Door County Emergency Services

Door County Emergency Services Emergency Services of Door County is a multifacited department in Door County government. Currently Emergency Services includes the duties of emergency managment and ambulance transport.
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Door County Sheriff's Office
06/03/2020

Door County Sheriff's Office

Just a reminder community testing is available Wednesday and Thursday!

Door County Sheriff's Office
06/02/2020

Door County Sheriff's Office

“Attention all Graduating Seniors of the Class of 2020”

As your senior year has drawn to a close, looking back one could haven’t anticipated it ending the way it did for sure. Although, many of the traditional senior year activities had to be cancelled, postponed or completed in a non-traditional way one thing was clear throughout the community, the resilience and perseverance displayed by each of you throughout it is was truly amazing.

As a community we are all so proud of each and every one of you and your accomplishments, we can’t wait to see what each of you will do in the future. The Joint Professional Law Enforcement Officers Association of Door County would like to honor all of you by offering a $250.00 scholarship opportunity to the graduating seniors of the class of 2020, one scholarship per school will be awarded.

You can find the application at the link below, applications are due no later than June 30th, 2020.

http://www.doorcountysheriff.org/

Sheriff Tammy

Sturgeon Bay Police Department
05/30/2020

Sturgeon Bay Police Department

Press Release: COVID-19 Community Testing

See the attached release from the Door County Public Health Department.

COVID-19 Testing will be open June 2nd, 2020 to June 4th, 2020 from 11:00am to 7:00pm at the Door County Sheriff's Office. The COVID-19 testing will be free for the community.

For specific information in regards to the testing, see the attachment.

This Memorial Day 2020, we honor and remember our military heroes who made the ultimate sacrifice for our country.  We w...
05/25/2020

This Memorial Day 2020, we honor and remember our military heroes who made the ultimate sacrifice for our country. We will never forget their courage, selfless service, and devotion to safeguarding our freedoms. 🇺🇲

Door County Fire Chiefs
05/20/2020

Door County Fire Chiefs

IN THIS TOGETHER.

With Door County’s Safer-At-Home order expiring yesterday, some of you might be ready, even eager for this attempt to regain some semblance of normalcy. For many others this change may bring about uncertainty, trepidation, and angst.

As we continue to navigate through these unforeseeable times ahead, we should remember that we are in this TOGETHER and that common decency must prevail. For those of you that are ready and comfortable with restrictions being lifted— now is not the time for cavalier attitudes towards those with warranted fears regarding the well-being of themselves, their loved ones, and their community. It is the time to show some compassion to your friends and neighbors who may be uneasy about the road ahead. And for those of you who do not feel ready or are uncomfortable with restrictions being lifted— now is the time to focus on what YOU can do to keep yourself healthy, and know that there are organizations like Door County Emergency Support Coalition (DCESC) to assist you in keeping yourself safe.

Our non-emergency services of connecting those in need with those who can help are for the ENTIRE Door County community. There are no age, income, or other restrictions. DCESC is literally available to anyone in our community seeking assistance. These services include but are not limited to:

• grocery and medication delivery

• answering general and NON-EMERGENCY health questions

• providing emotional support

TO REQUEST NON-EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE WITH SERVICES OR HAVE QUESTIONS, please call the following number or click the link below:

(920) 421-9111 or (920) 746-6927

https://doorcountyfirechie.wixsite.com/doorcountysupport

Please remember that we need to remain flexible because as we have seen this is a very fluid situation. Let’s try not to get frustrated if we take 2 steps forward and then 1 step back. Just because orders expire, it does not mean that the virus has disappeared or is something we should not take seriously and we take precautions against. Adequate social distancing and proper hygiene are still the best two weapons to combat COVID-19.

Door County Public Health
05/20/2020

Door County Public Health

Situational Update for May 19th

May 17-23 2020 National EMS WeekThe department would like to extend its sincerest gratitude to our 28 Paramedics, 42 EMT...
05/18/2020

May 17-23 2020 National EMS Week
The department would like to extend its sincerest gratitude to our 28 Paramedics, 42 EMTs and our office staff for their dedication to the community.
Our county has 172 EMRs that serve on 11 different departments from the county line to Washington Island. These EMRs are vital to the EMS system in our county by providing lifesaving skills in minutes and being a familiar face to their neighbors during their time of need.
The department also extends our appreciation to all county Fire Departments, Law Enforcement agencies, Dispatchers, and DCMC ER staff. The ability of our department to deliver the highest level of patient care only happens because of the teamwork of all of Door County’s Public Safety personnel.
Ready Today. Prepare for Tomorrow. That is the theme for EMS week this year. Very fitting theme given the challenges facing not only our community, but the country. On a daily basis, our personnel work very hard to ensure they have the knowledge and skills to protect our community in all types of emergencies. Always know, our personnel are ready to respond, anywhere, anytime.
Have a great EMS Week.
Director Aaron LeClair

Wisconsin Department of Health Services
05/14/2020

Wisconsin Department of Health Services

An increase since yesterday - 373 new #COVID19_WI cases and 13 deaths. Burnett County is reporting a life lost for the first time, which is also that county's first case. Pepin County is also reporting a first case.
That means just two of Wisconsin's 72 counties have no cases - Langlade and Taylor. See the data: dhs.wisconsin.gov/covid-19/data.htm

Door County Fire Chiefs
05/02/2020

Door County Fire Chiefs

THE TIME FOR RESOLVE IS NOW.

The inevitable has now become an unfortunate reality for Door Co. Yesterday the Door County Public Health Department announced they have determined that COMMUNITY SPREAD of COVID-19 is now present in our county. “Community Spread” means spread of an illness for which the source of infection can not be directly attributed to travel or contact outside the area.

NOW is NOT the time to become complacent. We must continue to have resolve and think of our friends and neighbors as we help keep our community strong and healthy. Additionally, we must remember the makeup of Door County in that a large portion of our population is more vulnerable than most.

Now is also the time to stop assigning blame and take control of what YOU can control which is frequent hand washing, proper social distancing, if possible wear a mask in public, and please stay at home as much as possible to help flatten the curve. We know that quarantine is not easy, but the alternative would almost certainly be much worse.

While this virus predominantly affects our vulnerable population more acutely, NO ONE is immune from developing serious, even life threatening complications. Please protect others by protecting yourself.

And as always, we are here to help you stay “Safer at Home.” Please, do not hesitate to call us for any of your needs to help you achieve this directive:

920-421-9111 or 920-746-6927
https://doorcountyfirechie.wixsite.com/doorcountysupport

Door County Public Health
05/01/2020

Door County Public Health

Wisconsin Department of Health Services
04/17/2020

Wisconsin Department of Health Services

More than 4,000 #COVID19_WI cases, more than 200 deaths. Please, stay #SaferAtHome. It's working: dhs.wisconsin.gov/covid-19/prepare.htm

This week is Tornado and Severe Weather Awareness Week in Wisconsin!Each day this week Door County Emergency Management ...
04/15/2020

This week is Tornado and Severe Weather Awareness Week in Wisconsin!

Each day this week Door County Emergency Management will focus on a different area on tornado and severe weather preparedness.

IN SHORT: NO LOCAL SIRENS WILL BE SOUNDING ON 4/16 AND NO EMERGENCY ALERT MESSAGING WILL BE ISSUED THROUGH TV, RADIO, OR PHONES.

Today’s message is about tornado sirens and what changes you can expect this year to the statewide tornado drill due to COVID 19.

DID YOU KNOW: Tornado sirens were not designed to be heard from inside a building. The original and still current intent is that they are meant to serve as a signal to those outdoors that a tornado warning has been issued and to seek shelter immediately. That is why it is so important to not rely on those sirens as your only warning system. It is critical that you have several methods to receive those alerts to make sure you do not miss them.

Due to the COVID 19 situation the statewide drill is being changed this year. A virtual tornado drill will take the place of the sirens sounding and phone, radio, and TV messaging going out through the emergency alert system. Please take a few minutes to go over your severe weather plan by making sure you know how you will receive those alerts and where you will go.

Door County Sheriff's Office Door County Emergency Services Sturgeon Bay Police Department Door County Fire Chiefs

This week is Tornado and Severe Weather Awareness Week in Wisconsin!

Each day this week Door County Emergency Management will focus on a different area on tornado and severe weather preparedness.

IN SHORT: NO LOCAL SIRENS WILL BE SOUNDING ON 4/16 AND NO EMERGENCY ALERT MESSAGING WILL BE ISSUED THROUGH TV, RADIO, OR PHONES.

Today’s message is about tornado sirens and what changes you can expect this year to the statewide tornado drill due to COVID 19.

DID YOU KNOW: Tornado sirens were not designed to be heard from inside a building. The original and still current intent is that they are meant to serve as a signal to those outdoors that a tornado warning has been issued and to seek shelter immediately. That is why it is so important to not rely on those sirens as your only warning system. It is critical that you have several methods to receive those alerts to make sure you do not miss them.

Due to the COVID 19 situation the statewide drill is being changed this year. A virtual tornado drill will take the place of the sirens sounding and phone, radio, and TV messaging going out through the emergency alert system. Please take a few minutes to go over your severe weather plan by making sure you know how you will receive those alerts and where you will go.

Door County Sheriff's Office Door County Emergency Services Sturgeon Bay Police Department Door County Fire Chiefs

Door County Public Health
04/14/2020

Door County Public Health

This week is Tornado and Severe Weather Awareness Week in Wisconsin!Each day this week Door County Emergency Management ...
04/14/2020

This week is Tornado and Severe Weather Awareness Week in Wisconsin!

Each day this week Door County Emergency Management will focus on a different area on tornado and severe weather preparedness.

Today's tip is meant to show how important it is to have an emergency kit. This tip applies to more than just severe weather and you need look no further than our current COVID 19 situation to see why. It is strongly recommended that every household have 3 days worth of supplies on hand.

These kits can be critical to providing basic needed supplies during an emergency like severe weather for many reasons such as:

- Power, gas, and/or water lines may be impacted for an extended period of time
- Local stores and grocery centers may be damaged or destroyed
- Roadways may be impacted preventing public safety to be able to get to you quickly
- It keeps emergency supplies in one place so they are ready when you need them and it ensures you have what may be needed already on hand

Start building your kit today by visiting https://readywisconsin.wi.gov/make-a-kit/ to learn more!

Door County Sheriff's Office Door County Emergency Services Door County Fire Chiefs Sturgeon Bay Police Department

This week is Tornado and Severe Weather Awareness Week in Wisconsin!

Each day this week Door County Emergency Management will focus on a different area on tornado and severe weather preparedness.

Today's tip is meant to show how important it is to have an emergency kit. This tip applies to more than just severe weather and you need look no further than our current COVID 19 situation to see why. It is strongly recommended that every household have 3 days worth of supplies on hand.

These kits can be critical to providing basic needed supplies during an emergency like severe weather for many reasons such as:

- Power, gas, and/or water lines may be impacted for an extended period of time
- Local stores and grocery centers may be damaged or destroyed
- Roadways may be impacted preventing public safety to be able to get to you quickly
- It keeps emergency supplies in one place so they are ready when you need them and it ensures you have what may be needed already on hand

Start building your kit today by visiting https://readywisconsin.wi.gov/make-a-kit/ to learn more!

Door County Sheriff's Office Door County Emergency Services Door County Fire Chiefs Sturgeon Bay Police Department

This week is Tornado and Severe Weather Awareness Week in Wisconsin!Each day this week Door County Emergency Management ...
04/13/2020

This week is Tornado and Severe Weather Awareness Week in Wisconsin!

Each day this week Door County Emergency Management will focus on a different area on tornado and severe weather preparedness.

Today's tip centers around being informed. There are many different ways to keep informed and having redundant notification options is important in case your main method is not available. It is also very important that you are able to fully understand what message is being sent to you. For example do you know the difference between a tornado watch and a tornado warning?

Take a minute today to make sure you and your household know what notification methods you will use for severe weather and make sure you know the difference between a watch and warning!

Door County Sheriff's Office Sturgeon Bay Police Department Door County Emergency Services Door County Fire Chiefs

This week is Tornado and Severe Weather Awareness Week in Wisconsin!

Each day this week Door County Emergency Management will focus on a different area on tornado and severe weather preparedness.

Today's tip centers around being informed. There are many different ways to keep informed and having redundant notification options is important in case your main method is not available. It is also very important that you are able to fully understand what message is being sent to you. For example do you know the difference between a tornado watch and a tornado warning?

Take a minute today to make sure you and your household know what notification methods you will use for severe weather and make sure you know the difference between a watch and warning!

Door County Sheriff's Office Sturgeon Bay Police Department Door County Emergency Services Door County Fire Chiefs

April 12-18, 2020 is NATIONAL PUBLIC SAFETY TELECOMMUNICATORS WEEK.   You probably won't recongnize these heroes on the ...
04/12/2020

April 12-18, 2020 is NATIONAL PUBLIC SAFETY TELECOMMUNICATORS WEEK.
You probably won't recongnize these heroes on the street. They don't drive a fire truck, ambulance or patrol car. But, they are among us. They work around the clock, holidays and birthdays. They often miss family functions, school activities and are at work when most people are home asleep. Their pictures don't usually make the paper and they rarely make the news. They are the life-line between someone who needs help and those who respond to give it.
911 Dispathers are the un-seen heroes of Emergency Services and we would like to simple say "Thank You" to our Door County Dispatchers for being our glue!! Happy Telecommunicatiors Week!

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It will be kind of fun today ... walked around the DCMS yesterday back today at 4 to 6 pm. Hope to see all the parks people back checking out their new home base [parks with it's people, rolling stock, cleaning and security trucks, trailers, mowers, and cleaning supplies is no longer at the Door County Cherryland airport]. Begs the question where edoes one go to aquire a county boat launch seasonal ticket? Have to drag the boat on a trailer over to the office. Office might be at the DCMS or the Gov. Building by the library ...?? Need parking space ... I'd say DCMS building. Best guess. And I guessw we'll do away with the parks sign at the airport.