Village of Bellevue Fire-Rescue Department

Village of Bellevue Fire-Rescue Department Bellevue Fire-Rescue
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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.

Did you know that your vehicle can get up to 104 degrees in just an hour when it is only 70 degrees outside? With the we...
06/08/2020

Did you know that your vehicle can get up to 104 degrees in just an hour when it is only 70 degrees outside? With the weather reaching summer temperatures please make sure that you are taking the proper steps to keep yourself and your loved ones healthy and safe. Attached are some quick tips for staying safe in the heat.

06/02/2020
Village of Bellevue, Wisconsin

Village of Bellevue, Wisconsin

PROCLAMATION OF EMERGENCY
June 1, 2020

WHEREAS, an emergency exists within the Village of Bellevue and the greater Green Bay area resulting from civil commotion, disturbances, looting, and rioting; and

WHEREAS, the peaceful assembly of persons exercising their First Amendment right to protest ended at approximately 10:00 p.m. in the City of Green Bay. After the conclusion of the peaceful protests, other individuals began to act in a manner that resulted in the dispersal of disruptive individuals into the greater Green Bay area that disrupted the safety and good order in those areas; and

WHEREAS, on May 31st, 2020, into the morning hours of June 1st, 2020, several riotous individuals continued to endanger the health, safety, welfare, and good order in the greater Green Bay area by engaging in unlawful activity unrelated to any peaceful protest. Such activity included the increased presence of vehicles containing individuals with prepared incendiary weapons. Further, activity has continued thereafter with credible threats of damage and looting to area business; and

WHEREAS, it is necessary and expedient for the health, safety, welfare, and good order in the greater Green Bay area and the Village of Bellevue that a curfew be imposed limiting pedestrian and vehicular travel in order to stop the looting of property damage to private and public property in the Village of Bellevue; and

WHEREAS, because of such emergency conditions, the Village Board is unable to meet with promptness.

NOW, THEREFORE, pursuant to sections 323.11 and 323.14 (4) of the Wisconsin Statutes and Sections 36-3 (4) and 36-3 (5) of the Bellevue Municipal Code, the Village of Bellevue hereby declares a local State of Emergency for the Village of Bellevue, and order an emergency curfew in the entire Village of Bellevue for all persons from 9:00 p.m. until 06:00 a.m. beginning on June 1st, 2020 and ending on June 3rd, 2020, unless extended. All persons shall cease vehicular and pedestrian travel on the public way, streets, sidewalks, and highways and return to their homes, places of work, or other convenient place.

The following individuals, working in their official capacity are exempt from this order: government personnel, emergency services personnel, utility services providers, medical providers, social services providers, and credentialed press. Persons experiencing homelessness or fleeing dangerous domestic situations are also exempt from this order.

No person shall willfully obstruct, hinder, or delay any member of the Village of Bellevue in the enforcement of any order, rule, regulations, or plan issued or violate any order, rule, regulation, or plan issued pursuant to the authority of this proclamation, which may be punishable by a forfeiture pursuant to Wisconsin Statute section 323.28.

Effective immediately this 1st day of June, 2020

We would like to extend a big thank you to Denmark State Bank for providing Police and Fire with Jersey Mikes for lunch!
05/19/2020

We would like to extend a big thank you to Denmark State Bank for providing Police and Fire with Jersey Mikes for lunch!

We would like to wish all of you Moms out there a very happy Mothers Day! Stay awesome!
05/10/2020

We would like to wish all of you Moms out there a very happy Mothers Day! Stay awesome!

We want to give a great big thank you to Denmark Distilling for their donation of 3 gallons of sanitizer to help in our ...
04/28/2020

We want to give a great big thank you to Denmark Distilling for their donation of 3 gallons of sanitizer to help in our fight against COVID-19!

Friday’s are for fish frys! B-shift enjoying some delicious perch from The Rite Place. Thank you for the delicious meal!...
04/25/2020

Friday’s are for fish frys! B-shift enjoying some delicious perch from The Rite Place. Thank you for the delicious meal! Stay safe and support small business if you can!

04/24/2020
www.ecode360.com

Recently we have been receiving multiple phone calls with questions on burning permits and camp fires so we thought we would add some clarification here. Currently all burning permits issued in the Village are suspended and we are not issuing new ones until further notice. However, you may have a recreational campfire so long as you abide by the guidelines set forth by our fire pit ordinance. The link below provides information on the ordinance. Thank you and stay safe!

https://www.ecode360.com/documents/BE3132/source/486235.pdf

C-Shift supporting small business at one of our favorite pizza joints Luigi's Italian Bistro. Stay safe and support smal...
04/18/2020

C-Shift supporting small business at one of our favorite pizza joints Luigi's Italian Bistro. Stay safe and support small business when you can!

04/17/2020
De Pere Fire Rescue

De Pere Fire Rescue

PSA.

(And thank you to Brittany Schmidt and WBAY TV-2 for their support and help in the creation of this video).

04/15/2020
Brown County Emergency Management

Please take notice.

After deliberation, we have decided to NOT sound the sirens tomorrow. We want to encourage citizens to talk with their families and coworkers about Severe Weather Preparedness and what they would do when sirens sound during a real event, but we have decided to support our partners and encourage social distancing by NOT sounding the sirens tomorrow. There are essential businesses, facilities, etc, that still have large groups of people working, and we do not want to encourage lots of people gathering in small spaces to participate in a drill. We plan to post virtual awareness on social media during the drill. We apologize for any inconvenience we've caused you.

Please share.

#BePreparedBrownCounty

04/15/2020
Safe Kids Worldwide

We are sure that many parents are asking themselves this same question. Here are some answers and tips from our friends at Safe Kids Worldwide!

“I know under normal circumstances, it is extremely dangerous to leave my young child alone in a car. But now with threat of coronavirus, is it OK for my child to wait in the car?” Your questions answered by an expert.

Learn More: https://www.safekids.org/blog/ask-expert-leaving-young-child-alone-car-during-coronavirus-pandemic

Due to the COVID-19 Safer at Home order, we are taking proactive measures by suspending all Bellevue Fire Dept. burning ...
04/09/2020
Burning Permits Are Suspended In Wisconsin

Due to the COVID-19 Safer at Home order, we are taking proactive measures by suspending all Bellevue Fire Dept. burning permits until further notice to protect the health and safety of our village residents and Wisconsinites.

All burning of debris in barrels, burning of debris piles on the ground, grass or wooded areas is prohibited at this time.

https://dnr.wi.gov/news/releases/article/?id=5071

MADISON, Wis. - Spring in Wisconsin has the highest fire risk with the No. 1 cause of wildfires being debris burning. Wildfires pose a serious threat to public safety, property and our natural resources. People cause over 98% of all wildfires in Wisconsin. Due to the COVID-19 Safer at Home order, we...

Tomorrow at 7:00 am, after serving 3 1/2 years as the Fire Chief, Chief Mlnarik will walk out of the Village of Bellevue...
04/08/2020

Tomorrow at 7:00 am, after serving 3 1/2 years as the Fire Chief, Chief Mlnarik will walk out of the Village of Bellevue F.D. doors for the final time. Chief Mlnarik oversaw great progress in the Fire Department over his tenure, including the implementation of a 24/7/365 staffed engine. Chief Mlnarik is widely respected throughout the department and will be greatly missed! We want to wish you the best in your new position as Battalion Chief in the City of De Pere and look forward to working with you in a different capacity!

Green Bay Metro Fire Department will be taking over the Fire Departments administrative responsibilities until a new Chief can be appointed.

A little positivity outside the firehouse this morning!
04/07/2020

A little positivity outside the firehouse this morning!

Many people have been spending quite a bit more time at home these days, many of whom have children. Here are some great...
04/03/2020
3 Safety Tips to Remember When Young Kids are Home

Many people have been spending quite a bit more time at home these days, many of whom have children. Here are some great tips from our friends at Safe Kids Worldwide on keeping your kids safe in the home!

https://www.safekids.org/blog/3-safety-tips-remember-when-young-kids-are-home?eType=EmailBlastContent&eId=e9764529-3169-4360-b565-e8281cc5de79

Remember these home safety tips for parents and friends balancing childcare and coronavirus.

Fridays in Wisconsin are for fish frys! C-Crew supporting #smallbusiness ordering takeout from a department favorite The...
03/28/2020

Fridays in Wisconsin are for fish frys! C-Crew supporting #smallbusiness ordering takeout from a department favorite The Ravine Pub, Grill & Banquet Hall. Hats off to John and his staff for doing an amazing job serving up delicious meals!

03/27/2020
Safe Kids Worldwide

We hope are hopeful that we can return to taking car seat appointments soon, but in the mean time here is a great how to video from our friends at Safe Kids Worldwide.

As car seat inspection stations close, it’s still important to use and install car seats properly. Our Ultimate Car Seat Guide can help. #StayAtHomeSafety #COVID19

https://www.safekids.org/ultimate-car-seat-guide/

03/25/2020

The doors are down, all is quiet but we do stand ready. On Wednesday, March 25, at 7:00 pm the Village of Bellevue Fire-Rescue Department will be opening our doors and turning on the lights on all of our trucks at St. 1 as a sign of strength and hope for all. Hope for all who work daily in EMS, Fire and Law enforcement to be ready, strength for those working around the clock to provide care, those who strive to find the right medicine to help, those in the food/grocery industry to feed us and those trucking daily to keep us going.

You can do your part at home, too! Turn your porch light on...💡Let us all know you’re fine and have hope. We ask all with red, blue, white or your department colors...Light ‘em up and turn them on. Maybe just maybe, we’ll create five minutes of smiles and peace.

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03/25/2020

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To all of our citizens, visitors, familes, and friends, we care about you, and always will!

FYI
03/21/2020

FYI

Attention: Effective immediately, Bellin Health’s Bellevue Urgent Care Center will not be available until further notice. Resources have been deployed toward the opening of a Bellin Health Respiratory Clinic in West De Pere.

03/21/2020

While we know there are a-lot of COVID-19 posts being shared we would like to give you an update on what measures we are taking here in order to reduce the risk of exposure so that we may continue to serve our residents at the highest level possible.

Effective immediately:

• Station tours are cancelled
• All public education events are cancelled
• Routine fire inspections are suspended
• No public or families are permitted in the station.
• Shift personnel uniforms shall remain at the station
o Uniforms shall be laundered at the station
• All training will be conducted in-house
o In groups of 10 or less
• All outside training and travel is cancelled
• Members will self-evaluate their own status regarding virus symptoms upon going on duty, and report any symptoms to their Captain
▪ One in-one out
▪ Conserves PPE
▪ Consider having the patient meet you outside
• All commonly touched items shall be disinfected at the start of each shift, including SCBA regulators.
• The number of people gathering will follow current State mandates
• Members should limit their potential for exposure while off-duty practicing social distancing and avoiding non-essential gatherings
• It is strongly recommended that employees postpone or cancel personal travel outside the State of Wisconsin
• Any member who voluntarily chooses travel destinations to states listed as “Community Transmission States” or out of the country will be subject to a 14 -day self-quarantine upon return.
• Members must notify Chief or Captain of past travel outside the State of Wisconsin since February 15, 2020

Rest assured that we are taking all necessary precautionary measures in order to maintain our ability to serve our residents at the highest level! We look forward to when we are able to participate in all public education events and welcome you into our station again! Until then please follow all the recommended guidelines to prevent further spread of this disease. Thank you and make it a safe day!

Quarantine orders are in place, but take out from many local restaurants is still available. That being said, we can't p...
03/20/2020

Quarantine orders are in place, but take out from many local restaurants is still available. That being said, we can't pass up a local fish fry! C-Crew supporting small business and enjoying an excellent take out fish fry from Chef Andy and his staff at Galley 57.

03/20/2020
03/20/2020
This is very helpful, especially with everyone thinking about disinfection.
03/18/2020

This is very helpful, especially with everyone thinking about disinfection.

Great Public Safety Announcement. While trying to clean and decontaminate please don’t mix these cleaning agents.

FYI
03/16/2020

FYI

The Village of Bellevue is taking proactive measures to address the growing concerns of COVID-19. At this time all Village-Sponsored events and programs are suspended. Staff will be contacting user groups and program participants in the coming days with more information regarding specific programs and rentals. We thank you for your understanding, and we apologize for any inconveniences caused by the cancellations. We will continue to provide updates on our website and through social media outlets.

03/15/2020

Members of our department place a high value on community interaction and thoroughly enjoy participating in as many community events as possible. With that being said, due to the unprecedented nature and response to the Corona Virus, at this time the Fire Department will be suspending all outside activities until further notice. While members will still be responding to emergency calls, in an effort to reduce the risk to personnel, the Fire Department will be suspending any scheduled presentations and station tours, will not be scheduling station tours, car seat installs or presentations, and will not be accepting food donations. Please understand that these measures are being put in place in an effort to continue to serve our community at the highest level by preventing any unnecessary exposure and reducing the risk of infection to the members of the department, their families, and the members of the community. We appreciate your understanding and hope to resume normal operations soon!

The warming temperatures and the arrival of daylight savings time is a sure sign that Spring is just around the corner! ...
03/07/2020

The warming temperatures and the arrival of daylight savings time is a sure sign that Spring is just around the corner! When we change our clocks it is a great reminder to change the batteries in our smoke and CO detectors. Working smoke and CO detectors save lives!

The potential for severe flooding this coming Spring is very real. Please take a moment to review these tips regarding p...
03/04/2020

The potential for severe flooding this coming Spring is very real. Please take a moment to review these tips regarding preparedness.

With temperatures rising and possible rain in the forecast for the next week or two, we want to remind everyone to prepare for any potential flooding we may be facing. Remember to check out our Flood Webpage to see where you live in relation to the floodplain. Please follow these tips if you or someone you know may experience flooding.

FLOODINGinBC.com

#BePreparedBrownCounty

We would like to welcome our newest Full-Time Firefighter, Alex Becker. Alex has been with the department since Septembe...
02/22/2020

We would like to welcome our newest Full-Time Firefighter, Alex Becker. Alex has been with the department since September of 2017 and began fulfilling his full-time duties on February 5th. Welcome Alex!

In an effort to better serve our aging population, members of the department attended a Purple Angel training put on by ...
02/21/2020

In an effort to better serve our aging population, members of the department attended a Purple Angel training put on by the ADRC of Brown County. This training focused specifically on basics of dementia, how to recognize that someone may have dementia, and how to appropriately respond, communicate, and create a safe place for people with dementia and their caregivers. This training provided our members with valuable information on communication skills for patients with dementia. We would like to thank the ADRC for providing this free 30 minute training session!

While we know clearing snow isn't a favorite pastime, we ask that you please remember to clear fire hydrants near your h...
02/10/2020

While we know clearing snow isn't a favorite pastime, we ask that you please remember to clear fire hydrants near your house. This saves valuable time in the event that they are needed!

02/05/2020

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The Bellevue firefighters are Very talented people...not just at putting out fires, but at performing too!!
Thank u for coming out today to lead our dancers ... ohhh ... and dancing for them!!!
Why didn’t the emergency sirens go off last night for the tornado?
Shout out to the firefighters that were out and about in the Willow Creek Lanes parking lot and let my 4 year old son tour the truck. It was totally awesome and you made his day! Thank you so much for that, and thank you for everything you do for the community! Keep up the great work and stay safe!
Bellevue Dance Inc. would like to thank the firefighters who came out to drive their truck in our parade today. Not only do you put your lives on the line to keep your community safe, but you do so with a smile on your face and a song in your hearts😊. We love you 😍
I'd like to thank all the fire/rescue personell for all you do to keep us safe and protected. Also a special thank you to Chad and his guys for going above and beyond with checking/installing smoke detectors. Thank you all again!!!
Happiest birthday boy on the block!!
Thank you to our wonderful firefighters for coming out to celebrate Dax’s 4th Birthday!! He can’t wait to grow up and be just like you!!
Thank you for keeping us safe tonight! #firesquad #hero