Office of African American Affairs
Affordable land and leasing costs, abundant fresh water, an educated workforce, low business costs and easy access to financing, technical assistance and efficient transportation have helped local businesses succeed and grow.
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Milwaukee Fire Department
The Milwaukee Fire Department Firefighting Division is headed by three Deputy Chiefs:
Deputy Chief Travis L. Jones - RED SHIFT
Deputy Chief Erich J. Roden - GREEN SHIFT
Deputy Chief David R. Seager Jr. - BLUE SHIFT
The Firefighting Division provides fire protection, prevention and education to the City of Milwaukee and the Village of West Milwaukee. The City covers over 95 square miles and a population of around 595,000. The city has 30 fire houses that house 30 Engine Companies, 8 Ladder Companies, 12 Paramedic Units, 6 Battalion Chiefs and a number of other state-of-the-art pieces of equipment. The fire crews work a 24-hour shift that starts at 8 a.m. and there are over 250 firefighting personnel protecting our communities on each given day.
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