Beaver Dam, Wisconsin

Welcome to the official website of the City of Beaver Dam, Wisconsin!

Station Tours

We are happy to welcome you in to our station! Please give us a call to arrange a date and time: 920-887-4609 #4

Fire Extinguisher/Fire Safety Classes

Contact our Public Education officer to arrange a fire extinguisher class or a fire safety class: 920-887-4609 #4

Fire Department Visits to Schools

Every October, we observe Fire Prevention Month. As part of advocacy and prevention, we visit preschools and elementary schools throughout the community to teach fire safety and awareness. Preschoolers, first graders and third graders learn how to get out of their home safely in case of a fire and to make sure everyone knows the "meeting place" outside of their home. We talk about how to call 911 in case of an emergency and show them what a firefighter looks like in turnout gear, which can be scary for little kids. We reassure children that emergency personnel are always on the job and if they need help, someone will come to their house.

Free Smoke Alarm Batteries!

We typically team up with Energizers Batteries & the International Association of Fire Chiefs to keep families safe through the "Change Your Clock-Change Your Battery" program. These are available around daylight savings time and it is announced every season. Limit is typically three batteries per household and they are available at the station and at the Watermark Community Center.

Need help with your smoke/carbon monoxide detector?

We can help: 920-887-4609

Have you experienced a recent fall?

The Beaver Dam Fire Department is teaming up with the Aging and Disability Resource Center (ADRC) of Dodge County to help our citizens that have experienced a fall. Please contact EMS Director Paul Hartl, phartl@cityofbeaverdam.com, 920-887-4609. You can also contact the ADRC yourself for help, 920-386-3580. The ADRC of Dodge County is the first place to go to get accurate, unbiased information on all aspects of life related to aging or living with a disability. The ADRC welcomes individuals, concerned families or friends, or professionals working with issues related to aging or disabilities. The ADRC provides information on a broad range of programs and services, helps people understand the various long term care options available to them, helps people apply for programs and benefits, and serves as the access point for publicly-funded long term care.

Need Help with Car Seat Installations?

Please contact the Police Department for help and information with car seat installation: 920-887-4614