Ensuring the Safety and Peace of our Community

We as a department will work as a team and strive to ensure the safety and peace of mind for those we serve

Serving the Community Since 1899

Our longevity is due to our valued members and firefighters who work hard to keep our community safe

Providing the Highest Quality of Emergency and Non-Emergency Services

We provide these services in a thorough and professional manner

Welcome to the Waubeka Fire Department

Our mission is to provide the citizens and visitors to our community the highest quality of emergency and non-emergency services as well as public education.

We as a department will work as a team and strive to ensure the safety and peace of mind for those we serve. Whether the emergency is natural or man-made the volunteers of the Waubeka Fire Department are committed to the welfare of our community.

We pledge to be strong but kind, fearless but compassionate, and faithful to our service.  Our main priority is to provide these services in a thorough and professional manner which is the integrity and heritage of the Waubeka Fire Department.

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This past week our EMT’s trained on water emergencies with our water rescue team. Incidents included a diving accident and rope swing accidents.

One of our members lent his pond to us for the day for training. This property provides our members a great training ground that allows for a controlled and safe environment to hone our skills.
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Awesome job, WFD.

Today at 3:25pm Fredonia Fire and EMS were dispatched for a vehicle vs. motorcycle accident. Assisting at the scene were Port Washington Paramedics and Waubeka Rescue. The motorcyclist was transported to Froedert Hospital in Milwaukee by Flight for Life. Your thoughts and prayers are welcomed for the injured rider and their speedy recovery. ... See MoreSee Less

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Thank you to all volunteers involved. God bless.

Thank you for everyone who helped out I hope and pray that the motorcyclist made it through the accident.

4th of July water rescue team training! ... See MoreSee Less

This past Tuesday evening, we trained with Belgium and Fredonia fire departments on long driveway setups. This driveway was roughly 2,000 feet long and we easily achieved over 1,000 GPM’s(gallons per minute) on both of our evolutions. Thank you to Fredonia Fire Dept. for hosting! ... See MoreSee Less

There is now a Flash Flood Warning for all of Ozaukee County until 11:45 tonight.

Severe Thunderstorm Warning is in effect until 10:00PM

The Tornado Watch is still in effect until 10:00PM.
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A tornado watch has been issued for parts of Illinois, Iowa, Minnesota and Wisconsin until 10 PM CDT. #wiwx ... See MoreSee Less

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