Marshfield Fire and Rescue


To view the City of Marshfield's outdoor fire ordinance click here.

We now have a quarterly newsletter talking about events in the department, activity, safety tips, and much more. 

To read the latest issue (April-May 2018), click here...

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Stop the Bleed

The MFRD is starting a fundraising campaign to purchase 300+ "Stop the Bleed" kits to be placed in all of the public and private schools in the Marshfield School District, the U/W-Marshfield campus, and Mid-State Technical College - Marshfield.  Additional kits may be placed in other locations/facilities throughout the City as they are available. 

It is our goal to have these kits in place for the 2018-2019 school year with training to school staff happening in August.  We will also be holding several community training sessions on bleeding control for anyone who wants to learn.  These sessions are an hour long with minimal lecture, mostly hands-on training.  This program started as a result of the Sandy Hook shooting and continues to remain an important initiative with shootings since.  It is important to know this is not only for active shooter events but any incident where significant bleeding occurs. 

We have a very generous community and it is our hope that generosity makes this program a reality.  If you are interested in donating a kit, multiple kits, or even sponsoring a school we would be greatly appreciated.  The success of this initiative is based on community donations.  NO tax dollars are used for this campaign.  Please consider donating to this cause. 

As far as we know, Marshfield is the first City in Central Wisconsin to take on this initiative.  It is time to set the bar high.  Let's make this a program we are proud to sponsor.  Kits cost about $55.00 each.  Donations can be made by check (made out to the Marshfield Fire and Rescue Department) or through the PayPal link below.  Thank you in advance for your support!

Please consider making a donation to fund the Stop the Bleed initiative.

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Department Mission Statement

The Marshfield Fire and Rescue Department, in partnership with the community, protects and preserves lives and property through assessment, prevention, education, and response.

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 2017 Marshfield Fire and Rescue Department Annual Report

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2018-2021 MFRD Strategic Plan
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