We are located about 30 miles south of Madison, Wisconsin and two miles west of Interstate 90. Edgerton Fire Protection District proudly serves the City of Edgerton and surrounding rural areas with both fire and emergency medical services. The district covers portions of Rock, Dane, and Jefferson counties which totals about 100 square miles. Coverage also includes 10 miles of Interstate 90. The total population of both the city and rural areas is roughly 15,000 people.
As of June 22, 2009, Edgerton Fire Protection District took over Emergency Medical Services a from privately owned ambulance service. The private ambulance service provided 911 services for nearly 11 years. Before that, it was a number of privately owned ambulance services providing 911 for the citizens of Edgerton and surrounding communities. Since 2009, the district has aggressively enhanced it emergency medical service and now provides Paramedic level coverage on all first out medical incidents.
Currently, the Edgerton Fire Protection District has 6 full-time personnel for Fire/EMS services, and the rest is a combination of Part-Time and Paid-on-Premise. As of January 1, 2019, we have advanced to the Paramedic level. Our EMS provides 911 services 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Being at this level our personnel can provide advanced care such as, intravenous therapy, 12 lead cardiac monitoring, advanced trauma care, advanced airways and provide advanced pain medications. We also provide CPR/CCR and advanced training for Fire/EMS personnel.
We are all very dedicated to the citizens of our communities and will be providing these services for a long time to come.
The Edgerton Fire Protection District is made up of 4 surrounding townships and the City if Edgerton. These Townships consists of Albion, Fulton, Porter and Sumner. On the second Thursday of every month, the Edgerton Fire Protection District board meets at 617 N Main St, Edgerton, WI at 7 pm