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A Word From Fire Chief Ron Molnar

On behalf of the dedicated men and women of the Kansasville Fire and Rescue Volunteer Fire Department, I welcome you to our website. KFRD is a combination volunteer/full-time fire department with full time in house Paramedic service. The department strives to provide the highest level of service possible to the citizens, businesses, and visitors of towns of Dover and Brighton. Our firefighters are committed to providing the highest quality of emergency and non-emergency response. We spend a great deal of time training, maintaining our equipment, and fund raising for new equipment to ensure the services we provide are the best they can be.

Kansasville Fire and Rescue Department is Looking for Firefighters and  EMT’s

The Kansasville Fire & Rescue Department is actively seeking local Firefighters and Emergency Medical Technicians. Be part of one of the most progressive volunteer emergency response organizations in Racine County. Training is provided and the benefits are substantial. KFRD provides an incredible atmosphere with state-of-the-art apparatus and equipment and these benefits that come with being part of the Kansasville Fire and Rescue Department team.

Getting started with the KFRD is easy.  CALL US 1-262-878-3811 or stop by the station at 23730 Durand Ave Kansasville, WI.

  • At least 18 years of age
  • No training required for non-responder, Fire Corps Members
  • Complete application process which includes interviews, full criminal background check, character references, physical examination and drug screening. (usually takes 4-6 weeks to complete)
  • Completion of basic orientation training program
  • For Responding Members, completion of Firefighter I and/or Wisconsin EMT-Basic within 6 months of membership. (except Fire Corps members)
  • Attendance at monthly meetings, trainings and special events.

Visit our Becoming A Member page for more information.

Helpful Information

Town Of Dover Burning Information

Before you do any burning within the Town of Dover please be sure to understand the town ordinances on burning. Also be sure to check the daily burning restrictions posted by the Wisconsin DNR. Click on the Smokey the Bear Fire Danger Sign for daily burning restrictions.

Click HERE for Town Of Dover Burning Information

DNR Burning Restrictions

Debris burning is the number one cause of wildfires in Wisconsin. Using fire as a method to dispose of vegetative yard waste isn’t the only option. While debris burning is legal in most places, let’s face it… it’s unsafe,
unhealthy and a nuisance.If you choose to burn, please be sure to have a burning permit and to check “today’s burning restrictions” by clicking on the picture of our Fire Danger sign. Burn Responsibly….or don’t burn at all!

Click HERE for DNR Burning information.



Fire Safety



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We love partnering with our community! It was awesome to be part of this event and fantastic to be able to get those donations for a great organization!
A huge thank you to all involved, attended and especially those that donated!

Warm, dry and breezy conditions are expected again today, which makes burning of any kind extremely risky. Any fire could quickly start and spread in these conditions. Please avoid outdoor burning, including limiting the use of campfires until conditions improve.

Areas with VERY HIGH fire danger today include Adams, Ashland, Barron, Bayfield, Brown, Buffalo, Burnett, Calumet, Chippewa, Clark, Door, Douglas, Dunn, Eau Claire, Florence, Fond du Lac, Forest, Green Lake, Iron, Jackson, Juneau, Kewaunee, La Crosse, Langlade, Lincoln, Manitowoc, Marathon, Marinette, Marquette, Menominee, Monroe, Oconto, Oneida, Outagamie, Pepin, Pierce, Polk, Portage, Price, Rusk, Sawyer, Shawano, Sheboygan, St. Croix, Trempealeau, Taylor, Vilas, Washburn, Waupaca, Waushara, Winnebago and Wood counties.

Areas with HIGH fire danger include Columbia, Crawford, Dane, Dodge, Grant, Green, Iowa, Jefferson, Kenosha, Lafayette, Milwaukee, Ozaukee, Racine, Richland, Rock, Sauk, Vernon, Walworth, Washington and Waukesha counties.

DNR burning permits for debris piles, barrels and broadcast burns are suspended in 36 counties today where the DNR has authority to regulate burning.

In the last week, 127 wildfires have burned nearly 100 acres, most of which were related to down powerlines, with some resulting from debris burning, equipment and lightning. The DNR has responded to 450 fires burning over 630 acres so far this year.

Quick response times by the DNR, local fire departments and aerial suppression resources have minimized fire growth keeping most fires small to just over one acre in size.

The southern half of the state is greening up, which is moderating fire potential, yet this part of the state is currently in High fire danger. In the north, green-up has begun in the heavier soils and hardwoods, but vegetation in the dry, sandy and pine areas remains vulnerable to large fire growth.

The pine in those dry areas is in a stage where the moisture levels are at their lowest point resulting in increased flammability in the crowns of the trees making fires challenging to control and suppress.

Cooler temperatures and some small chances of rain occurring over the coming days should help moderate fire danger and foster further greening of vegetation.

Be fire smart. Fire danger and burning restrictions changes daily – check before you burn after 11 a.m. each day for the most up-to-date fire danger and any burning restrictions.

> Avoid outdoor burning until conditions improve. Burn permits for debris burning are currently suspended in numerous counties.
> Operate equipment (chainsaws, off-road vehicles, lawn mowers, etc.) early in the morning or late in the day to avoid sparks at peak burn hours.
> Secure trailer chains to keep them from dragging.
> Delay having campfires until the evening hours as fire conditions tend to improve; keep them small and contained. Make sure they are completely extinguished before leaving them unattended.
> Report fires early, dial 911.

Check daily fire danger, wildfire reports and burning restrictions on the DNR website at
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A huge thank you goes out to the Kan-Do 4-H Club of Kansasville for the cookies they brought us sharing kindness in honor of Jennifer Guthman. Jennifer was a member of the club and passed away at the young age of 46 in December.  Hugs and thank you to the Kan-Do 4H Club.

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