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.
For the first time since 2019, the Madison Fire Department is accepting applications for the position of fulltime firefighter/EMT.
For the first time ever, the Madison Fire Department (MFD) hosts a series of virtual recruitment open houses aimed at introducing new audiences to the idea of becoming a career firefighter/EMT.
MADISON, Wis. (Aug. 30, 2022) - The American Red Cross and the Madison Fire and Police Departments are hosting the 11th annual Never Forget Blood Drive Saturday, Sept. 10 from 7 a.m. to 1 p.m.
As the Fourth of July holiday approaches, the City of Madison Fire Department reminds everyone to enjoy the holiday safely.
Medic 14 is now in service and responding to emergency medical calls on Madison’s southeast side, bringing additional advanced life support (ALS) emergency services to the area.
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.