The Bellevue Fire Department provides a variety of services to the village on a 24 hour 365 day basis. These incidents include, but are not limited to, structure fires, hazardous materials, confined space, and technical rescue. On average, the Village has approximately 1000 emergency calls per year.
The Fire Prevention Division of the Bellevue Fire Department provides many services to the businesses and citizens of Bellevue
- Fire extinguisher training
- Bi-annual building inspections of all business
- Fire Protection system plan review
- Station tours
- School visits
- Fire Safety Presentations
The Bellevue Fire Department provides fire protection on a 24 hour basis to the citizens and businesses of the village. The department operates out of two stations using two front line engine companies, one ladder company, and one heavy reascue company.
Emergency Medical Response
County Rescue Services provides paramedic level care for the village. During staffed hours, an engine company from Station 1 first responds to emergency medical calls to assist County Rescue. Having a response from the west side of the village maximizes coverage with an ambulance responding from the east side of the village.
Occasionally there are emergency calls that the Fire Department will need to request additional help from surrounding communities. When this happens the department will utilize the Mutual Aid Box Alarm System (MABAS). This system is in place throughout a vast majority of the Counties within the State including Brown County. MABAS provides communities experiencing large scale emergencies with much needed equipment and personnel during large emergency incidents. You can visit the MABAS website here