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Fire


Harrison Fire Rescue is a professional, forward looking, public safety department that puts people first.

The Department consists of two fire stations and an EMS squad that serve the Harrison, Sherwood, and Woodville communities. Station 60 is in the Village of Sherwood off Clifton Road and Station 70 is in the Village of Harrison off Lake Park Road. Each fire station has a roster of 30 firefighters while the EMS Squad has approximately 19 members.

As a public safety entity, we regard life safety as our top priority and follow with incident stabilization and property conservation.

All our members are fully credentialed and have State licensure. They are professionally trained within their respective areas. Many hold advanced certifications such as Paramedic, Emergency Services Instructor, Fire Officer, Driver Operator, Fire Inspector, and Firefighter II.

The Department holds staff meetings on a regular basis to train and enhance their professional skillset. Members dedicate the first, second, and third Monday of each month for continuing education and sustained communication. Should there be something you which to communicate to the organization, please know this mechanism is in place to facilitate that need.

As a people-first organization, we regularly look for good individuals to fill open vacancies. If you have the desire to volunteer within your community as a firefighter or emergency medical responder, please feel free to reach out to Chief Gerl. We’re looking forward to hearing from you.


Fire Chief: Jarred Gerl
jgerl@harrison-wi.org

Emergency Medical Services: Deputy Chief Steve Little
Station 60: Deputy Chief Mike Brantmeier
Station70: Deputy Chief Wesley Pompa

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Harrison Fire & Rescue Annual Report 2021

2020 Harrison Fire Rescue Annual Report 

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