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This is L2682 SITE Mission: The Sturgeon Bay Fire Department’s mission is to protect life and property from fire, medical, and environmental emergencies for our community, through public education, code management, and incident response.
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Sturgeon Bay Fire Department honored for fight during ship fire
STURGEON BAY (WLUK)--Sturgeon Bay's Fire Department is being recognized for their efforts during an early morning ship fire Feb. 1. The fire lasted several hours, but the ship only suffered minor damage and no one was injured. Praise is coming from U. S. Representative Mike Gallagher (R-Wisconsin) "...
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Large separation of ice extending generally from Little Harbor and Southwest to the Snake Island area. Exercise extreme caution. Weather conditions will be changing dramatically as the day moves on. Multiple agencies are currently involved in removing several parties due to the gap in the ice.
Sturgeon Bay Professional Firefighters President Wiegand getting vaccinated today, doing our part to return to normal! Thank you Door County Medical Center and staff for all you are doing!
Sturgeon Bay Fire Department
As 2020 comes to an end we have to look back at all the challenges thrown at us, not only as a department but as a community. We are so thankful for all of our Public Safety partners and everything they do to make sure we are all safe. We are thankful for our Public Health and Emergency Management and everything they have done to help us navigate through this crazy time and pandemic. So, tonight be safe, be smart, be healthy, and enjoy what's left of 2020. We all look forward to better times in 2021!!! Door County Sheriff's Office Door County Emergency Management and Communications Sturgeon Bay Police Department Door County Emergency Services Door County Public Health
Congratulations Carrie on retirement from one of the hardest jobs. Taking an initial emergency call, helping somebody through an emergency and getting resources where they need to be. You will truly be missed!
Congratulations Carrie Gossen!!
Today is Carrie's last day after 24 years with the Door County Sheriff's Office Communications Center!! The Sturgeon Bay Police Department will miss working with you and we wish you the best in your future endeavors!! Thank you serving our community!!
Thank you Adopt A Soldier-Door County and Nancy Hutchinson for providing a meal for the duty crew today!
Sturgeon Bay Police Department
The intersection of South Neenah Avenue and West Maple-Oregon Street will be closed to vehicle traffic for two days the week of December 7th to allow for installation of new transmission line cables beneath the Sturgeon Bay Ship Channel.
• The intersection will be closed beginning at 7 a.m. on Tuesday, December 8, 2020.
• The intersection is expected to be open by 11 p.m. on Wednesday, December 9, 2020
Remembering all those who’s lives were lost that day.
On this day in 1958 the infamous fire at Our Lady of Angels School in Chicago occurred. 92 children and nuns lost their lives. This is one of the many reasons we go into schools and businesses to perform fire inspections and preach fire safety. We hope we can continue to learn from these tragedies and prevent future disasters.
Happy Birthday to the United States Marines!
Thank you to all First Responders for your dedication and sacrifice to your communities!
Professional Fire Fighters of Wisconsin Charitable Foundation, Inc.
Did you know that homes should have smoke alarms in every bedroom, outside of every sleeping area, and on each floor of the home? Learn more life-saving fire safety tips through our 23rd Annual Fire Safety Newspapers in Education at pffwcf.org/FireSafety.
Door County Sheriff's Office
Wednesday, October 7, 2020
Joint Informational Release
Door County Law Enforcement would like to thank the public for their continued support and diligence during the (COVID-19) pandemic and all the challenges that come with it.
With the release of Governor Tony Evers “Emergency Order #3”, which goes into effect at 8:00 a.m. on Thursday, October 8, 2020, we understand there are many questions and concerns relating to the order and what it means.
Emergency Order #3 limits public gatherings, specifically it prohibits large groups of people from gathering in indoor spaces that are open to the public, unless an exception applies. The order prohibits groups larger than 25% of the indoor room’s occupancy capacity set by the local municipality.
A place is considered to be “open to the public” if it is accessible to the general public, and includes stores, restaurants, bars, or ticketed events. The order does not apply to outdoor areas such as park shelters, outdoor dining areas, or playgrounds.
There are numerous exceptions to the order, including child care settings, schools, health care facilities, government operations and facilities, and religious and political events. For a complete list of exemptions, please refer directly to the order. Below is a link to access the actual order as well as frequently asked questions (FAQs) related to the order.
The order will remain in effect for two incubation periods of COVID-19, which will end November 6, 2020.
As a reminder, please do not use 911 for questions relating to the order, those lines need to be kept open for emergency situations.
We know our community is strong and that we will get through this!
Stay healthy Door County!
Sheriff Tammy A Sternard
Chief Clint Henry
District Attorney Colleen Nordin
It’s truly amazing to see what’s built right here in Sturgeon Bay!
🇺🇸 GO BIG OR GO HOME: Check out this recently completed section of our new build, the 639-foot M/V Mark W. Barker, being constructed at Fincantieri Bay Shipbuilding in Sturgeon Bay, Wis.! 🇺🇸
This impressive module spans the full width of the ship and contains several tanks for various ship systems. It goes in the aft engine room from the shell up to the main deck and aft to the steering gear bulkhead. Soon it will be lowered and welded into position in the stern of the ship. #FreighterFriday #MadeInAmerica #SupportTheJonesAct
Let’s all take time to remember those lives that were lost. Those who hugged their loved ones one last time and went to work not knowing what the day would hold.
Sturgeon Bay Professional Firefighters IAFF Local 2682
My son is doing virtual school today and we got discussing 9/11 and the events that unfolded that day and why the big towers fell. Took a moment to teach him from the words of Ret. Chief Vincent Dunn FDNY in his book Collapse of Burning Buildings. We said we will never forget. Let’s remember that day when we were all one. When we all stood together. No bias, no divide and a conviction to rise from the ashes.
Adopt A Soldier-Door County
To all of our Adopt A Soldier supporters. We have a local Door County graduate who enlisted in the Army in 2019. He completed his basic training, AIT training and is currently going through another specialised training before being assigned to his first duty station on the West coast. He has been unable to take any personal leave because of the COVID lockdowns that have been in place to keep all active duty soldiers safe at most of the military training bases. This young man and his new fiance were also planning and investing in an August 2020 wedding, which had to be cancelled due to COVID, like so many others have had to do. What should have been a day spent with family and friends celebrating his new marriage, new career, and the beginning of the next chapter has turned into something out of the ordinary.
He and his fiance, after dating for 4 years, were able to find a way to become husband and wife, via proxy (basically via mail). The newlyweds havent even been able to see each other since they officially were married.
He will hopefully be able to come home for one day after completing his training to get his wife and gather his things before traveling to his first duty station.
The family of this soldier has reached out to Adopt a Soldier and our local community for support for this soldier considering this unusual situation. This young couple is starting their new journey and have very little to begin their new home together. They will be traveling across the country and will only be taking a small UHaul and car hauler. They will need to get most of the basics once they get to their destination to start their new life together. They won't know what or where they will call home until they arrive.
Can you help this soldier and his new wife, with a Gift Card (Wal-Mart, Visa, Food locations, ECT) so they can have an easier start to their new life together? For information on how to help, please contact his family at 920-333-1599.
2020 Fill the Boot
I'm supporting fire fighters and helping to Fill the Boot for Fill the Boot! You can be a hero too … donate to our digital Fill the Boot. #FilltheBoot #MDA #IAFF #BeAHero
Happy Independence Day! Stay safe and enjoy the beautiful day in Door County!
City of Sturgeon Bay
Memorial Drive is closed between 12th Ave. and 15th Ave. If you do not live on Memorial Drive between these two streets, do not transit the area. If traffic continues to use the area we will completely close off one end. The water is causing damage to the properties along Memorial Dr. Waves from vehicles transiting the area are worsening the damage.
Milwaukee Professional Firefighters Association
Earlier this year Local 215 faced a devastating loss when our brother Darrin Jones passed away unexpectedly. To honor his memory we are selling t-shirts on our website. The proceeds from the sale of these shirts will be used to send his family, as well as the family of another one of our fallen brothers O'Dell Minor, to The Fallen Firefighters Memorial in Colorado Springs in 2021 to honor their memory.
The shirts can be found at https://www.local215.org/shop/
Please celebrate safely, and take a moment to remember those who have sacrificed everything...
Thank you to Tito's Handmade Vodka and The Professional Fire Fighters of Wisconsin Charitable Foundation, Inc. for donating a case of hand sanitizer. It’s great seeing the generosity of companies helping out public safety!
Happy Mother’s Day weekend to all the amazing Moms that made us who we are today!
It’s teacher appreciation week! We thank all of our wonderful teachers for the hard work they do in developing our future generations, and especially now in these unprecedented times with distance learning. Thank you all!
*PSA for City of Sturgeon Bay and Sevastopol residents.*
There are currently no open burning permits being issued, but campfires contained within a ring being supervised by an adult is perfectly fine.
Stay safe, stay healthy!
While it is not fire safety week, we would like to think every week is! While the whole family is home why not practice your fire escape plan or make one if you don’t already have one in place!
Pull together everyone in your household and make a plan. Walk through your home and inspect all possible exits and escape routes. Households with children should consider drawing a floor plan of your home, marking two ways out of each room, including windows and doors. Also, mark the location of ea...
Be smart about giving out ANY personal information to unverified sources!
04-17-2020 Update Posted- Subjects Identified. Not a Scam.
The Door County Sheriff’s Office has been receiving complaints of suspicious activity. A female with long blonde hair in her mid to late 40’s, dressed in casual business attire has been approaching residences, knocking on the door, and attempting to obtain information from residents about their Medicare information. A vehicle associated with these incidents is reported to be a smaller black SUV, driven by a male subject.
It is believed this activity is a potential scam. The Door County Sheriff’s Office reminds citizens to remain vigilant by never providing personal or financial information to an unverified source/person. Any suspicious activity should be reported to the Door County Sheriff’s Office (920) 746-2416.
Let us know something positive that has come from staying safe at home!
Sturgeon Bay Police Department
Happy (Good) Friday!
Remember: Enjoy time with your family. Stay Positive. We'll get through this!
We're there if you need us!
Wearing a cloth face covering CORRECTLY can help prevent the spread of COVID-19 to others. When you go out on essential trips, follow these “do’s”.
If you have a child, remember those under age 2 should not wear a face covering. See: https://bit.ly/2R9av5m
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