The Kenosha Fire Department serves the City of Kenosha through the delivery of Emergency Services. The Department is committed to serving and protecting the citizens and visitors of Kenosha by providing paramedic level medical care and advanced fire suppression techniques. The department also is equipped to handle hazardous material incidents, along with fire prevention education, fire inspections and fire investigations.
Kenosha firefighters continually advance their skills and knowledge through daily in-service training, college coursework, and specialized hands-on training.
PLEASE HELP US STAY SAFE AT EMERGENCY SCENES - Scene Safety
To be eligible for the 2018-2019 recruitment to Kenosha Fire Department employment, applicants shall:
Applications not currently being accepted.
As a result of funding from a HUD Section #108 loan, the Fire Department is able to build a new consolidated Fire Station that will occupy the former Bain School on the north-west corner of 52nd street and 22nd avenue. This is an innovative initiative that will replace two aging stations that would require major overhaul or replacement.
A recent look at changing dynamic in the City's call volume has resulted in a change based on data presented to our administration. When the new fire station is occupied, data based decisions will help redistribute resources to properly respond to emergencies in compliance with NFPA recommendations.
In the next few months, an architect will be hired and renderings and fire station design will take place.
Some of the Bain School’s architectural influence and some items will be integrated into the building of the new fire station. A time capsule will be preserved and a head-stone from the original school will also be salvaged for display.
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OPEN BURNING ORDIANCE
The City of Kenosha does allow "Recreational Fires"
This is allowed under the following conditions:
Calls for Open Burning outside the conditions as stated above will result in a Municipal Citation of $187.00.
Below is a link to the ordinance
Please enjoy recreational fires safely and be a good neighbor. If fires create smoke that is intrusive to your neighbors, it is deemed a "nuisance". In this event, we will ask that you extinguish the fire and issue you a warning. A warning will mean that if the Fire Department a called for a similar call, you will issued a municiple citation.
Click Here for Permit requirements :Bon Fire Permit
Lake Michigan is known to be the most dangerous of all the great lakes. It is referred to as an "inland sea". Weather changes in a moments notice and danger under currents make swimming very dangerous. Swimming from the north or south pier are illegal and dangerous as well. The ever moving tide as well as undercurrent that is prevelant in the harbor inlet, the marina inlet and the the pike river outlet are extremely dangerous and many have lost thier lives in these deadly waters.
Lake Michigan is beautiful and a 1st class body of water for swimming, fishing and other recreational sports. please respect the dangers inherent in this body of water.
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Public Education Request
The Fire Prevention Bureau offers a variety of public fire safety education. Some of the classes or programs are offered at school and some are offered throughout the community (See Safety Education under Fire Prevention for more details).
KUSD Fall Fire Safety Programs (School)
KUSD Spring Fire Safety Programs
Fire Safey Presentations/Trainings
Day Care Center Presentations
Public Safety Presentations
Fire Safety Booth
Community Fire Training
If you are interested in a public education request, please access one of our staff members or visit: Send Email
A Public Education Coordinator will return your request for availibilty.
Demand and staffing may limit availibility for requests with less than a two week notice.
Station Tours: Allows organizations and community to visit fire stations and have a guided tour as well as a fire safety presentation. Call your local Fire Station for a visit.
Station #2 8030 30th ave 262-925-3312
Station #3 2121 Roosevelt Rd 262-925-3313
Station #4 4810 60th street 262-925-3314
Station #5 2125 Washington Rd 262-925-3315
Station #6 2615 14th Place 262-925-3316