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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Tonight we burned a brush pile for an area resident. This is an annual burn that we do for them. Due to the drier conditions in the area, we pre-soaked the surrounding vegetation to prevent any unwanted spread. The burn went without a hitch and the crews even cut up quite a bit of the larger pieces of wood to aid in consuming the whole pile. ... See MoreSee Less

The severity of this storm continues to rise. Please take any precautions you may need to before you go to bed tonight.PDS Thunderstorm Watch number 399 has been issued for portions of Minnesota and Wisconsin until 2 am CDT. Widespread damaging wind gusts to 90 mph, large hail, and a couple tornadoes are likely this evening and overnight. See www.spc.noaa.gov for more info. #MNwx #WIwx ... See MoreSee Less

The severity of this storm continues to rise. Please take any precautions you may need to before you go to bed tonight.

Severe storms with damaging winds, possibly hurricane force, after 10 PM tonight. Large hail and isolated tornadoes also possible. Locations west and south of Madison may not experience any severe weather or any storms at all. ... See MoreSee Less

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Tonight we hosted a joint training with Belgium Fire Department and Fredonia Fire Department. The training topics, as you can see, were vehicle fires and vehicle extrication. Each department was able to suppress a car fire as well as be involved in the vehicle extrication portion. It is important to have joint trainings such as these with our neighboring departments so that we are able to work seamlessly on the scene of an actual incident.

Thank you to Auto Parts & Recycling for the use of your property as well as the vehicles that you supplied for our training!
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We were happy to host this great group of kids!

Welcome, Summer Koehler, to the Explorer group! She started her membership with the Waubeka Fire Department last week and this was her first practice with the district explorers.

Also, a thank you goes out to the Koehler family for the endless use of their property!
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Photos from US National Weather Service Milwaukee/Sullivan Wisconsin's post ... See MoreSee Less

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