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General Rules for Outdoor Burning
Cooking Fires in Grills
Yard Waste Fires
Outdoor fires will be prohibited when atmospheric conditions such as high winds or local circumstances such as drought make outdoor burning hazardous.
Any report that the smoke or heat created by a fire is an annoyance, discomfort or safety hazard to the neighborhood or the traveling public will be investigated by the fire department.
To report a violation of the Village of Menomonee Falls Open Burning Ordinance, call 262-446-5070. (You may request to remain anonymous)
Fires that are determined to be an annoyance or safety hazard will be ordered extinguished and/or extinguished by the fire department.
Fires that are determined to be in violation of the village of Menomonee Falls Open Burning Ordinance (Section 46-58) will be ordered extinguished and/or extinguished by the fire department.
Click here for a printable Outdoor Burning flyer.
The Menomonee Falls Fire Department bills for ambulance treatment and transport and for certain on-scene care.
The billing rates are set by local ordinance which also defines separate resident and non-resident rates.
A copy of the rates is available at: Menomonee Falls Emergency Medical Services Fees
If you have any questions regarding your ambulance bill please contact our billing company at the following number:
Life Quest Services N2930 State Road 22 Wautoma, WI 54982
Phone: (800) 786-4911 Fax: (920) 787-4033
Yes, we’d be happy to help!
If you have purchased a Smoke or CO Detector and need guidance or help with the installation please contact us to set up an appointment.
There is no charge for this service.
You can reach us at firstname.lastname@example.org or (262) 532-8803.
(Sorry, but we currently do not have a supply of free Smoke and CO Detectors)
Please submit the report requests to the Menomonee Falls Fire Department by US mail at W140 N7501 Lilly Road Menomonee Falls, WI 53051 or by email at email@example.com.
We can also be reached at (262) 532-8808 or by fax at (262) 532-8829.
Sorry, but the Menomonee Falls Fire Department does not check booster or car seats.
Safe Kids Southeast Wisconsin may be conducting booster and car seat check at events in our area.
Please see their website at Safe Kids Southeast Wisconsin or call them at (414) 231-4894.
The Menomonee Falls Fire Department does not collect old or unused medications, however there is a permanent collection box at the Menomonee Falls Police Department.
Other permanent sites can be found at: Dose of Reality: Permanent Drug Drop Boxes | Wisconsin Department of Health Services
Medications are also collected during the twice a year drug take back days sponsored by The U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration and Wisconsin Department of Justice. More information can be found at: Dose of Reality: Drug Take Back Day | Wisconsin Department of Health Services
Please submit the records requests to the Menomonee Falls Fire Department via US mail at W140 N7501 Lilly Road Menomonee Falls, WI 53051 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We have full incident data from 2002 to date and limited incident response information from 1980-2001.
We do not maintain petroleum storage tank, spill or hazardous materials storage records.
Tank records are available on the State of Wisconsin Tank Database website.
Spill records available on the WI DNR Bureau for Remediation and Redevelopment Tracking System (BRRTS) website.
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