Milwaukee Fire Department

Milwaukee Fire Department

The Milwaukee Fire Department, also known as the MFD, was established January 1, 1875. The department consists of 36 Fire Stations, 35 Engines, 15 Trucks, 12 Paramedic Units, and the Fireboat Trident.  Currently under the leadership of Fire Chief Mark Rohlfing, the
MFD, is the primary fire suppression, prevention, rescue and emergency medical service for the City of Milwaukee. The department's motto is "Courage, Integrity and Honor."

The Milwaukee Fire Department consists of more than 800 firefighters, many of whom serve simultaneously as paramedics providing BLS (basic life support) and ALS (advance life support) services. The MFD was ranked 3rd in the country for best medical emergency service by a USA Today study in 2003.

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MFD 2012 Yearbook Order Form

This hard cover yearbook is 200 pages of MFD information and history, featuring all color photographs. Delivery should be in time for the holidays! The cost of the yearbook is $30.00.

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Heart Attack and Stroke Awareness

It can be difficult at times to know if you are having a real medical emergency. Many people are not aware of the symptoms that are indicative of a serious medical condition. Please use the following links to help you identify the symptoms that are associated with strokes and heart attacks to be sure you call for the help when needed.

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Open Burning Regulations

Learn about your responsibility to eliminate fire hazards.

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Contact Us

711 West Wells Street
Milwaukee, WI 53233
Firehouse Locations

414-286-8948

Dispatched Calls for Service

FIRE CHIEF Mark A. Rohlfing  

Fire Chief

Mark A. Rohlfing

Biography

Phone: 414-286-8948