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March 1st is Self-injury Awareness Day also known as Self-Harm Awareness Day. Milwaukee Professional Firefighters Association Local 215 is filled with members who are sensitive, empathetic and compassionate. We are trained to recognize and help support people going through crisis. Please read the info graphic below and reach out for help if you need it! ... See MoreSee Less

March 1st is Self-injury Awareness Day also known as Self-Harm Awareness Day. Milwaukee Professional Firefighters Association Local 215 is filled with members who are sensitive, empathetic and compassionate. We are trained to recognize and help support people going through crisis. Please read the info graphic below and reach out for help if you need it!

Working with Alderwoman JoCasta Zamarripa to make our community safer! Great job! ... See MoreSee Less

It’s been a busy week. Please check your smoke detectors and do not overload outlets.

Photo Credit: Scott Carnahan
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God Bless our brave Firefighters.

Sub zero temps are the worst

Thinking of all of you and thankful for your service.

Stay safe and thank you for your service!!!

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The City of Milwaukee continues to see tragic fires in which smoke alarms were removed or not operating, and lives have been lost. Please check your smoke alarm today, and make sure to check it on a monthly basis. If you are in need of a smoke alarm, please call the Milwaukee Fire Department Smoke Alarm Hotline at (414) 286-8980 and we will contact you to schedule an appointment. ... See MoreSee Less

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March 1st is Self-injury Awareness Day also known as Self-Harm Awareness Day. Milwaukee Professional Firefighters Association Local 215 is filled with members who are sensitive, empathetic and compassionate. We are trained to recognize and help support people going through crisis. Please read the info graphic below and reach out for help if you need it!
Photo Credit: USFiR Fire Photography (Charlie Lockwood / Tyler Tobolt)
When it’s 0 degrees outside, we are still there for the citizens of Milwaukee. The thin layer of ice forming around this firefighter’s helmet yesterday illustrates how cold it was!

Photo Credit: Scott Carnahan
Today marks 1 year since we had to say goodbye to our brother Darrin Jones. Please take a second out of your day to help us celebrate his legacy and honor his commitment to our city. Thank-you.
Make sure to try and stay off the roads today. And when it's time to shovel help your neighbors and take time to shovel out your fire hydrants!
Make sure the hydrant near your home is clear.
Please remember to shovel out fire hydrants near your home, it could save lives.
Photo credit Scott Carnahan
Photo credit Scott Carnahan
Photo credit Scott Carnahan
Photo credit Scott Carnahan
Hard work on a cold night.
Merry Christmas to all of our dedicated firefighters that are working today and everyday.
Congratulations to the newest members of the Milwaukee Fire Department!  These 43 brave men and women graduate from the Fire Academy today.  They have poured their blood, sweat, and I guarantee a few tears into learning what it takes to be a Milwaukee Firefighter!  Continue to learn and grow into this amazing career.
The firefighters at Engine 8 took it upon themselves to collect toys and grocery gift cards to donate to families in need.  This is the true spirit of the season!
#Family
Photo Credit: Scott Carnahan
24/7, 365 we have you covered!  
The Milwaukee Fire Department provides such a valuable service to the city and is always here to serve. 

Photo credit: Scott Carnahan
Today we honor our Veterans.  The Milwaukee Fire Department has many members that have served and continue to serve their country and now community.  Thank you!
Happy Halloween πŸŽƒ πŸ”₯  πŸš’
Did you know that The Milwaukee Fire Department responds to not only fires, but medical calls.  Every firefighter is also a trained EMT and we also have Paramedics.  Working in a big city our firefighters are always busy and working hard for the residents of Milwaukee.
Our commitment to Never Forget on 9/11 includes making the world a better place. Today we honor the brave fallen, injured and the many who served.
Welcome to the class of 03-23-20, our newest firefighters on the Milwaukee Fire Department!
After losing both his legs in a tragic accident in February, Dan Franecki visited Milwaukee  Fire Station 2, to meet and thank the first responders who saved his life.
Happy 4th of July to everyone! Have fun and stay safe! πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡ΈπŸ‘¨πŸΎ‍πŸš’πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡Έ
Local 215 is happy to announce this year we raised $1200 from our t-shirt sales for Susan G. Komen. A huge thankyou to anyone who helped support this noble cause!
Happy Father’s Day to all of our MFD dads out there!  The sacrifice you make for your families and to protect the community does not go unnoticed.  
Pictured is HEO Firefighter John Wildt and his son.
Firefighter HEO Michael Volz takes a moment to hand out stickers to a little girl after a fire was extinguished.  The Milwaukee Fire Department is here for our community in big ways and small.
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