Village of Bellevue Fire-Rescue Department

Village of Bellevue Fire-Rescue Department Bellevue Fire-Rescue

The Bellevue Fire-Rescue Department is responsible for providing a variety of Fire Rescue services to our community on a 24 hour 365 day basis. The department responds out of two fire stations. Fire Station 1 is staffed with an Engine Crew from 7:00am-5:00pm Monday-Friday and 7:00am-3:00pm Saturday-Sunday. The Battalion Chiefs respond from Fire Station 1 and respond 24 hours per day. The remainder of the hours are covered by paid on call members who respond from home to the station. Fire Station is staffed strictly with paid on call Firefighters responding to the station from home. Key services provided by the Department include Fire Prevention, Fire Education, Fire Suppression, Technical Rescue response, Emergency Management, and Mutual Aid services. During our staffed hours, the Bellevue Fire-Rescue Department, in partnership with County Rescue Services, is responsible for providing pre-hospital care for the community of Bellevue. The Bellevue Fire-Rescue Department personnel provide a First Responder level of care and assist County Rescue personnel. County Rescue Services transport all patients and provide a Paramedic level of care. The department is currently made up of 1 full time Fire Chief, 3 full time Battalion Chiefs, 2 full time Fire Officers, 2 paid per call/part time Fire Officers 2 full time Firefighters, and approximately 35 paid per call/part time Firefighters.

Mission: The Bellevue Fire and Rescue Department is dedicated to providing the community with progressive, high-quality emergency and preventative services that support the growth of the community. Responsive services will meet or exceed recognized Federal, State and local standards, regulations, ordinances, and guidelines at or below relative per capita costs of neighboring and comparable municipalities. Each member of the Fire Department is valuable. We are committed to educating the public in specified aspects of health and safety to assure a superior quality of life. We value our partnership with the community and remain flexible to meet its needs.

US National Weather Service Green Bay Wisconsin
07/10/2019

US National Weather Service Green Bay Wisconsin

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Scattered thunderstorms are expected today into early this evening. Some of the strongest storms may produce damaging winds, large hail and heavy downpours. The greatest risk of severe weather is from 3 pm to 8 pm. It will be warm and humid with highs in the 80s to around 90. The chance of storms should by end by mid evening.

Today crews began the required annual ground ladder testing. The tests ensure that the ladders can perform under rated p...
06/26/2019

Today crews began the required annual ground ladder testing. The tests ensure that the ladders can perform under rated pressures and are still fit for duty. Crews also wash and wax the ladders to ensure they are in proper working order. All in service ladders are required to go through the tests.

Appleton Fire Department
06/26/2019

Appleton Fire Department

The official AFD Mitch Lundgaard memorial shirts and sweatshirt are now available online through the Friends of the Appleton Fire Department. Orders will be taken only until July 7, so don't delay. We ask that you share this link with everyone you know. All proceeds will go to Lundgaard family. Thank you! https://afd-lundgaard-tees.myshopify.com

With warmer temps in the forecast and the holiday weekend just around the corner we want to take a minute to remind ever...
06/25/2019

With warmer temps in the forecast and the holiday weekend just around the corner we want to take a minute to remind everyone about the dangers of swimming. Drowning is quick, silent, and can happen at a moments notice. Please take a moment to review the pool safety facts and tips from Safe Kids. Thank you and make it a safe day!

Coming into the final stages of the program, our recruits were out last night working on driving and operating the Ladde...
06/18/2019

Coming into the final stages of the program, our recruits were out last night working on driving and operating the Ladder truck. Recruits were asked to set up the aerial device and then operate the controls as if they were on a scene. Each recruit must complete a checklist of skills before being signed off on the truck.

ReadyWisconsin
06/18/2019

ReadyWisconsin

Help a firefighter! Make sure you keep grass and weeds clipped down along fire hydrants! #firesafety

Recently the Fire Department was the recipient of a $1,000 grant awarded by Walmart. This money will be used to purchase...
06/17/2019

Recently the Fire Department was the recipient of a $1,000 grant awarded by Walmart. This money will be used to purchase school supplies handed out during National Night Out and for the purchase of fire prevention and education materials. We would like to thank Walmart and their staff for their generosity and continued support!

Last night members of the Fire Department were fortunate enough to get hands on extrication training. Members practiced ...
06/11/2019

Last night members of the Fire Department were fortunate enough to get hands on extrication training. Members practiced various extrication techniques and refreshed on patient care during vehicle accidents. Thank you to T&H Auto Body and Sales for providing us with the cars and space to do the training!

Yesterday members from B-Crew stopped by fire truck loving Dax's 5th birthday party. This future firefighter sure was ex...
06/03/2019

Yesterday members from B-Crew stopped by fire truck loving Dax's 5th birthday party. This future firefighter sure was excited to see the truck and talk with the crew. Thank you for inviting us and we hope your 5th birthday was as cool as you are! Happy Birthday pal!

US National Weather Service Green Bay Wisconsin
05/30/2019

US National Weather Service Green Bay Wisconsin

[5/30/19] 1:30 pm. Here's a look at the severe weather risk for FRIDAY the 31st of May. Much of northeast Wisconsin is under a slight risk for severe storms. The main focus will be strong winds mixing down to the surface, starting in the afternoon and lasting into the evening. Lightning, heavy rainfall, and large hail are also possible.

Profile Pictures
05/29/2019

Profile Pictures

Village of Bellevue Fire-Rescue Department's cover photo
05/29/2019

Village of Bellevue Fire-Rescue Department's cover photo

Today we remember and honor those who lost their lives protecting our freedoms. We wish you a blessed and safe Memorial ...
05/27/2019

Today we remember and honor those who lost their lives protecting our freedoms. We wish you a blessed and safe Memorial Day.

BayCare Clinic, LLP
05/22/2019

BayCare Clinic, LLP

Members of the stroke team at Aurora BayCare Medical Center recently partnered with the Village of Bellevue Fire-Rescue Department to offer free blood pressure screenings and stroke education to the community. Participants learned about the signs and symptoms of stroke, stroke prevention and were urged to dial 9-1-1 when they suspect someone near them is experiencing a stroke.

Village of Bellevue Fire-Rescue Department
05/20/2019

Village of Bellevue Fire-Rescue Department

Village of Bellevue Fire-Rescue Department's cover photo
05/16/2019

Village of Bellevue Fire-Rescue Department's cover photo

Village of Bellevue Fire-Rescue Department
05/16/2019

Village of Bellevue Fire-Rescue Department

The Bellevue Fire-Rescue Department would like to pass along its condolences to the Appleton Fire Department during this...
05/16/2019

The Bellevue Fire-Rescue Department would like to pass along its condolences to the Appleton Fire Department during this difficult time. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.

While on-line shopping is convenient and time saving, please exercise caution and do your homework on the product you ar...
05/10/2019
Why It's So Easy to Sell Dangerous (and Illegal) Car Seats for Kids on Amazon

While on-line shopping is convenient and time saving, please exercise caution and do your homework on the product you are purchasing. Counterfeit car seats are being sold on popular sites such as Amazon, Walmart, and eBay through third party marketplace. These car seats do not meet the standards set forth by U.S. Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard No. 213 and easily fail crash tests. Please see the article below for more information on the counterfeit products and how to protect yourself against falling victim to a counterfeit seat.

https://www.inc.com/jeff-bercovici/amazon-dangerous-car-seats.html?cid=search

Experts say many restraints for small children offered for sale on Amazon would offer little protection in a crash.

Over the years, the Fire Service has evolved from just responding to fire incidents to become more of an all emergency i...
05/06/2019

Over the years, the Fire Service has evolved from just responding to fire incidents to become more of an all emergency incident response team. While we still respond to fires, we also handle medical calls, water rescues, confined space rescues, car accidents and other emergencies as requested. In addition to responding to emergency situations, fire department members are involved in community risk reduction, public education, fire inspections, community outreach and generally supporting our community in every way we possibly can.

The Village of Bellevue Fire-Rescue Department is hiring part-time firefighters. While we accept applications throughout the year, we want to make sure all interested parties get their application in for consideration before the June 3rd deadline, at 5pm.

Applications can be obtained at Bellevue Fire Station #1 located at 3100 Eaton Road in the Village of Bellevue or by following this link: http://www.villageofbellevue.org/government/job_opportunities. Completed applications can be dropped off at Bellevue Fire Station #1 or emailed to Chief Jack Mlnarik at [email protected]. Once again, we will accept applications for this upcoming recruit class through Monday June 3rd, with testing and interviews to follow in June/July.

If you have any questions, please feel free to call us at (920)884-1077 Ext. 312, or you may email your questions to Chief Mlnarik at the email address above.

Thank you.

Today members of B-Shift, along with responding County Rescue personnel and hospital staff, were awarded the “Brain Pi...
04/25/2019

Today members of B-Shift, along with responding County Rescue personnel and hospital staff, were awarded the “Brain Pin” from Aurora Hospital. 911 was called for a male with a possible stroke. Upon arrival County Rescue personnel confirmed the patient was experiencing an active stroke and a stroke alert was called in to Aurora. Members of Bellevue Fire-Rescue and County Rescue acted quickly to move the patient from the residence to the ambulance. The patient was then transported to the hospital where the clot busting medication TPA was administered. From the time the stroke alert was received to the time the life saving medication was administered was less than 20 minutes. For the quick actions of all involved the Brain Pin was awarded by Aurora staff. Remember that time lost is brain lost in a stroke situation. Use B.E.F.A.S.T. if you suspect someone may be suffering a stroke. Balance (loss of, headache, or dizziness), Eyes (loss of vision) Facial droop, Arm drift, Slurred speech, and Time. Excellent work by all involved!

The Bellevue Fire-Rescue Department would like to thank Bellin College for their generous donation. The funds donated wi...
04/19/2019

The Bellevue Fire-Rescue Department would like to thank Bellin College for their generous donation. The funds donated will be used to purchase a cold-water rescue suit. The Bellevue Fire-Rescue Department appreciates Bellin’s continued support. From Left to Right: Chad Daul (Coordinator of Hands on Healthcare), Bellevue Battalion Chief Dan Wachholz, Dr. Mark Bake (Dean of Allied Health Sciences at Bellin College).

This past Saturday members were out attending the Bunny Hop at Festival Foods and the Easter Egg Bonanza at Josten Park....
04/15/2019

This past Saturday members were out attending the Bunny Hop at Festival Foods and the Easter Egg Bonanza at Josten Park. We had a great time and would like to say thank you to all those who stopped by to say hi!

ReadyWisconsin
04/10/2019

ReadyWisconsin

Due to the threat of severe weather including possible severe thunderstorms and tornadoes in southern WI tomorrow afternoon and evening - Wisconsin's Statewide Tornado Drill has been postponed until Friday

04/10/2019
Great piece from a recent fire in De Pere. Please remember to close before you doze.
04/09/2019
Intense: Aftermath of a raging house fire shows why you should close doors at night

Great piece from a recent fire in De Pere. Please remember to close before you doze.

The number of people dying in house fires nationwide is increasing, but firefighters say simply closing your doors at night could greatly increase your chance of survival. They take us into a home that recently burned to show us exactly how it makes a difference.

Brown County's CODE RED was vital during the recent flooding. Residents who were registered received emergency notificat...
04/08/2019
Community Notification Enrollment

Brown County's CODE RED was vital during the recent flooding. Residents who were registered received emergency notifications regarding road closures, shelter in place orders, and evacuations.

Brown County uses CODE RED to send EMERGENCY notifications by phone, email, text and social media to keep citizens informed of emergencies such as an evacuation notice, utility outages, water main brakes, fire or floods, chemical spills, or other emergency situations.

There is no charge to register for or use CODE RED and your personal information will be kept confidential. Registering for CODE RED is quick and easy, just click below.

04/08/2019
It was great to have the opportunity to speak with all the participants involved in the Bellevue Citizens Academy last n...
04/05/2019

It was great to have the opportunity to speak with all the participants involved in the Bellevue Citizens Academy last night. The class asked a lot of great questions and was a pleasure to have at the station. We hope to see even more people at next years class.

In these pictures Captain Andrew Aschenbrenner is explaining how the department operates.

It was great to have the opportunity to speak with all the participants involved in the Bellevue Citizens Academy last night. The class asked a lot of great questions and was a pleasure to have at the station. We hope to see even more people at next years class.

In these pictures Captain Andrew Aschenbrenner is explaining how the department operates.

04/04/2019
03/29/2019
North Tunica County Fire Department

The National Fire Protection Association states that half of all fire deaths in the United States happen at night when most people are asleep. You can greatly increase your odds of survival in a structure fire with one simple step, closing your bedroom door before going to sleep. A closed door can prevent smoke and heat from entering your room for an extended period of time, giving you precious time to escape through a secondary route such as a window. A closed door also offers arriving firefighters more time to effect a rescue in that room if need be. This video was posted by the North Tunica County Fire Department in Mississippi on March 24 after a recent fire. Please watch until the end.
#closebeforeyoudoze

A video of the interior from this afternoon's structure fire. At the end it shows the importance of closing your bedroom before you go to sleep.

03/26/2019
Bellevue Fire-Rescue Training

At last night’s training the Bellevue Fire-Rescue Department practiced fire behavior and reading smoke conditions. Department members built a model house out of plywood and used it to help demonstrate the differences between fire dynamics and fire behavior. By controlling the ventilation openings there are many different scenarios that can be created. After a long winter inside, it was great to get back outside for this valuable training.

Today at Fleet Farm a generous citizen donated $100 to Girl Scout Troop 4358 while they were selling cookies. The Troop ...
03/17/2019

Today at Fleet Farm a generous citizen donated $100 to Girl Scout Troop 4358 while they were selling cookies. The Troop then decided they wanted to donate the boxes of cookies to the Fire Department. As delicious as the cookies are, the guys decided they needed to share the generosity. The cookies were then distributed to the Brown County Dispatchers, County Rescue, Brown County Sheriffs Department, and the Fire Department. Thank you girls for your thoughtful donation!

03/15/2019
Brown County Emergency Management

Please take notice

https://www.facebook.com/59502750/posts/10102846534704026?sfns=mo

***UPDATE at 8:40pm***
Please do not call the number listed below unless you are in the Evacuation zone. If you are not in the evacuation zone, please use your best judgment. If you think you are unsafe in your home, safely leave (unless you are in the shelter-in-place section). We do not know how high the water will get or when it will go down. We are trusting everyone to use their best judgment. Avoid flooded areas. We are trying to stay on top of notifications via social media and CodeRed to let everyone know about possible evacuations.

Evacuation: Brown County residents that live on GV/Monroe between STH 172 and Dickinson Rd need to evacuate/be evacuated due to the high and rising water. If you reside in this area and live south of Lamers Bus, please evacuate southbound on Monroe. If you live north of Lamers on Monroe, please call 391-6925 to make arrangements for evacuations as you will need help from high-clearance vehicles to get out.

Remember; Purses, Pills, People, Pets, Phones. Grab your essentials and evacuate.

FYI
03/14/2019

FYI

Bower Creek Road Closure

Bower Creek Road between Paris Lane and Wayside Place has been temporarily closed due to high water. Water is up to Bower Creek Road at the Bower Creek Bridge, near Wayside Place and is flowing over road at the Unnamed Creek near Paris Lane. Residents in the Kettle Creek Subdivision will need to access their homes via Tordeur Lane.

While it certainly does not seem like it, spring is on its way! The first sign of impending spring is this coming Sunday...
03/05/2019

While it certainly does not seem like it, spring is on its way! The first sign of impending spring is this coming Sunday when we begin daylight savings time. Changing the time on our clocks is a great reminder to change the batteries in our smoke and CO detectors, “change your clocks, change your batteries”. When you change the batteries, also check the date of manufacture for each detector. Most detectors are good for 10 years before expiring and require replacing. Remember, working smoke and CO detectors save lives. Thank you and make it a safe day!

Just as a heads up, the Brown County Public Health Center is moving into new locations as of March 4th. One will be at t...
03/04/2019

Just as a heads up, the Brown County Public Health Center is moving into new locations as of March 4th. One will be at the Duck Creek Center on Glendale Ave in Howard and the other will be at the Sophie Beaumont Building on Jefferson St in Green Bay. Please see the picture for maps.

For our farming friends out there. Please see the following press release from the Department of Agriculture, Trade and ...
02/28/2019

For our farming friends out there. Please see the following press release from the Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection regarding handling/preventing damage from this winter.

Attention parents, please be aware of what you are purchasing online! Recently a St. Lukes car seat technician in Boise ...
02/20/2019
Boise hospital warns of knock-off car seats: 'There's no way a child would survive a crash in a seat like this'

Attention parents, please be aware of what you are purchasing online! Recently a St. Lukes car seat technician in Boise discovered two counterfeit car seats during routine car seat checks. The counterfeits were made almost entirely of cheap plastic, bore virtually no markings, did not contain a registration card, and certainly would not properly secure a child. Luckily these families brought their car seats in to be installed by a technician or this easily could have turned tragic. A great reminder that the internet can't always be trusted and it is highly recommended to have your car seats inspected by certified technicians! We can take appointments 7 days a week! Monday-Friday from 7:30 am-3:30 pm and Saturday-Sunday 7:30 am- 1:30 pm. Please email [email protected] to set up an appointment.

Please follow the link below for the full story.

https://www.ktvb.com/article/news/health/boise-hospital-warns-of-knock-off-car-seats-theres-no-way-a-child-would-survive-a-crash-in-a-seat-like-this/277-c1db11e9-0489-44bb-85f2-a2b7bd362080

St. Luke's Children's Hospital car seat technicians came across two counterfeit car seats this past week. Experts say not only are the car seats fake, but they are extremely dangerous.

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