Calling 911

fire2The 9-1-1 emergency telephone system is in place in Brown County to assist citizens with life-threatening emergencies; which includes but is not limited to:

  • Fires
  • Motor Vehicle Crashes
  • Open Water Rescues
  • Industrial Accidents
  • Other Medical Emergencies

Please do not call 9-1-1 for non-emergency situations. Non-emergency calls using 9-1-1 can create delays in handling other serious emergencies. The Bellevue Fire Department non-emergency number is (920) 884-1077.

What Happens When I Call 9-1-1?

  • A dispatcher receives your call and asks whether you need Police, Fire, or Ambulance services.
  • Fire emergency calls are automatically transferred to the Fire & Emergency Services Dispatch Center.
  • The dispatcher will electronically receive the address and telephone number of the telephone you are calling from. Therefore, it is important to state if you are calling from someone else's phone or an address that differs from the location of the emergency.
  • If you are unable to speak, the address that appeared on the 9-1-1 screen will be the one that the fire services will be responding to. Therefore, take the time to find out your correct address and make sure that your telephone company has it listed correctly. Remember, every second counts and emergency responders want to reach your home or location of emergency as quickly as possible.

Information the Dispatcher Needs to Know

  1. What is the emergency?
  2. Where is the emergency.  In addition to your address, helpful information would include major intersections or cross streets that are nearby as well as any notable buildings or landmarks.
  3. Who needs the help?  This might include the number of people/age/medical history.
  4. Is anyone trapped?
  5. Is anyone still in the building?  As mentioned above, the dispatcher will verify the address for complete accuracy.

9-1-1 TIPS

  • Try to remain calm;
  • Give direct answers to all the questions asked;
  • Speak slowly and clearly;
  • You will be asked additional questions so the dispatcher can send the right type of help;
  • Remember, all questions are important.

NOTE: Wait for the fire dispatcher to hang up before you do.

Before The Firefighters Arrive:

  • Assure everyone that help is on the way;
  • Keep the phone line clear after calling 9-1-1;
  • Have someone wait out front to meet the firefighters;
  • Wave a flashlight or turn on flashers of a car or a porch light if it's dark or visibility is poor;
  • Consider having an interpreter if those needing help do not speak English;
  • Secure pets, especially dogs, in a separate area;
  • Have a visible address number, easily readable from the street;
  • In case of a fire or carbon monoxide alarm, exit the building immediately and await arrival of the fire service;

Other Helpful Information:

Fire Department Information

Station #1 (Public Safety Building)
3100 Eaton Road
Bellevue, WI 54311

Station #2
1811 Allouez Avenue
Bellevue, WI 54311Office:
(920) 884-1077 x 31

Non Emergency Phone:

Emergency Phone: 911

Office Hours:
7:00 am - 4:00 pm Monday through Friday


Brad Muller
Fire Chief

(920) 884-1077 x 309
(920) 621-0635

Dave Seidl
Assistant Fire Chief
(920) 884-1077 x 310

Brad Johnson
Inspections & Fire Prevention Division Chief
(920) 884-1077 x 312


Now Accepting:

2828 Allouez Avenue
Bellevue, WI 54311

Phone: (920) 468-5225
Fax: (920) 468-4196

Office Hours:
Monday - Friday 7:30am - 4:30pm

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