The Madison Fire Department announces the expansion of the Madison Community Alternative Response Emergency Services (CARES) program to include weekend service.
For the first time since 2017, the Madison Fire Department announces the return of Firefighter Fun Day. This family-friendly event encourages the community to “meet us without the emergency!”
With area flood watches, City of Madison Fire Department remind residents to “Turn Around, Don’t Drown”.
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The Madison Fire Department is pleased to announce Bill Sullivan has been appointed to the position of Fire Marshal for the City of Madison. Sullivan assumed the duties on March 6, 2023.
The Madison Fire Department and the City of Madison IT Media Team announce the release of its first-ever feature length film, a documentary called In Her Boots.
The Madison Fire Department rang in the new year celebrating four "sprinkler saves," where automatic fire sprinklers were credited with catching and containing fires that occurred in our community.
Madison Fire Issues Reminders About Renters Insurance, Protecting Pipes
Is there an electric bicycle, scooter, or skateboard on your holiday shopping list this year? With the growing popularity of these battery-powered devices, the instances of fires related to them have risen nationwide.
Ed Ruckriegel, Fire Marshal and Emergency Management Coordinator for the City of Madison, will retire effective December 29, 2022 after 32 years of dedicated service.
The CARES program was launched in September of 2021 and is now releasing an end-of-year report.
15 years ago today, tragedy struck at 123 N. Bedford Street, where a fire broke out on the porch as four people slept inside. There was only one working smoke alarm in the two-story house.