W302N1254 Maple Avenue
Delafield, WI 53018-7000
8:00 am-4:00 pm
Second and fourth Tuesdays each month 6:30 pm
First Tuesday each month 6:30 pm
The Town of Delafield Fire Department (TDFD) is a combination department that provides fire protection, fire prevention, dive rescue and emergency medical services at the advanced life support level to approximately 8200 residents. To provide these services, the TDFD employs two full-time career personnel, a part-time administrator and an average of forty paid on-call professionals. The department’s paid-on-call members hold a wide variety of qualifications ranging from emergency medical technicians to fire officers, instructors, motor pump operators and firefighters.
In 1959, the TDFD responded to 15 fire related incidents while staffed with 20 volunteer members. Today the department responds to approximately 500 incidents annually while operating from two stations, using eight pieces of apparatus to protect 21 square miles. In 1996, the Delafield Dive Team was formed to protect Pewaukee Lake and now offers dive rescue services to communities throughout Waukesha County.
The Town of Delafield Fire Department looks forward to evolving with the growing need for emergency services in central Waukesha County. We stand proud to be a part of this profession and ready to serve all residents and visitors of community.