Fire Services 

Raymond Fire & Rescue Department responds to around 300-400 calls per year, while EMS accounts for almost 75% of these calls, our firefighters are prepared to act swiftly and safely to protect property and life. The department has two structure fire engines, one pumper/tanker, one tanker, one brush fire truck, a mobile cascade vehicle, and one off-road brush fire/ems UTV. Both of our Engines, 421 & 422, are equipped to handle motor vehicle accidents. They are equipped with premium extrication equipment, vehicle stabilization tools, and auxiliary safety equipment. Fire personnel are trained to respond to all calls including EMS house calls for lift-assist and driving duties. Most firefighters are cross-trained and licensed EMT's.

EMS Services 

Raymond Fire & Rescue Department responds to around 300-400 calls per year, EMS accounts for almost 75% of these calls, our EMT's are licensed at EMT or Advanced EMT level. Our township is also supported by Wind Lake Volunteer Fire Department for ALS (Advanced Life Support). We have two ambulances that we respond with. Our newest Ambulance arrived in Fall 2016. As most personnel have full-time jobs outside of the Fire Department, we have five (5) EMS duty groups; the on-duty group is responsible for EMS house calls between 10PM and 4AM, to allow members to get at least 4 in 5 nights of good rest! Fire personnel are trained to respond to all calls including EMS house calls for lift-assist and driving duties. Most firefighters are cross-trained and licensed EMT's.

Racine County Special Teams 

Raymond Fire & Rescue Department proudly participates with membership in Racine County Dive Team and the Racine County Fire Investigation Team. The Racine County Dive Team (RCDT) operates in conjunction with the authority granted the Sheriff and is comprised of local law enforcement, fire, EMS and other public safety organizations operating in Racine County. Learn more about County-wide Teams.

Joining Raymond Fire & Rescue Department  

Applying to join Raymond Fire & Rescue is easy and fast. You may stop by our station any Monday night during one of our monthly meetings or trainings, 7pm to 10pm, excluding Memorial Day or Labor Day, and other holidays such as Christmas or New Years and pick up an application. An online application is also available. Learn More about becoming a member or bring in your filled out application.

Frequently Asked Questions

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