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The Knox-Box is a secure rapid entry system developed for property owners and fire departments. Any time there is a fire, medical emergency, automatic alarms, or any other emergencies that the Maple Bluff Fire Rescue Department would respond to, the Knox Box allows immediate entry into your home, business, or other property without having to use any forcible entry, which would only damage your property, and cause delays in reaching your emergency. With the Knox-Box you simply store your keys in the high security box mounted near your entrance. When you have an emergency we release the master key located on our fire apparatus, allowing us access to your box and your keys. For more information, please contact the MBFD 608-244-3390 or submit your questions here. One of our Fire Officers will be in contact with you. The Village of Maple Bluff has an ordinance requiring lock box installation on commercial properties. Start your Knox Box online order, visit https://www.knoxbox.com/. (Your local fire service/agency is "Maple Bluff Fire Dept.")
Fire Prevention ~ Code Enforcement
Code Enforcement: In addition to providing public education through presentations and tours, our code enforcement officers performed over 60 fire inspections each year. Public buildings are inspected on a regular basis by Fire Department personnel ensure safe conditions. The types of buildings inspected include businesses, restaurants, places of worship, schools, and other buildings that could pose significant risks to its occupants or the public. If you have any questions concerning fire inspections in the Village of Maple Bluff, please contact Capt. Al Freitag, firstname.lastname@example.org or 608.244.3390.
18 Oxford Place Madison WI 53704 Non-Emergency Phone: 608.244.3390 Emergency Phone: 911
Maple Bluff Fire Rescue Department
Prevention: The Maple Bluff Fire Rescue Department is committed to creating a safe community through education and fire code enforcement. Our focus is on fire prevention and protection for citizens and the business community. Each Year our department conducted numerous fire safety tours and presentations to groups of all ages. Our Fire Department Open House during Fire Prevention Week sees more than 100 attendees annually. Our crews also performed community outreach with youth groups such as Camp Ya-Gotta-Wanna. If you are interested in scheduling a presentation for your group or organization, please contact Lt. Colten Kinnison, email@example.com or 608.244.3390.