Fire Department

The Saukville Fire Department is a volunteer - paid, on-call department.

Paid, On-Call Volunteer Positions Available


If you are interested in serving your community as a fire fighter or EMT, consider becoming a part of our team. School and training is provided. To apply, you must be at least 18 years old, have a high school diploma or GED, be a resident of the Saukville Fire Department protection area or work within the Village, and be able to leave work to answer calls.
 
Fire Department Patch
Call the Fire Department for more information - leave a message if no one is available.
Or, stop by the firehouse any Monday evening between 6:30 - 7 p.m. to speak with Fire Department personnel.

Employment Application is available on the Village Website or at Village Hall.

Recreational Burning


Village of Saukville Burning Ordinance (PDF) requires that a Burn Permit (PDF) be obtained prior to the use of outdoor fire stoves or in-ground pits, and that such devices are to be used for recreational burning only. You must receive approval from the Saukville Fire Chief before installing a permanent in-ground pit in your yard. Recreational fires must be at least 10 feet from all combustibles, buildings, decks, and lot lines.

Contact Village Hall, 262-284-9423, with any questions.

Refer to the Municipal Code on Open Burning for complete information on recreational burning as well as the use and location of cooking grills.

Local Events


The Saukville Fire Department is a proud sponsor of, and participant in, the following annual Village events: National Night Out, Pleasant Valley/SFD Annual Auto Show, Fire Prevention Open House and Fire Prevention Week activities, and "Trick or Treat" Safety Patrol.

Thank you to the many other local sponsors and participants that help to make these events so successful every year!

Smoke & CO2 Detectors


Contact the Fire Department with any questions or concerns regarding your smoke or CO2 detectors. Remember to replace batteries twice a year - Daylight Savings Time is an excellent time to do this. Even if your alarms are hard-wired, there is a battery back-up.

Smoke Detectors should be replaced every 10 years.

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