What is the City of Brookfield's Burning Ordinance and Guidance?
- Burning yard waste is allowed in Brookfield on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays between 8 a.m. and 7 p.m. when the wind velocity does not exceed 15 mph.
- Burning piles must be no larger than 5' in diameter and 2' high and located 25' from the front lot line and 15' from the side and 10' from the rear.
- Burning is not permitted in ditches or on roadways.

Violations?  Call the Police Department non-emergency phone number at (262) 787-3700.

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1. How do I request an EMS Care Report from the City of Brookfield Fire Department?
2. How do I pay an ambulance bill?
3. How do I dispose of a Fire Extinguisher?
4. Does the City of Brookfield Fire Department provide smoke or carbon monoxide detectors?
5. How do I request records for a fire or environmental assessment for a property in the City of Brookfield?
6. When can I bring my class to the Survive Alive House?
7. What is the City of Brookfield's Burning Ordinance and Guidance?
8. I’d like to invite Firefighters to talk to my class about Fire Safety. How do I schedule this?
9. How do I schedule a tour of the Fire Department?
10. Can I donate to the City of Brookfield Fire Department?
11. Does the City of Brookfield Fire Department check car seats?
12. How do I dispose of medical sharps?
13. Does the City of Brookfield Fire Department offer CPR classes?
14. Does the fire department accept any food donations?
15. Do you host birthday parties at the Fire Department?
16. Does the City of Brookfield Fire Department provide patches to collectors?