Marshfield Fire and Rescue
Our annual “Keep the Wreath Green” Campaign starts Thanksgiving Day. The awareness campaign runs from Thanksgiving Day though New Year's Eve. At the start of the campaign, the wreath is lit entirely by green lights. Each time a structure fire occurs in Wood County, a red bulb will replace a green bulb. Departments have the option of placing a white bulb at the top of the wreath in honor of all those fire fighters who have died in the line of duty.
Updates to the wreath "status" will be posted here as well as on our Facebook, Twitter, and Google+ social media sites.
Have a safe holiday season!
UPDATE - 12/8/2014:
There are now 2 red bulbs on our wreath for the annual Keep the Wreath Green awareness campaign.
One fire occurred on Saturday (12/6/14) in Grand Rapids. This was a house destroyed by fire; family escaped however their cat perished in the fire.
The second fire happened yesterday (12/7/14) in the Town of Richfield. A garage/shed started on fire. No injuries to people however the families 9 chickens perished in the fire.
Please keep these families in your thoughts this holiday season.
The Marshfield Fire and Rescue Department, in partnership with the community, protects and preserves lives and property through assessment, prevention, education, and response.
24 hours a day, 7 days a week
Calls are free, confidential, and multi-lingual
Marshfield Fire and Rescue Department-EMS Division is committed to providing patients with outstanding pre-hospital emergency medical care. In order to ensure that we are providing a service that meets the needs of the public, we depend on patients to tell us what we are doing right and where improvements can be made. The Patient Satisfaction Survey, found by clicking the link below, asks about the level of care you recently received from Marshfield Fire EMS. We appreciate your time and thank you for completing our survey.
Our Winner of the Bike from the Fire Prevention Week Activities!!!
Pictured with Fire Chief Robert Haight.
Link to Municipal Code related to outdoor fires
View a free online guide to assist homeowners in reducing false fire alarms from their home security systems.
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