Welcome to the Town of Randall Fire Department. The Town of Randall is located in southeast Wisconsin in western Kenosha County. The department responds to calls from two stations: Station 1 in Powers Lake and Station 2 in Bassett. In addition to responding to fires and fire alarms, the department also operates a first responder program for medical emergencies and a dive team that responds to water and ice emergencies on the three lakes in the town and other area lakes through mutual aid agreements.
The Town of Randall Fire Department is a member of Division 101 of MABAS, the Mutual Aid Box Alarm System. MABAS is a multi-state mutual aid system. "MABAS is a unique organization in that every MABAS participant agency has signed the same contract with their 550+ counterpart MABAS agencies. As a MABAS agency, you agree to: standards of operation, incident command, minimal equipment staffing, safety and on-scene terminology. MABAS agencies, regardless of their geopolitical origin, are able to work together seamlessly on any emergency scene. All MABAS agencies operate on a common radio frequency, Interagency Fire Emergency Radio Network (IFERN) and are activated for response through pre-designed "run" cards each participating agency designs and tailors to meet their local risk need. MABAS also provides mutual aid station coverage to a stricken community when their fire/EMS resources are committed to an incident for an extended period" (MABAS.org). For more information on MABAS, visit the organization's website at www.mabas.org.
The Town of Randall Fire Department's 40 plus members proudly serve their customers - the citizens of and visitors to the Town of Randall.
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