-2535
 
 

We Adhere to the Following Values: 

                   SERVICE   -   TEAMWORK   -   ACCOUNTABILITY   -   INTEGRITY   -   RESPECT

 
 

       Welcome!                                   Waterloo Fire & Rescue


Waterloo Fire & Rescue will join other Fire Departments in the state of Wisconsin as we start our annual “Keep the Wreath Green” campaign on December 1st.  The campaign will run through December 31st and the goal is to keep the wreath green and prevent fires.  The Department has placed a wreath on the Fire Station decorated with green light bulbs, a symbol of a fire safe community.  If the Fire Department is called out between December 1st and New Year’s Day the Department will replace a green bulb with a red bulb.

Home fires during the holiday season often involve cooking, Christmas trees, candles and decorations. According to the National Fire Protection Association, U.S. fire departments responded to an estimated average of 860 home structure fires per year that began with decorations, excluding Christmas trees, in 2009-2013. These fires caused an annual average of one civilian fire death, 41 civilian fire injuries and $13.4 million in direct property damage.

Unattended cooking is the leading cause of U.S. home fires and home fire injuries, with most cooking fires involving the stove top. In 2014, Thanksgiving was the leading date for home structure fires caused by cooking, followed by Christmas Day and Christmas Eve.


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Waterloo Fire & EMS is proudly celebrating their

50th Year

as a Fire Department based EMS Service

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>>>>>>>>STAFF POSITION OPENING<<<<<<<<

Waterloo Fire & Rescue is seeking an LTE to work daytime shifts, with the possibility of 2nd and 3rd shifts.

 All applicants should be Firefighter I and hold a State of Wisconsin AEMT license.  $13/hour starting

This position has the possibility of becoming a fulltime position.  All interested applicants should send their resume to:

Waterloo Fire & Rescue, 900 Industrial Lane, Waterloo, WI  53594    Att. Chief Vern Butzine

Resumes should arrive by  January 30, 2017


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Fire Inspections are now done by the Waterloo Fire Department

All business in our fire district will be visited

Certified Fire Inspectors are:  Fire Chief Vern Butzine  Mathew Petrie,  Jason Butzine,  Jon Boedefeld,  Kennan Hering, Ben Weber,  Kendra Hering

Any post inspection comments or concerns should be addressed to Chief Butzine at the Fire Station   478-2535

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Currently accepting volunteer applications for Fire and/or EMS

Have questions?  Stop by or call the station.

920-478-2535   Monday - Friday 6 am - 4 pm


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New baby or grandchild?  Let us help you with the car seat installation.

Waterloo fire & Rescue has certified

Child Passenger Safety Seat Technicians

If you have questions about your car seat installation or if your child is in the

correct car seat, call us and we will set up a time for you to come by and we will

help you.       902-478-2535

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The Waterloo Fire Department is located in the City of Waterloo Wisconsin, approximately 25 miles east of Madison in rural Jefferson County. The Waterloo Fire Department provides Fire Protection and Emergency Medical Service to the City of Waterloo, as well as the townships of Waterloo, Portland, Milford, and Shields. We also have mutual aid agreements with all of our surrounding communities.

Currently the Waterloo Fire Department is staffed by two fulltime employees who are trained Firefighter II and EMT-Intermediate Technicians. The fulltime staff provide support to the approximately 50 other volunteer/paid on call members who are trained to various levels to provide quality fire protection and emergency medical service to the community.

On behalf of Fire Chief
Vern Butzine
, thank you for your interest in your community department. 

 

 

                                                   Please visit our Employment page for an exciting career opportunity.

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Contact Us

We enjoy hearing from you.  Get in touch with us using the method most convenient to you. 

We are a volunteer service with only one fulltime staff member at the station during the day.  If we are unavailable to answer the phone, because we are at an emergency, or are away from the phone, please leave us a message and we will return your call as soon as we can.

Staffed hours:     6 am to 4 pm

e-mail:               admin@waterloofd.com

Phone:              920-478-2535

Fax:                   920-478-9597

   Mailing address:

                  Waterloo Fire & Rescue

                  900 Industrial Lane

                  Waterloo, WI  53594

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Donations and Memorials should be made out to:

         Waterloo Fire and EMS Supporters, Inc.

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THANK YOU