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NMFR Awarded 2017 First Responder Award

On May 11, 2017, at the American Heart Association’s “Go Red For Women Event” at Bridgewood Hotel in the City of Neenah, we were presented with the 2017 First Responded Award. Engine 32’s crew members were talked into a little “beautification” after the award presentation. A big thank you to Samantha Hilker, from Gold Cross Ambulance, for this nomination!



NMFR Hires Two New Firefighters:

We are pleased to announce our two new firefighters Adam Freimuth and Alex Fickel!


Driver/Operator Anthony Leiton Receives Award:

IMG_3954Please join us in congratulating Driver/Operator Anthony Leiton and Debbie Griffith on being chosen as recipients of this year’s Hero’s of Neenah award. Here are some pictures from today’s ceremony.

Here’s a link to the to the articles that were written about both of them.http://www.neenah.org/2017/04/heroes-of-neenah-2/

We are proud of you Anthony!

 NMFR’s 2016 Annual Report:

Wondering what our Department accomplished in 2016 and what we have planned for 2017?  Please take a look at our 2016 Annual Report.  This report also contains other useful information about our department.  Click here to read.  

Neenah-Menasha Local 275 Backdraft Bike Tour:

Registration is now open for the 6th Annual Backdraft Bike Tour.  There’s a new start and finish area this year. For information visit, www.backdraftbiketour.com

Smoke Alarm Program

In 2012, Neenah-Menasha Fire Rescue was awarded a Fire Prevention & Safety Grant through the Assistance to Firefighter’s Grant (FEMA) of $36,790 to install smoke alarms in homes within our two Communities, the City of Neenah and the City of Menasha.  Do you meet any of the following criteria of this grant?

  • Single-family, owner occupied homes and a resident of the City of Neenah or City of Menasha?
  • Was your home built prior to 1992?
  • Do you have children 5 years and under that reside at this home?
  • Do you have any occupants 65 years and older?
  • Do you have smoke alarms in your home?

Smoke alarms significantly reduce the risk of injury or death from fire.  For further information on our program, or if you think you may qualify, please call us at 886-6200 extension 0 or email us at fire@nmfire.org.