The headquarters for the Cedarburg Fire Department is Station 1. Built in 1964 the station includes a large apparatus bay, meeting room, training room and a hose tower. The entire station was financed with funds raised by the membership of the Cedarburg Fire Department at Firemen’s Park.
A 6,300 square foot addition began in 1992 to add to give the department an additional bay for fire equipment, two smaller garages for support vehicles and much needed office space. This project was also financed entirely from proceeds earned in Firemen’s Park.
In 2004 the Town of Cedarburg decided to build a station that was more centrally located to shorten the response time to calls in the town. This idea was recommended by the Southeastern Wisconsin Regional Planning Commission in the last 1980’s for the Cedarburg area. The station was built on Covered Bridge Road just north of State Highway 60 and Five Corners. The land was donated by the Grob family and had previously been used as a farm field.
The Cedarburg Fire Department’s Station 3 was the third building to house the fire department in the course of its history. Today it serves as a museum to our history including a collection of antique fire apparatus as well as a full scale survive alive house on the second floor