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As much as we greatly appreciate the gesture, we are unable to accept any food donations at the City of Brookfield Fire Department. This includes candies, cookies, cupcakes, pizza, subs, coffee, soda, gift cards, discounts, etc. Even though we are unable to accept these donations, we would still like to thank you for thinking of our firefighters and paramedics. Please do not interpret this message as ungrateful, for we are humbled beyond words at the outpouring of encouragement and support during this pandemic.
Instead, please offer any discounts, gift cards, food or beverages to the families who are struggling to feed their children, the older generation, the self-employed, or to anyone else who is suffering financially from COVID-19 measures.
Thank for your continued support.
The State of Wisconsin has adopted the NFPA 1 (2012) Fire Prevention Code, which restricts the use of cooking grills for residential multi-family buildings (those with three or more units).
Here are a few key highlights from that code for cooking equipment:
For more code information and safety tips.
If a Fire Department or Police Department official determines that any open burning or recreational fire creates or causes a health or safety hazard or otherwise unreasonably interferes with the use and enjoyment of other properties within the City, the official may order the fire immediately extinguished and may extinguish the fire if the person refuses to do so after the extinguishment order.
For a more detailed information on Open Burning and Recreational Fires, please visit the following City of Brookfield Municipal Ordinance website page - Read Ordinance
Observing any violations? Please call the Police Department non-emergency phone number at (262) 787-3700.
Please submit the EMS Records Request Form to the City of Brookfield Fire Department, via mail (2100 N Calhoun Rd Brookfield, WI 53005) or email (firstname.lastname@example.org).
For all ambulance billing payments and questions please contact:
LifeQuest ServicesN2930 State Road 22Wautoma, WI 54982-5267Customer Care/Billing Support: 1.800.786.4911Legal Desk/Records Request: 1.866.987.4911Fax: 1.855.642.7228
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Action Fire & Alarm1516 S West AveWaukesha, WI 53189262-521-3340
Great Lakes Fire Protection21850 Watertown RdWaukesha, WI 53186262-798-0443
If you qualify, then call the City of Brookfield Fire Department at (262) 782-8932 and schedule your installation today!
Please submit the Records Request Form to the City of Brookfield Fire Department, via mail (2100 N Calhoun Rd Brookfield, WI 53005) or email (email@example.com). The City of Brookfield Fire Department does not have information regarding petroleum storage tanks. We recommend you access the information from the State of Wisconsin website at
Survive Alive field trips are arranged by our Community Risk Reduction Officer. Currently, field trips are coordinated together with Elmbrook public and parochial school teachers of 3rd and 5th grade students. Usually contacts are made via email at the beginning of each school year. If you haven’t been contacted, please call our Community Risk Reduction Officer at (262) 787-3643 or email.
Our Community Risk Reduction Officer can schedule this for you. Call (262) 787-3643 or email. Keep in mind that October dates book up very quickly. We will try to accommodate your schedule, but there are a few things we need to consider as well. Please have a couple of dates/times in mind when calling.In addition, we never can anticipate an emergency the day of your tour, so have a Plan B in case we are unable to facilitate a talk during your scheduled time.
Call our Community Risk Reduction Officer at (262) 787-3643 of email. We will try to accommodate your schedule, but there are a few things we need to consider as well. Please have a couple of dates/times in mind when calling. Weekday tours typically work best. In addition, we never can anticipate an emergency the day of your tour, so have a Plan B in case we are unable to facilitate a tour during your scheduled time.
As public employees we cannot, however, accept any goods or services (to include, gratuities, gifts, discounts, rewards, loans, or fees). Public employees must be independent, impartial and responsible to the people; therefore, firefighters cannot use their position for gain that would not also be available to any private citizen. While we gratefully appreciate the gesture of discounts and home-baked goods, we will have to respectfully decline due to our role as agents of public purpose and the conflict of interest that goods and services present.
The Brookfield Fire Department does NOT dispose of medical sharps. Please refer to: Waukesha County or State.
No, the City of Brookfield Fire Department does not offer CPR classes, but you can contact the Red Cross at (800) 236-8680 for more information regarding CPR classes or
We do not have the proper facilities to have birthday parties at any Brookfield Fire Station. However, we offer the option of scheduling a station tour. To schedule a department tour contact the Community Risk Reduction Officer at 262-787-3643 or email. Station tours last approximately 30 to 45 minutes. We will try to accommodate your schedule, but there are a few things we need to consider as well. Please have a couple of dates/times in mind when calling. In addition, we never can anticipate an emergency, so have a Plan B in case we are unable to facilitate a tour during your scheduled time.
The City of Brookfield Fire Department does not provide uniform patches to those who request, for any reason, due to security protocols.
No, the City of Brookfield Fire Department does not collect old or unused medications. Please refer to the Waukesha County Sheriff’s Department website for Waukesha County’s Prescription/Over-the-Counter Medicine Collection Program.
Please fill out this application and submit with appropriate fee to our Fire Inspector:
The State of Wisconsin mandates in State Statute 101.14(2)(b) that the Fire Department conduct fire prevention inspections.
City Ordinance 8.16.020 (B) Inspect as often as may be necessary at least once per calendar year and with no interval greater than fifteen (15) months, all public buildings and places of employment for the purpose of ascertaining and causing to be corrected any conditions liable to cause fire, or any violations of any law or ordinance relating to fire hazards or to the prevention of fires.
Fireworks, for the most part, are illegal to "sell, expose, offer for sale, use, keep, discharge, or explode" within Brookfield without a user’s permit. For more information, read the full Brookfield Municipal Code on fireworks.