Sheboygan County has partnered with CodeRED to offer a mass notification system to our citizens and visitors. The Sheriff’s Department and local law enforcement will be able to send emergency alerts via landline and cell phone calls, text, email, and social media.

Please Click on the Code Red to be taken to the the Counties website for more information and instructions to sign up.

Thank you for visiting the City of Sheboygan Falls Fire Department Website. We have had a busy year filled with calls and training opportunities alike. Please stay tuned to this website as we update our information and show you just what we have been busy with this year!

The mission of the City of Sheboygan Falls Fire Department and First Responders is to protect the lives and properties of the City of Sheboygan Falls residents and it’s visitors from fires, natural disasters, and hazardous materials incidents; as well as to save lives by providing emergency medical services.

The City of Sheboygan Falls Fire Department has been serving the Community of Sheboygan Falls since 1863. We are a volunteer department consisting of 35 dedicated firefighters/ first responders and 6 pieces of apparatus (2 Engines, 1 Aerial, 1 Rescue Truck, 1 Utility Pick-up Truck, 1 First Responder SUV) 


Home Safety Survey is a program offered by SFFD which allows us to assure your home is fire safe! This is a voluntary program where a member of our department will go through your home with you and educate you on ways that you can make your home as safe as possible!


City of Sheboygan Falls Fire Department is part of Wisconsin’s MABAS Dvision 113. MABAS stands for Mutual Aid Box Alarm System. This is a program that allows fire departments to have preset cards for incidents in their response territory. When activated, these cards call for a preset list of help from the surrounding community and allow for faster dispatch of aid when time matters most. As an event escalates in severity, the card can be escalated to a higher alarm (or box) to bring in additional resources. 


Click on the MABAS patch for more information