On July 23, 2019, Menomonee Falls Fire Dept. Command Staff sent a letter to the Village President and Board, concerning a number of incorrect statements made by then Director of Protective Services, Anna Ruzinski, at an earlier Committee of the Whole meeting on July 15th. A short while ago, we were provided a copy of […]
While one engine was put back into service yesterday, it appears no further progress in returning rigs to service has been made, and Village representatives only have weak excuses and flimsy promises to investigate why they allowed this to happen.
For about 7 hours today, Menomonee Falls was left with no in service fire apparatus. Any calls for fire service during that time would have only been responded to by automatic/mutual aid requests. Around 2pm, an engine was finally returned to service. As would be expected, this has left many village residents on social media […]
As reported by firefighters, during the day yesterday and into today, Menomonee Falls fire suppression capacity was reduced to one Engine after its only Truck, 2772, was put Out of Service (OOS) over concerns about its aerial ladder, after only returning from prolonged repairs late last week. The single Engine in service was to be […]
Overnight, Menomonee Falls crews responded, with automatic aid from a Germantown engine and Butler truck, to a residence on Sylvan Lane for a report of a structure fire. Upon arrival, fire was found on the backside (Charlie) of the garage structure, extending into the attic space. The fire was quickly knocked down, and extension into […]