North Shore Fire/Rescue

North Shore Fire/Rescue The North Shore Fire/Rescue provides fire prevention, life safety, fire suppression, emergency medical and various other life safety services to the communities of Bayside, Brown Deer, Fox Point, Glendale, River Hills, Shorewood and Whitefish Bay
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Operating as usual

06/20/2021

Good info with the chance of severe weather this afternoon.

Photos from US National Weather Service Milwaukee/Sullivan Wisconsin's post
06/18/2021

Photos from US National Weather Service Milwaukee/Sullivan Wisconsin's post

06/17/2021

Any appliance that burns fuel indoors is a potential source for carbon monoxide. This includes portable generators, gas stoves, grills and fireplaces. Use generators and grills outside only and away from open doors and windows, and make sure you have working CO detectors in your home. http://bit.ly/SafeKidsWI_COsafety

06/17/2021

Starting this Wednesday, Community Vibes returns to Village Park! Check out the lineup below and we can't wait to see you there!

Schools out!  And as the weather warms, more people will spend their recreation time outdoors. With increased use of pub...
06/14/2021

Schools out! And as the weather warms, more people will spend their recreation time outdoors. With increased use of public lands, the potential for accidental wildfire ignitions also increases. Before you head to your campsite, check with the DNR for the wildfire risk in the area. https://dnr.wi.gov/topic/forestfire/restrictions.asp

Schools out! And as the weather warms, more people will spend their recreation time outdoors. With increased use of public lands, the potential for accidental wildfire ignitions also increases. Before you head to your campsite, check with the DNR for the wildfire risk in the area. https://dnr.wi.gov/topic/forestfire/restrictions.asp

06/12/2021

Glad to show our respect for the Concerns for Police Survivors Wisconsin Law Enforcement Charity Ride today.

Did you know that the blood supply drops to extremely low levels in the summer?  The reason it is so low is because we a...
06/11/2021

Did you know that the blood supply drops to extremely low levels in the summer? The reason it is so low is because we all are finally out and about traveling and enjoying the outdoors and not thinking as much about donating blood AND we are all out and about doing more adventurous things that unfortunately can send us to the hospital. Yikes! Blood collection in the summer is always tough and even more so this year with many places of business still not running blood drives as they would normally.

It is critical for our local hospitals that we still donate in the summer. The local community has become a key supplier for our hospitals As a thank you for donating in July, Versiti will provide a link to a FREE Summerfest Ticket for all donation attempts.

Did you know that the blood supply drops to extremely low levels in the summer? The reason it is so low is because we all are finally out and about traveling and enjoying the outdoors and not thinking as much about donating blood AND we are all out and about doing more adventurous things that unfortunately can send us to the hospital. Yikes! Blood collection in the summer is always tough and even more so this year with many places of business still not running blood drives as they would normally.

It is critical for our local hospitals that we still donate in the summer. The local community has become a key supplier for our hospitals As a thank you for donating in July, Versiti will provide a link to a FREE Summerfest Ticket for all donation attempts.

Photos from US National Weather Service Milwaukee/Sullivan Wisconsin's post
06/11/2021

Photos from US National Weather Service Milwaukee/Sullivan Wisconsin's post

As you wind down from what was hopefully an enjoyable day, don't forget to thank and remember those who served! #memoria...
06/01/2021

As you wind down from what was hopefully an enjoyable day, don't forget to thank and remember those who served! #memorialday2021

As you wind down from what was hopefully an enjoyable day, don't forget to thank and remember those who served! #memorialday2021

For those of you traveling to northern and central Wisconsin this weekend...
05/30/2021

For those of you traveling to northern and central Wisconsin this weekend...

Scattered thunderstorms are expected on Monday afternoon and evening, especially across the central and northern portions of Wisconsin. A few strong storms will be possible as well, with the greatest risk across the northern half of the state. If you're spending the holiday weekend Up North at the cabin or spending the weekend at a campground, be sure to keep an eye to the sky, and have ways to monitor radar and receive weather watches and warnings. Think ahead about where you can safety shelter from lightning and severe weather!

Memorial Day weekend is perfect for enjoying the outdoors and grilling. It’s one of the most popular ways to cook food. ...
05/28/2021

Memorial Day weekend is perfect for enjoying the outdoors and grilling. It’s one of the most popular ways to cook food. But a grill placed too close to anything that can burn is a fire hazard. Be safe while enjoying the holiday!

Memorial Day weekend is perfect for enjoying the outdoors and grilling. It’s one of the most popular ways to cook food. But a grill placed too close to anything that can burn is a fire hazard. Be safe while enjoying the holiday!

Congratulations to the Department's newest promoted Heavy Equipment Operators: Matt Napreilla and Thomas Yank.  Please j...
05/28/2021

Congratulations to the Department's newest promoted Heavy Equipment Operators: Matt Napreilla and Thomas Yank. Please join us in wishing them success in their new roles.

Photos from Greenfield Fire-Rescue's post
05/24/2021

Photos from Greenfield Fire-Rescue's post

Congratulations to all 18 candidates who completed the six week Joint Fire Training Academy today. We look forward to ou...
05/21/2021

Congratulations to all 18 candidates who completed the six week Joint Fire Training Academy today. We look forward to our five Firefighters joining their shifts over the next few days.

Huge thanks to our friends at Ascension Columbia St. Mary's for these delicious baskets of goodies for #EMSWeek. Each of...
05/19/2021

Huge thanks to our friends at Ascension Columbia St. Mary's for these delicious baskets of goodies for #EMSWeek. Each of our stations received one of these. Our providers thank you for your kindness!

Huge thanks to our friends at Ascension Columbia St. Mary's for these delicious baskets of goodies for #EMSWeek. Each of our stations received one of these. Our providers thank you for your kindness!

This week and last we are taking the opportunity to acknowledge first responders in law enforcement and emergency medica...
05/17/2021

This week and last we are taking the opportunity to acknowledge first responders in law enforcement and emergency medical services. Thank you for everything you do to protect our communities. #EMSWEEK2021 #policeweek2021

Congratulations to HEO Spicer on his retirement today.  He was hired by the Village of Fox Point in 1993 and became a pr...
05/14/2021

Congratulations to HEO Spicer on his retirement today. He was hired by the Village of Fox Point in 1993 and became a proud member of North Shore Fire/Rescue in our 1995 consolidation. Please join us in wishing Arlen all the best in his retirement adventures!

Our deepest condolences to Officer Zeise’s family and our brothers and sisters from the Brown Deer Police Department.  W...
05/14/2021

Our deepest condolences to Officer Zeise’s family and our brothers and sisters from the Brown Deer Police Department. We were honored to work along side her. Please keep all who knew her in your thoughts during this difficult time.

The Brown Deer Police Department regrets to inform you of the passing of Retired Police Officer Jill Zeise. Zeise served as an officer with Brown Deer from January 5th, 2003 to March 31st, 2020. During her 18 years with the department, she served as a Field Training Officer, Acting Shift Leader, School Resource Officer, Investigator, and Community Outreach Officer.

In 2015, Officer Zeise was diagnosed with breast cancer. On Sunday, May 9th, after battling the disease for years, Officer Zeise lost her courageous fight against breast cancer and passed peacefully surrounded by her family. Officer Zeise was a champion in the fight against breast cancer and publicly shared her personal battles and experience through social media and local media outlets.

The Brown Deer Police Department is mourning the loss of a friend, a colleague, and an inspiration to us all. Please keep Officer Zeise’s friends and family in your thoughts as they struggle through this difficult time.

05/05/2021

Whether your kids bike to school or just take a spin around the block, learn why helmets are so important this #NationalBikeToSchoolDay: https://www.safekids.org/bike

Photos from US National Weather Service Milwaukee/Sullivan Wisconsin's post
05/02/2021

Photos from US National Weather Service Milwaukee/Sullivan Wisconsin's post

Photos from US National Weather Service Milwaukee/Sullivan Wisconsin's post
05/01/2021

Photos from US National Weather Service Milwaukee/Sullivan Wisconsin's post

Good info for today.
05/01/2021

Good info for today.

Timeline Photos
04/30/2021

Timeline Photos

Drop off unused household chemicals at State Fair Park on April 30, 11 am - 2 pm and on May 1, 8 am - 2 pm. It’s free and easy to visit MMSD’s Home HazMat Collections.

You don’t have to get out of your car and we’re strictly following COVID safety procedures. Go to gate 1 off Greenfield Avenue and follow the signs to drop off household hazardous waste at State Fair Park. For Milwaukee County residents ONLY. https://www.mmsd.com/about-us/news/household-hazardous-waste-collection-state-fair-park-2021

04/26/2021

#TipoftheWeek: Never buy a secondhand car seat from a garage sale, flea market, second-hand store, or online when you do not know the previous owner or the complete history of the car seat.

See more tips and get free resources in the Ultimate Car Seat Guide: http://www.ultimatecarseatguide.org

#KeepEachOtherSafe #TechsRule #BuckleUp National Safety Council National CPS Certification NHTSA Safe Kids Worldwide

Timeline Photos
04/20/2021

Timeline Photos

Happy National Telecommunicator’s Week to the team of 9-1-1 dispatchers from The @Village of Bayside Communications Cent...
04/13/2021

Happy National Telecommunicator’s Week to the team of 9-1-1 dispatchers from The @Village of Bayside Communications Center that protect our personnel and the community day in and day out. We’re so grateful for your service.

Happy National Telecommunicator’s Week to the team of 9-1-1 dispatchers from The @Village of Bayside Communications Center that protect our personnel and the community day in and day out. We’re so grateful for your service.

Links to these great resources can be found in the comments!
04/07/2021

Links to these great resources can be found in the comments!

Links to these great resources can be found in the comments!

It's time to clean out those old, expired car seats!  This event runs April 5 - 17.
04/05/2021
car seat trade-in

It's time to clean out those old, expired car seats! This event runs April 5 - 17.

As our guests increasingly look for products and experiences that are good for them, their families and the planet, we are making it easy to have a positive impact on the environment through trade-in programs.

Exciting day when we can welcome five new firefighter recruits!  Please join us in wishing them a long and successful ca...
04/05/2021

Exciting day when we can welcome five new firefighter recruits! Please join us in wishing them a long and successful career with North Shore Fire/Rescue.

Nothing quite creates a cozy ambiance as well as a log in the fireplace and family gathered around to bask in its warmth...
02/02/2021

Nothing quite creates a cozy ambiance as well as a log in the fireplace and family gathered around to bask in its warmth and glow. Of course, playing with or near fire is dangerous for children, so please remember these tips before you light your hearth.

* Be certain the damper or flue is open before starting a fire.

* Minimize your child's chance of burns from the hot glass front of some fireplaces, including gas fireplaces. Safety screens can be installed to reduce the risk of burns.

* Make sure the area around the fireplace is clear of anything that is potentially flammable (ie: furniture, drapes, newspapers, books, etc.). If these items get too close to the fireplace, they could catch fire.

* Never leave a fire in the fireplace unattended. Make sure it is completely out before going to bed or leaving the house.

* Keep a fire extinguisher on hand.

Nothing quite creates a cozy ambiance as well as a log in the fireplace and family gathered around to bask in its warmth and glow. Of course, playing with or near fire is dangerous for children, so please remember these tips before you light your hearth.

* Be certain the damper or flue is open before starting a fire.

* Minimize your child's chance of burns from the hot glass front of some fireplaces, including gas fireplaces. Safety screens can be installed to reduce the risk of burns.

* Make sure the area around the fireplace is clear of anything that is potentially flammable (ie: furniture, drapes, newspapers, books, etc.). If these items get too close to the fireplace, they could catch fire.

* Never leave a fire in the fireplace unattended. Make sure it is completely out before going to bed or leaving the house.

* Keep a fire extinguisher on hand.

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4401 W River Ln
Milwaukee, WI
53223

General information

North Shore Fire Department (NSFD) Facebook Terms This is the official page of the North Shore Fire Department. This page was created to provide people who live and work in Bayside, Brown Deer, Fox Point, Glendale, River Hills, Shorewood, Whitefish Bay, or others with an interest in the North Shore Fire Department access to information about the NSFD, and a platform with which to interact with the NSFD. This page is managed by members of the NSFD, but is not monitored 24/7. The NSFD manages this page as a limited public forum and therefore the following conditions apply: • “Liking”, “following”, or posting on this page constitutes acceptance of these terms. • In case of emergency, dial 911. • If you post information related to a crime on this page, you may be placing yourself in the position of becoming a witness to a crime and subject yourself to subpoena and in certain situations endangering yourself or others. • “Friending” or “Following” between NSFD members and a citizen does not indicate endorsement of that person’s actions or comments. • Comments posted by others on the page(s) are not to be considered the opinion of the NSFD; nor does NSFD endorse any third party comments on this page. • The NSFD reserves the right to remove and/or block anyone who posts inappropriate material as determined by the NSFD. • The NSFD welcomes a person’s right to express his/her opinion and encourages posters to keep comments related to content on this page. The NSFD reserves the right to remove any comments that are inappropriate or offensive, including comments that may: • Defame, abuse, harass, stalk, threaten or violate the legal rights of others • Include racism, hatred, slander, threats, obscenity, violence, vulgarity • Harm the safety or well-being of one of our employees, including personal attacks • Spam, advertisements, or are off topic • Have personal information about another person or that violate a person’s privacy Activity on the North Shore Fire Department social media pages is subject to public disclosure (Wisc. Stat. 19.31 – 19.39) If you are looking for more information on North Shore Fire/Rescue, please visit www.nsfire.org.

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