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Howard Fire Rescue

Howard Fire Rescue Founded in 1945, the fire department is lead by Fire Chief Ed Janke & Asst. Chief Ann Watzka with an Our Disciplined Firefighters are our most valuable assets.

Value Statement

Customer satisfaction is our top priority, we will provide the best possible service to our community through Professionalism, Performance and Discipline. As Professional Firefighters, we expect the highest ethical and moral behaviors that are consistent with the principles and standards that guide the department. To our Firefighters, Performance is of the utmost importance. Throu

Value Statement

Customer satisfaction is our top priority, we will provide the best possible service to our community through Professionalism, Performance and Discipline. As Professional Firefighters, we expect the highest ethical and moral behaviors that are consistent with the principles and standards that guide the department. To our Firefighters, Performance is of the utmost importance. Throu

Operating as usual

Story Time at the Weyers-Hilliard Library today. Those attending listened to a short story and then toured the fire truc...
09/29/2022

Story Time at the Weyers-Hilliard Library today. Those attending listened to a short story and then toured the fire truck, looked at our fire gear, and asked questions. Thank you for having us out today!

Howard Fire Rescue held a small memorial ceremony to honor those who perished on this day, 21 years ago and to send off ...
09/11/2022

Howard Fire Rescue held a small memorial ceremony to honor those who perished on this day, 21 years ago and to send off the runners and walkers for the annual 11 on the 11th trek.

Join the 9/11 Memorial & Museum from anywhere to take part in active remembrance and recognize how we are all connected ...
09/07/2022

Join the 9/11 Memorial & Museum from anywhere to take part in active remembrance and recognize how we are all connected to one another underneath the same big sky. On September 11, snap a picture of the sky where you are – regardless of the weather – and post it to Instagram. Be sure to tag and use the hashtags and .
More information available at https://www.911memorial.org/remember-sky

08/28/2022

Cooking is the number one cause of home fires. The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) has important statistics about cooking fires.

Thank you so much to Porky's Ribs and Shakes in Howard for providing our crew with an amazing lunch of Brisket and Pulle...
08/25/2022

Thank you so much to Porky's Ribs and Shakes in Howard for providing our crew with an amazing lunch of Brisket and Pulled Pork!

Photos from Wisconsin State Fire Inspectors Association's post
08/12/2022

Photos from Wisconsin State Fire Inspectors Association's post

National Night Out is in full swing, stop on by for some food and tour the equipment. You can even get in line to dunk a...
08/02/2022

National Night Out is in full swing, stop on by for some food and tour the equipment. You can even get in line to dunk an officer! Howard Police Department

What better way to get in a little aerial setup and positioning practice than to help out the community? Today we were a...
07/27/2022

What better way to get in a little aerial setup and positioning practice than to help out the community?

Today we were able to assist the St. John the Baptist Catholic Parish with installing a new flagpole halyard. We couldn't have asked for better weather than what we had today!

This morning we had a chance to stop in at New Leaf Prep Academy for a quick talk about home escape plans and a set plac...
07/21/2022

This morning we had a chance to stop in at New Leaf Prep Academy for a quick talk about home escape plans and a set place to meet up, and closing bedroom doors when you go to sleep at night.

Thank you for having us out today, you had some great questions for us!

July 15th is National Pet Fire Safety Day
07/15/2022
July 15th is National Pet Fire Safety Day

July 15th is National Pet Fire Safety Day

On National Pet Fire Safety Day, it’s important to remember to include your furry family members into your emergency plan should a fire ever occur and Fido needs to find a way out. Each year, more than 500,000 pets are…

The Village of Howard's park program stopped by for a station tour yesterday. Attendees were able to see all of the appa...
07/14/2022

The Village of Howard's park program stopped by for a station tour yesterday. Attendees were able to see all of the apparatus and equipment, and ask questions; they even talked one of our Lieutenants into putting on all of his turnout gear!

Thank you for stopping by and spending some time with us!

Howard Fire was out teaching the kids at Kindercare about the importance of home fire escape plans and closing your door...
07/12/2022

Howard Fire was out teaching the kids at Kindercare about the importance of home fire escape plans and closing your door before going to sleep for the night.

Checking out the inside of the truck is always a good reward for attentive kids!

It's getting close to that time of the year. Fireworks stands are starting to pop up in parking lots, now's the time to ...
06/22/2022

It's getting close to that time of the year. Fireworks stands are starting to pop up in parking lots, now's the time to start thinking about fireworks safety.

The American Pyrotechnics Association has important sparkler safety tips for the Independence Day holiday.

Last Wednesday’s storm generated many calls for service in the Village of Howard. The Howard Fire Rescue Department resp...
06/21/2022

Last Wednesday’s storm generated many calls for service in the Village of Howard. The Howard Fire Rescue Department responded to more than 70 calls for service that included building damage, downed electrical wires, ruptured gas lines, trees damaging residential structures, and downed trees blocking roads. Fire personnel responded with seven pieces of apparatus to manage these emergencies. The Howard Fire Rescue Department is staffed largely by paid-on-call firefighters. These brave individuals left their own families to help Howard residents in their time of need. Howard Fire Rescue worked with response partners that included Wisconsin Public Service, Howard Public Works, the Brown County Sheriff's Office, and others to restore the community back to normal.

Photos from Pierce Mfg's post
06/21/2022

Photos from Pierce Mfg's post

UPDATE: Access to this area will be kept open during the weekend from 8 am till 4:30 pm each day.  Once we have been not...
06/16/2022

UPDATE: Access to this area will be kept open during the weekend from 8 am till 4:30 pm each day. Once we have been notified that all power is restored in the Village of Howard, we will be closing this access. Stay safe!

In response to the extended power outages remaining in the village that may last longer than usual, the second-floor activity room at Village Hall is available for residents who may need to charge items or cool off.

Those wishing to use the activity room may park in the back parking lot and can access the activity room at the entrance shown in the photo. For those that need it, there is an elevator available to reach the second floor. The activity room will be open during normal business hours for the next couple of days.

Howard Fire Rescue began a program of Adopt-a-Hydrant in 2021.  During the winter months families help keep the hydrants...
06/15/2022

Howard Fire Rescue began a program of Adopt-a-Hydrant in 2021. During the winter months families help keep the hydrants near their homes clear of snow. As a thank you, on Saturday, June 11th, 2022 we hosted 2 families for Lunch with the Firefighters and a tour of the Station. Thank you to the Justin and Laura Renier Family for the work they did on keeping their hydrant clear all winter long. Thank you to the Tony and Jenny Blodgett Family for the work they did on keeping their hydrant clear all winter long. It was an honor to host these 2 families in appreciation of helping keep our community safe.

On June 14, 1777, the Stars and Stripes were adopted as the official flag of the United States, and in 1916, President W...
06/15/2022

On June 14, 1777, the Stars and Stripes were adopted as the official flag of the United States, and in 1916, President Woodrow Wilson officially established June 14 as Flag Day.

On this day, the American Legion holds a ceremony to properly dispose of unserviceable American flags. In the Village of Howard, the American Legion has been holding this ceremony since 1994 and for those past 27 years, Howard Fire Rescue has been honored to assist with this ceremony.

Last night, department members assisted the American Legion with the proper disposal of over 5,000 unserviceable American flags.

Another heat wave will be affecting the area over the next few days. Stay hydrated, take breaks as often as necessary, e...
06/14/2022

Another heat wave will be affecting the area over the next few days. Stay hydrated, take breaks as often as necessary, especially if you are working outdoors, and remember the symptoms of heat exhaustion and heat stroke.

Photos from Howard Fire Rescue's post
06/11/2022

Photos from Howard Fire Rescue's post

The second "Train the Trainer" session with an aerial specialist from Pierce was held yesterday. Department instructors ...
06/10/2022

The second "Train the Trainer" session with an aerial specialist from Pierce was held yesterday. Department instructors were informed about the multitude of safety features built into the apparatus, along with how to set up and deploy the aerial device for uphill, downhill, and below-grade operations.

Instructors also learned how to perform soft and hard setups as well as how to lower the aerial and raise the stabilizers if there is a failure within the system and normal operations are not available.

Now our instructors are tasked with sharing this knowledge with our driver/operators and line officers.

On Monday, June 6, we were visited by Girl Scout Troop 4505 who received a station tour, had some questions answered, an...
06/08/2022

On Monday, June 6, we were visited by Girl Scout Troop 4505 who received a station tour, had some questions answered, and were able to see some of the equipment we use in the course of our work day.

At the end of the visit, Troop 4505 rewarded the on-duty crew with several boxes of Girl Scout Cookies. We thank Troop 4505 for visiting us and for the cookies! Here are some photos from the visit.

The Village of Howard has a set replacement plan for the fire apparatus we use. Today we took in the replacement for Lad...
06/07/2022

The Village of Howard has a set replacement plan for the fire apparatus we use. Today we took in the replacement for Ladder 211. Our new ladder truck is in the new black over red paint scheme and is a mid-mount ladder, whereas the older ladder was a rear-mount.

The mid-mount position of the new aerial device will expand our options for fire ground and emergency operations. Over the next month, department members will undergo significant training with the new ladder before it is put into service.

Here are a few photos from our final inspection at Pierce and from the delivery today.

Preparations are underway for the annual Memorial Day parade. We hope to see everyone out honoring our fallen defenders.
05/30/2022

Preparations are underway for the annual Memorial Day parade. We hope to see everyone out honoring our fallen defenders.

On this day of remembrance, please take a moment to honor the brave men and women who have given their lives to protect ...
05/30/2022

On this day of remembrance, please take a moment to honor the brave men and women who have given their lives to protect our freedom and that of our country.

With gratitude we remember, always.

With very little time to acclimate to summer temperatures and humidity this spring, and the bout of hot/humid weather we...
05/12/2022

With very little time to acclimate to summer temperatures and humidity this spring, and the bout of hot/humid weather we will be experiencing, please remember to take breaks as often as you need, drink plenty of water and remember the signs of heat exhaustion and heatstroke.

05/10/2022

***OUTDATED***

2:30 PM [05.10.22]
🌪⛈ A Tornado Watch has been issued until 9 PM this evening for most of central & northeast WI.

Main Threats:
📍 Large Hail (up to 2.5+")
📍 Damaging Wind Gusts (up to 70 mph)
📍 A Couple Tornadoes Possible

📱📺📻 Be sure to have multiple ways to receive warning information should one be issued for your location!

And, just like that our area has moved into the very high category for wild fire conditions. Please refrain from any out...
05/07/2022

And, just like that our area has moved into the very high category for wild fire conditions. Please refrain from any outdoor burning. Recreational burning can be done safely yet, if you feel the need to do so, but it must be in an approved fire pit and we strongly encourage you to wait until the evening hours.

If we should be placed in the extreme fire conditions category, all burning will be banned until conditions improve.

We are quickly moving into very dry conditions, having gone from the low category yesterday to high this morning. With m...
05/06/2022

We are quickly moving into very dry conditions, having gone from the low category yesterday to high this morning. With mild temperatures, double-digit wind speeds, and low humidity expected this weekend we can easily move into the very high and extreme categories.

Please exercise extreme caution during your outdoor activities, and if you have a current burn permit with the village, please consider not burning until we get some significant rain. Burn permits are free so there is no rush to use them before they expire.

Current DNR burning restrictions can be found here: https://dnr.wi.gov/topic/ForestFire/restrictions.asp

Howard firefighters were working on their annual wildland fire skills last night, assisting the village park department ...
04/26/2022

Howard firefighters were working on their annual wildland fire skills last night, assisting the village park department with refreshing the Hoff-Reinhard Wildlife Preserve prairie with a controlled burn.

Crews worked on establishing fire lines, back burning techniques, and general operations of wildland fire tools and equipment. Here are some photos from last night's training.

Mild temperatures, low humidity, and yesterday's winds have quickly moved much of the state into the HIGH fire danger ca...
04/25/2022

Mild temperatures, low humidity, and yesterday's winds have quickly moved much of the state into the HIGH fire danger category; this includes our area. Please be conscious of your outdoor activities and properly dispose of your smoking materials.

If you are interested in keeping track of the spring fire conditions, the WDNR's burning restrictions page is updated daily at 11:00 am and can be found here: https://dnr.wi.gov/topic/ForestFire/restrictions.asp

Howard Firefighters were out early today for training and making the most of the better weather. Today was water rescue ...
04/11/2022

Howard Firefighters were out early today for training and making the most of the better weather. Today was water rescue training. Firefighters went over the different techniques for rescuing people in moving waters. In this case, Duck Creek, which runs through the Village and sees its share of kayakers, boaters, and people fishing.

A big thank you to these thoughtful ones who stopped by our station.  All the firefighters really appreciated your thoug...
03/15/2022

A big thank you to these thoughtful ones who stopped by our station. All the firefighters really appreciated your thoughtfulness and the excellent donuts! Thank you!!!!

Howard Fire Rescue would like to remind everyone that Daylight Savings is this weekend and when you change your clocks, ...
03/11/2022

Howard Fire Rescue would like to remind everyone that Daylight Savings is this weekend and when you change your clocks, it’s the perfect time to replace the batteries in your smoke alarms and carbon monoxide detectors.

When you are changing your batteries, take the time to check the manufacturer’s date to determine if the detector needs to be replaced. (10 years on smoke detectors, 5-7 years on CO). This holds true for the detectors using the lithium-ion batteries, they are only good for the year listed on them, so if they are still considered good by the date, test them to make sure they are working.

The National Fire Protection Association reports that 71% of smoke alarms that failed to operate had missing, disconnected, or dead batteries, making it important to take this time each year to check your smoke and carbon monoxide detectors.

Howard Fire Rescue depends upon the timely and dedicated response of members who selflessly serve the community when the...
03/09/2022

Howard Fire Rescue depends upon the timely and dedicated response of members who selflessly serve the community when the alarm sounds. The department is in need of paid-on-call firefighters to join its team.

Under the direction of HFR officers, a paid-on-call firefighter is responsible for responding to calls and extinguishing fires, protecting life and property, and operating and maintaining fire equipment, apparatus, and quarters. Firefighters also respond to emergency medical incidents to assist ambulance personnel in care and transfer of patients, help with fire inspections of buildings for hazards and fire code compliance, and conduct public education programs for fire safety/preparedness.

Whether you are a veteran firefighter or do not have any previous firefighting or emergency medical experience, HFR welcomes you to join the group of men and women who have made a solemn commitment to help their friends, family, and neighbors. All training is provided, and applicants from diverse backgrounds and experience levels are encouraged to apply.
https://www.villageofhoward.com/DocumentCenter/View/8181/POC-description-

It's a nice sunny day for some ice rescue training! Not as warm as the last couple years have been, but every year we mu...
02/26/2022

It's a nice sunny day for some ice rescue training! Not as warm as the last couple years have been, but every year we must go through our refresher course.

Here are a few photos of the department staff working through their skill check offs.

Howard Fire Rescue Adopt-A-Hydrant ProgramIn an emergency, every second counts. Fire hydrants that are blocked, conceale...
01/04/2022

Howard Fire Rescue Adopt-A-Hydrant Program
In an emergency, every second counts. Fire hydrants that are blocked, concealed, or difficult to access due to snow, ice or other obstructions can impede emergency fire response.
Fire engines carry a limited amount of water, so one of the first tasks upon arriving at a fire is to locate a water supply from the nearest hydrant. Keeping them clear can mean easier access to water and more time doing what really matters – fighting fire.
By adopting a hydrant, your child can help the firefighters, homes in your neighborhood and our community.
We need your help! In the event of winter weather, you are encouraged to clear a three-foot area around the hydrant and ensure there is a path to the roadway, so the hydrant is visible and easily accessible. Exercise caution when clearing around the hydrant. Be cautious of vehicle traffic nearby. Do not stand in the street and be careful not to slip and fall out into the roadway.

How to adopt a hydrant:
To participate in the Adopt-A-Hydrant program, follow the link below and complete the form and hit the submit button. After registering, a representative from the Howard Fire Rescue will be contacting you. Each time the hydrant is cleared, you will be entered into a chance to win lunch with a Fire Fighter at the station. Our Crews will be checking in on your hydrant that you have adopted.
https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSc-l_ZZnHOH1NmxXvrif92wFsVfxkZ7SoXxqBbFwEFWzSmwOA/viewform
You are encouraged to take pictures with your adopted hydrant and share them to Facebook. Please tag the Village of Howard Fire Department on Face Book.

A high-wind warning has been issued for our area starting at 9 PM until 9 AM tomorrow, the 16th. There is a potential fo...
12/15/2021

A high-wind warning has been issued for our area starting at 9 PM until 9 AM tomorrow, the 16th. There is a potential for power outages and wind damage. If you have loose items or decorations outside, especially inflatables, it would be best to secure them or bring them in until the front passes. Please share with your neighbors, or give them a hand with their items if it's needed.

4:08 AM 12/15/21: An intense low pressure system will bring sustained winds of 25 to 40 mph with gusts of 50 to 70 mph later tonight into Thursday morning. Windy conditions will linger through Thursday afternoon.

Did you know that 90% of the department is comprised of part-time firefighters? These are people who hold full-time jobs...
12/07/2021

Did you know that 90% of the department is comprised of part-time firefighters? These are people who hold full-time jobs outside of their responsibilities with the department, but still, give their time to our community multiple times a month, and that's not including responding to emergencies.

The department holds training sessions twice a month, in the morning and the evening, to ensure skills are maintained, and to keep the teamwork fresh. This past Monday was one of our skill check days. Even in the strong winds and dropping temperatures, department members were out making sure they can perform when the time comes.

12/07/2021

Cut 1 to 2 inches off the bottom of the trunk before placing your Christmas tree in the stand. A fresh cut allows the tree to absorb water. Place the tree in water right away. Fill the stand with water every day.

Great day for a Christmas Parade, hope you had a chance to enjoy it with us!
12/04/2021

Great day for a Christmas Parade, hope you had a chance to enjoy it with us!

12/03/2021

THE DOT HAS INSPECTED THE BRIDGE AND IT WILL BE RE-OPENING SHORTLY.

The Leo Frigo Bridge is shut down effective immediately and will remain shut down for a prolonged period due to buckling. A detour has been established, however, it is best to take an alternate route.
Please plan to avoid that route of travel until further notice.

Thank you so much to Howard Meijer store for their generous holiday donation to Howard Fire Rescue and Police.  Your tho...
12/01/2021

Thank you so much to Howard Meijer store for their generous holiday donation to Howard Fire Rescue and Police. Your thoughtfulness is greatly appreciated by our Public Safety personnel. Wishing all a safe and happy holiday season.

11/24/2021

The International Association of Fire Fighters has important Thanksgiving fire safety tips.

The t-shirt scam messages are still going around. Suamico Fire Department seems to be the most recent target. If you see...
11/22/2021

The t-shirt scam messages are still going around. Suamico Fire Department seems to be the most recent target. If you see one for the Howard Fire Department, our Auxiliary is the only one who sells t-shirts and they do not use a third party for those sales.

SCAM ALERT - WARNING!!! Like other area departments we have multiple reports that people are receiving messages regarding a T-shirt sale from the Suamico Fire Department. We do not sell any apparel to the general public. Please delete the messages and pass the word on.

11/18/2021

The American Cancer Society has dedicated November 18th as the Great American Smokeout. The American Burn Association would like everyone who smokes who is on oxygen to stop smoking because of the dangers. On average, one person dies every four days because of smoking while on home oxygen.

With the holidays approaching and Christmas lights about to go up, here is a good reminder when it comes to using extens...
11/15/2021

With the holidays approaching and Christmas lights about to go up, here is a good reminder when it comes to using extension cords. In addition, surge protectors (power strips) should not be plugged into the end of extension cords, extension cords should not be plugged into surge protectors and you should not plug surge protectors into other surge protectors to expand capacity.

Extension cords should only be used temporarily. Avoid running extension cords across doorways or under carpets. And make sure you don’t overload them!

11/13/2021

WARNING - SCAM ALERT!!

Across Wisconsin, numerous Fire Departments are being affected by this nefarious text scam.

Scammers pose as a local fire department and attempt to defraud innocent people.

Reporting states shows that if people click on this link and attempt to purchase a shirt, they open themselves up to having their bank accounts compromised.

PLEASE DO NOT Click on these links – DO NOT Attempt to purchase these products.

Delete these texts immediately.

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Green Bay, WI
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I’m proud to support Howard Fire Rescue with communication support for their recruiting efforts.

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Chief Ed Janke and Chris Hohol, members of the Village of Howard Fire Department and big contributors to the Incident Management Teams across the state, were honored by WEM Administrator Greg Engle with Meritorious Service Medals for their contribution to the State response to COVID. These two and many others were integral to why Wisconsin led the way in many areas during the response/recovery. We are proud to be partners and share our community with many of them, especially Chris and Chief Janke.
Bay View students were joined by Village of Howard Fire Department and Brown County law enforcement personnel this morning to commemorate 9/11.
We were proud to join our sister company We Energies during 👮‍♀️ 🧑‍🚒 to unveil Village of Howard Fire Department and City of Neenah, Wisconsin Police Department as recipients of 2021 Rewarding Responders Grants! 👏

Through this program, our foundation has donated more than $400,000 to help local first responders improve public safety in our communities.🤝 www.wisconsinpublicservice.com/partners/media/view-article?id=03065
National Night out is this Tuesday, August 3rd from 5pm-8pm!

The Howard Police Department and the Village of Howard Fire Department will once again be holding the event at the village hall 2456 Glendale Av. National Night Out is an annual community-building campaign that promotes police-community partnerships and neighborhood camaraderie to help keep our community a safe place to live.

There will be both police and fire vehicles available for families to tour. There will also be interactive exhibits, including a fire safety house, a K9 demonstration the roll-over simulator and a dunk tank to dunk a police officer or fire fighter! All events and demonstrations are free and open to anyone in the community.

Food will be available for purchase from Boy Scout Troop #1033, as well as Monkey Tailz ice cream and the The Dough Shoppe.
Our team was happy to support and help the Pulaski, Village of Howard Fire Department, and Suamico Fire Department with this training exercise!
Thank you for allowing us to be a part of this, and for everything you do to keep our community safe!
Join us here at Green Bay West tomorrow for our Kid’s Fishing day event🎣
The Village of Howard Fire Department 🚒along with Monkey Tailz 🍦food truck will also be on hand.
Fun for all ages😃
On behalf of everyone here at ServiceMaster-RRH, we thank our local firefighters for the dedication and courage they display every day. 👨‍🚒🧡

Green Bay Metro Fire Department
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Village of Howard Fire Department
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City of Antigo Fire Department
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Oconto Fire & Rescue
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Hollandtown Fire Department
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To all of our customers, dealers, friends, advocates and all of the future people we hope to meet in 2021, we hope you had as good a 2020 as you could have and you have a lot to look forward to in 2021. Thanks for all that you do. Stay safe and see you soon. Deery Brothers Battlefield Emergency Vehicles Apparatus Solutions Emergency Vehicle Outfitter Light em Up Emergency Equipment Dave Gaiewski Brandon Tegen Westvac Industrial Ltd. Bondurant Emergency Services Jeff Kromrie Amery Fire Rescue Village of Howard Fire Department Middleton Fire District Aaron Harris Derek Duncan White Lake Volunteer Fire Department Rio Rancho Fire and Rescue Truth or Consequences Fire Department
‘Tis the season and Fleet Farm Green Bay West has the good fortune to give back to the Village of Howard Fire Department for all they do to keep the community safe👏
HSSD, in partnership with the Village of Howard Fire Department and Northeast WI Regional Trauma Advisory Council (NEWRTAC), recently secured a $2,600 grant to place 15 Stop the Bleed Kits in our facilities.

Further, Howard Fire Rescue and NEWRTAC will guide HSSD staff through Stop the Bleed Training. Read the full story here: https://www.hssdschools.org/district/news.
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