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Welcome to the Oshkosh Fire Department

The Oshkosh Fire Department protects the City of Oshkoshís population of 66,083 and is located 88 miles north of Milwaukee and 50 miles south of Green Bay. The City of Oshkosh is 26.91 sq. miles, positioned on the west bank of Lake Winnebago with the Fox River running through its core.

The Oshkosh Fire department is approved for 110 employees. They are led by a Fire Chief, Assistant Chief, Fire Marshall, Training Chief and EMS Chief and three Duty Chiefs. The 100 line Company Officers, Apparatus Operators, and Firefighter-Paramedics are also supported by a Fire Lieutenant Inspector and a Fire Lieutenant Instructor. An Administrative Assistant, Community Engagement Specialist, and a Fleet Mechanic make up the rest of the team. The fire department responds from six fire stations strategically located throughout the City.

The City of Oshkosh Fire Department provides fire protection, fire prevention, emergency medical services and community risk reduction to the community of Oshkosh. OFD also provides advanced life support ambulance services to the cities of Oshkosh, Omro, Winneconne, and several other surrounding townships. As a full service department OFD is prepared to respond to many other types of special circumstances which can include, but are not limited to, hazardous materials, trench rescue, confined space rescue, structural collapse, ice and open water rescue, dive rescue, and aircraft rescue firefighting.

Non-Emergency Administrative Hours: M-F 8:00-4:30
Oshkosh Fire Department
101 Court Street
Oshkosh, Wisconsin 54901
Phone: 920.236.5240