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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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Just before 7:30 a.m. on Friday morning, March 1st, Kansasville Fire & Rescue Department (KFRD) was dispatched for their third call of the morning when they responded to a report of a motor vehicle crash with injuries on Highway 75 (N. Beaumont Avenue)
about a quarter mile North of Highway A (Plank Road). KFRD paramedic unit 532 quickly arrived on scene where they located a black Dodge Charger that had been traveling northbound on Highway 75 off the roadway where it had impacted a guardrail west of the paved southbound lane of travel. KFRD paramedics assisted the driver from the vehicle and assessed for injuries. There were no other passengers in the vehicle. KFRD Engine 522 assisted with traffic control and scene safety, then rendered the vehicle safe for removal. The Charger was operated by an area woman who declined ambulance transport.

Thank goodness this situation was not much worse. Its a beautiful morning that could have ended tragically different. People helping people, its what we do, said KFRD Firefighter Paramedic John Dziubinski.

Racine County Sheriffs Office deputies are investigating the cause of the crash. KFRD units cleared the scene.

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John Dziubinski he’s my hero ❤️

The life you save may be your own!
Burlington Back 40 4-H/Kansasville Fire and Rescue Blood Drive. Saturday March 16th, 8:00 am - 1:00 pm
Make your appointment today!  Appointments are highly encouraged. Secure you spot by visiting www.bit.ly/bk316 scanning the QR code or calling 877-232-4376 
Donating Blood is good for your health | Kelsey-Seybold Clinic

At about 1:45 p.m. on Monday afternoon, February 26th, Kansasville Fire & Rescue was dispatched to respond to a motor vehicle crash with injuries in the 27600 Block of Hwy 20 (Washington Avenue). KFRD responded with Med Unit 532 and Engine 522 and additional POVs. While enroute, updated information was received from Racine County Dispatch indicating that one vehicle was reportedly on fire. Upon arrival, Med Unit 532 personnel found a two-vehicle crash in the roadway, with one vehicle on fire. Each vehicle had been occupied only by the operator/lone occupant. There were no other passengers involved in either vehicle. Traffic on Highway 20 was temporarily closed down through the crash scene by RASO deputies.

The driver of a white Ford F250 crew cab pickup truck that had apparently been struck from behind while awaiting a turn into a residential driveway complained of injuries and quickly attended to by Med Unit 532's crew and subsequently transported to Aurora Medical Center - Burlington for further evaluation and treatment of injuries that were not believed to be life-threatening. The driver of the 2nd vehicle, a grey/brown extended cab Chevrolet Silverado pickup, denied injury and was in the presence of Racine County Sheriff's Office Deputies as part of the accident investigation.

The Chevrolet pickup was on fire at the time of KFRD arrival. The fire was extinguished by Engine 522 personnel. The burned and damaged pickup was removed form the scene by Cale's Towing. Traffic on Hwy 20 was re-opened. All remaining KFRD units cleared the scene.
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At about 1:45 p.m. on Monday afternoon, February 26th, Kansasville Fire & Rescue was dispatched to respond to a motor vehicle crash with injuries in the 27600 Block of Hwy 20 (Washington Avenue). KFRD responded with Med Unit 532 and Engine 522 and additional POVs. While enroute, updated information was received from Racine County Dispatch indicating that one vehicle was reportedly on fire. Upon arrival, Med Unit 532 personnel found a two-vehicle crash in the roadway, with one vehicle on fire. Each vehicle had been occupied only by the operator/lone occupant. There were no other passengers involved in either vehicle. Traffic on Highway 20 was temporarily closed down through the crash scene by RASO deputies.

The driver of a white Ford F250 crew cab pickup truck that had apparently been struck from behind while awaiting a turn into a residential driveway complained of injuries and quickly attended to by Med Unit 532s crew and subsequently transported to Aurora Medical Center - Burlington for further evaluation and treatment of injuries that were not believed to be life-threatening.  The driver of the 2nd vehicle, a grey/brown extended cab Chevrolet Silverado pickup, denied injury and was in the presence of Racine County Sheriffs Office Deputies as part of the accident investigation.

The Chevrolet pickup was on fire at the time of KFRD arrival. The fire was extinguished by Engine 522 personnel. The burned and damaged pickup was removed form the scene by Cales Towing. Traffic on Hwy 20 was re-opened. All remaining KFRD units cleared the scene.

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The Tuesday & Thursday night Firefighter 1 class had 22 students taking full advantage of the mild weather to work on the practical application of many various skill sets they are learning this semester.

A reminder, for anyone that may be interested, the summer session will start about May 15th. Again this summer, the Firefighter 1 class will be accelerated, meaning that there will be more classes each week and the course will be shorter in duration. This is a tremendous opportunity for anyone thats interested in not getting into the fire service.

On Monday evening, February 12th, several KFRD emergency personnel trained in Cardiac Resuscitation and other medical emergencies along with the use of a Scoop Stretcher and Stair Chair for patient movement. The training was well-presented and had great interest and enthusiasm. Our Fire & Rescue personnel work hard to keep their skills sharp so that we are best able to respond to emergency situations as they may arise. To further enhance our capabilities and the services we provide, next Monday, we plan to provide American Heart Association Heartsaver First Aid training for our Fire personnel.

Hopefully, everyone already knows that every Fire/Rescue organization across Racine County, and across the country, is in need of additional personnel. Please consider ways that you could get involved in helping provide emergency services to those in need. Please feel free to call us at (262) 878-3811 to find out how you can get started.

For any area High School Juniors & Seniors that may be interested in getting into the Emergency Services field - as a volunteer, or as an eventual career path, there are some tremendous opportunities available with Firefighter 1 and Emergency Medical Technician classes scheduled over the coming summer through Gateway Technical College. There is an accelerated Firefighter 1 class starting about May 15th that will finish by mid-July. There are also 2 EMT sections (one is Mondays & Wednesdays from 8AM-4PM, the other is Tuesdays & Thursdays from 8AM - 4PM) that are slated to begin May 29th/30th and end August 5th/6th, followed by National Registry testing. Please plan accordingly and get started on a track to enter an amazing, exciting and very rewarding field.
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On Monday evening, February 12th, several KFRD emergency personnel trained in Cardiac Resuscitation and other medical emergencies along with the use of a Scoop Stretcher and Stair Chair for patient movement. The training was well-presented and had great interest and enthusiasm. Our Fire & Rescue personnel work hard to keep their skills sharp so that we are best able to respond to emergency situations as they may arise. To further enhance our capabilities and the services we provide, next Monday, we plan to provide American Heart Association Heartsaver First Aid training for our Fire personnel.

Hopefully, everyone already knows that every Fire/Rescue organization across Racine County, and across the country, is in need of additional personnel. Please consider ways that you could get involved in helping provide emergency services to those in need. Please feel free to call us at (262) 878-3811 to find out how you can get started. 

For any area High School Juniors & Seniors that may be interested in getting into the Emergency Services field - as a volunteer, or as an eventual career path, there are some tremendous opportunities available with Firefighter 1 and Emergency Medical Technician classes scheduled over the coming summer through Gateway Technical College. There is an accelerated Firefighter 1 class starting about May 15th that will finish by mid-July. There are also 2 EMT sections (one is Mondays & Wednesdays from 8AM-4PM, the other is Tuesdays & Thursdays from 8AM - 4PM) that are slated to begin May 29th/30th and end August 5th/6th, followed by National Registry testing. Please plan accordingly and get started on a track to enter an amazing, exciting and very rewarding field.
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