Established in 1898, the Shell Lake Fire Department proudly serves the City of Shell Lake, portions or all of Barronett, Bashaw, Beaverbrook, Dewey, Roosevelt and Sarona townships of Washburn and Burnett Counties in Wisconsin.
We have approximately 180 square miles of coverage. Besides fighting structure fires, Shell Lake fire also assists the DNR in wildland fire protection, cold water & ice rescue training, water rescues, auto extrications, and many other services.
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Latest Fire Dept News
Are you busy April 7th 2018? Mark your calendars now as the 2018 100 Ball Banquet fundraiser for the Shell Lake Fire Department will be on that date.
Tickets are $100 and includes two dinners and drinks along with a chance at winning some fabulous prizes...including $1,000!
This year's proceeds will go towards purchasing a rescue boat for our Department. Why not come out to a great meal and support your Fire Department?
For more information and to purchase tickets, visit our website:
http://shelllakefire.com/the-100-ball-banquet/ ... See MoreSee Less
4 days ago ·
With all the recent fires and fire fatalities in the news, Shell Lake Fire would like to remind everyone of the importance of having working smoke alarms and carbon monoxide detectors.
In September of 2016, the Shell Lake Fire partnered with the Shell Lake Lions and the American Red Cross to install FREE smoke alarms in the Shell Lake Fire District. We still have some smoke alarms left for families that need the in our area.
Send us a Facebook message if you or someone you know need some. We have a simple application form for you to fill out and Shell Lake Fire will schedule a time for FREE installation. ... See MoreSee Less
3 weeks ago ·
4 weeks ago ·
**FIRE WEATHER INFO FOR TODAY, NOVEMBER 29TH**
Due to the breezy southerly winds today combined with dry air and lack of snow cover, there will be an INCREASED fire danger today. These dry and breezy conditions can result in fire spreading rapidly. Avoid burning today and use extreme caution discarding burning items. - National Weather Service, Duluth MN. ... See MoreSee Less
2 months ago ·