Raymond Fire & Rescue Department

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The Raymond Fire & Rescue Department covers 36 square miles and protects the community with one fire station housing 10 emergency vehicles. The Raymond Fire Department is a paid per call fire department consisting of approximately 38 members including the Chief, two Assistant Chiefs and five Captains. Racine County Sheriff's dispatch at Ives Grove handles dispatching all 911 calls for the Village of Raymond. Our department responds to calls 24 hours a day/7 days a week/365 days a year. The Fire Department staff includes Emergency Medical Technicians (EMT), licensed by the State of Wisconsin - Dept. of Health and Family Services and are recertified every two years.

IN CASE OF EMERGENCY CALL 911

Call early, don't delay sounding the alarm! With such a large town we need to respond as quickly as possible to an incident.

Call 911 any time you...

  • Have a medical emergency
  • See fire or smoke
  • Smell an unusual order
  • Have a carbon monoxide alarm sound
  • Have a smoke detector sound
  • Have an EMERGENCY

NON EMERGENCY

Call 835-1687 for....

  • Permission to burn (as well as Racine County Sheriff at 886-2300)
  • Requests for a fire station tour
  • Requests for a public appearance

Raymond Fire & Rescue Department

Telephone:

262-835-1687

 

Email us at:

firedepartment@raymondwi.com

Fax:

262-835-1694

Fire Chief:

Adam Smith

1st Asst. Chief:

Kevan Leedle

2nd Asst. Chief:

Jacob Dinauer