Fire Departments

Ozaukee County is primarily served by 9 fire departments located throughout county. These fire departments provide 24/7 fire, rescue and EMS services for the citizens and guests to Ozaukee County. Below is a brief description of each of the nine fire departments along with links for more information.

Belgium
Fire Department

The Belgium Fire Department protects the Northeast side of the county and operates out of one fire station located in the Village of Belgium.

Visit Belgium Fire’s website

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Cedarburg
Fire Department

The Cedarburg Fire Department operates out of two fire stations and protects the City and Town of Cedarburg.

Visit Cedarburg Fire’s website

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Fredonia
Fire Department

Covering the Village of Fredonia and the surrounding area, the Fredonia Fire Department responds to fire, rescue and EMS.

Visit Fredonia Fire’s website

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Grafton
Fire Department

Since 1896, the Grafton Fire Department has served the Village and Town of Grafton.

Visit Grafton Fire’s websiteVisit Grafton Fire’s Facebook page

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Mequon
Fire Department

Protecting the City of Mequon, the Mequon Fire Department operates out of the 2 fire stations.

Visit Mequon Fire’s Facebook page

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Port Washington
Fire Department

Port Washington Fire Department protects from the harbor in downtown to the rural areas in the Town of Port Washington.

Visit PWFD’s website

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Saukville
Fire Department

The Saukville Fire Department protects areas of the Village and Town of Saukville including portions of Interstate 43 and State Highway 33.

Visit Saukville Fire’s Facebook page

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Thiensville
Fire Department

Since 1857, the Thiensville Fire Department has served the Village of Thiensville and surrounding area.

Visit Thiensville Fire’s website

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Waubeka
Fire Department

The Waubeka Fire Department protects the Northwest side of the county.

Visit Waubeka Fire’s website

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