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EMS Services

 
   
The Township emergency medical services are divided between three area emergency medical service agencies. The Township has established service contracts with the City of Stoughton EMS, Deer-Grove EMS, and the Village of McFarland EMS to provide these services.

Each of these agencies is staffed with full-time, part-time, and volunteer with a minimum of state and national certified emergency medical technician level qualifications; Deer Grove EMS provides advanced life support/paramedic level certified care.

The Dane County 9-1-1 center will dispatch the nearest and most readily available EMS to your emergency.

What to do in an Emergency?


The very first thing one should do is call 9-1-1.

The 9-1-1 emergency dispatch will ask you for information on the nature of the emergency and can provide you with guidance and basic first aid assistance while they dispatch the nearest emergency medical service to your location.

Map of Town’s EMS Jurisdictions.

*Note: by clicking on the following links, you will be leaving the Pleasant Springs web site. The Town of Pleasant Springs is not responsible for the content of any of the following websites.
                             Deer-Grove EMS Website
 
                           Stoughton EMS Website
 
                                McFarland EMS Website



Fire Services

 
   
The Township fire protection services are allocated to three area fire departments. The Township has established service contracts with the City of Stoughton, Village of Cottage Grove, and Village of McFarland, to provide services to the Town of Pleasant Springs.

Each of these agencies provides full-time, part-time and volunteer staffing with state certified fire officers, firefighters, and equipment engineers.

In the Event of a Fire


In the event of a fire, always call 9-1-1 first and foremost. The Dane County 9-1-1 center will dispatch the nearest and most readily available fire department to your emergency.

Each of these three fire departments conduct annual inspections of commercial properties within their respective service areas.

*Note: by clicking on the following links, you will be leaving the Pleasant Springs web site. The Town of Pleasant Springs is not responsible for the content of any of the following websites.

Cottage Grove Fire Department
 
Stoughton Fire Department
 
McFarland Fire Department




Dane County Sherriff's Office

 
   
In the event of an emergency please call 911. 
For non-emergency requests call(608) 266- 9122.

The Sheriff’s Office is the largest law enforcement organization in Dane County, and the fourth largest in the State of Wisconsin.
Dane County Sheriff

 

 

Burning Guidelines


The Stoughton Fire Department has issued a burn ban effective immediately.


Town of Pleasant Springs residents do not need a permit to burn.

Procedure: Call the appropriate fire department non-emergency number and register your burn with them. Let the department know when, where, and what you will be burning.
  • Stoughton Fire Department (608) 873-7218
  • McFarland Fire Department (608) 838-3278
  • Cottage Grove Fire Department (608) 839-4343

If you are unsure of which fire jurisdiction you are in, contact office staff at (608) 873-3063.

Do not burn when conditions are overly dry or windy. Check the current fire danger at: dnr.wi.gov/topic/ForestFire/restrictions.asp

Fire must be extinguished within one half hour of sunset. Any smoldering material counts as a burning fire.

Keep the burning pile small, and no bigger than 4’ x 4’.

You may burn yard waste and clean, untreated wood from a single family or household on the property where it is generated ONLY. You may NOT burn for others.

NEVER LEAVE THE FIRE UNTIL IT IS COMPLETELY OUT. YOU MUST ATTEND THE ENTIRE BURN; THIS INCLUDES SMOLDERING ASHES

EMS Services

 
Deer-Grove EMS Website
Stoughton EMS Website
McFarland EMS Website

The Township emergency medical services are divided between three area emergency medical service agencies. The Township has established service contracts with the City of Stoughton EMS, Deer-Grove EMS, and the Village of McFarland EMS to provide these services.

Each of these agencies is staffed with full-time, part-time, and volunteer with a minimum of state and national certified emergency medical technician level qualifications; Deer Grove EMS provides advanced life support/paramedic level certified care.

The Dane County 9-1-1 center will dispatch the nearest and most readily available EMS to your emergency.

What to do in an Emergency?


The very first thing one should do is call 9-1-1.

The 9-1-1 emergency dispatch will ask you for information on the nature of the emergency and can provide you with guidance and basic first aid assistance while they dispatch the nearest emergency medical service to your location.

Map of Town’s EMS Jurisdictions.

*Note: by clicking on the following links, you will be leaving the Pleasant Springs web site. The Town of Pleasant Springs is not responsible for the content of any of the following websites.



Fire Services

 
Cottage Grove Fire Department
Stoughton Fire Department
McFarland Fire Department

The Township fire protection services are allocated to three area fire departments. The Township has established service contracts with the City of Stoughton, Village of Cottage Grove, and Village of McFarland, to provide services to the Town of Pleasant Springs.

Each of these agencies provides full-time, part-time and volunteer staffing with state certified fire officers, firefighters, and equipment engineers.


In the Event of a Fire

In the event of a fire, always call 9-1-1 first and foremost. The Dane County 9-1-1 center will dispatch the nearest and most readily available fire department to your emergency.

Each of these three fire departments conduct annual inspections of commercial properties within their respective service areas.

*Note: by clicking on the following links, you will be leaving the Pleasant Springs web site. The Town of Pleasant Springs is not responsible for the content of any of the following websites.



Dane County Sheriff's Office

 
Dane County Sheriff

In the event of an emergency please call 911. 

For non-emergency requests call(608) 266- 9122.

The Sheriff’s Office is the largest law enforcement organization in Dane County, and the fourth largest in the State of Wisconsin.

 

 

Burning Guidelines


The Stoughton Fire Department has issued a burn ban effective immediately.


Town of Pleasant Springs residents do not need a permit to burn.

Procedure: Call the appropriate fire department non-emergency number and register your burn with them. Let the department know when, where, and what you will be burning.
  • Stoughton Fire Department (608) 873-7218
  • McFarland Fire Department (608) 838-3278
  • Cottage Grove Fire Department (608) 839-4343

If you are unsure of which fire jurisdiction you are in, contact office staff at (608) 873-3063.

Do not burn when conditions are overly dry or windy. Check the current fire danger at: dnr.wi.gov/topic/ForestFire/restrictions.asp

Fire must be extinguished within one half hour of sunset. Any smoldering material counts as a burning fire.

Keep the burning pile small, and no bigger than 4’ x 4’.

You may burn yard waste and clean, untreated wood from a single family or household on the property where it is generated ONLY. You may NOT burn for others.

NEVER LEAVE THE FIRE UNTIL IT IS COMPLETELY OUT. YOU MUST ATTEND THE ENTIRE BURN; THIS INCLUDES SMOLDERING ASHES