In late July, we sent a mailer to all district residents with some additional information about the proposed project.  To see this letter, please visit our Letter to Residents page.  The mailer also included "Frequently Asked Questions," a with answers to some commonly asked questions.


Contact the CFD here, or contact the CAEMS, here.

Cambridge Fire and EMS

Station Remodel Information Page

The Cambridge Volunteer Fire Department and Cambridge Area Emergency Medical Services are currently in the process of planning out a remodel of our current fire and EMS facility.  The building, located on Main Street, was built in 1984, and is no longer able to safely continue serving as such a facility.  An informational letter will be in the mail to all residents of the fire/EMS district with more details about the project background, timeline, anticipated costs, and how to stay informed.  In the coming days, weeks, and months, we will be presenting the information to our respective town and village boards and public.  Due to the ongoing pandemic situation, this will involve some careful planning, but rest assured, all will have an opportunity to know what is being planned, to ask questions, and express your opinions.

Last Update: September 9, 2020

A short video featuring some of the Cambridge Fire and EMS personnel with some background on the station and reasons for why the expansion is needed.

Thanks to Brian Alberth for his work on this video!

This is the project information video created by Keller Architects, which is being presented to each municipality.

This page will feature the ongoing process of our remodel project.  Any information relating to the project will be found right here, and will be updated as the information is presented.

Cambridge Fire Department

A video created by Keller Architects of a virtual walk through of the proposed remodel project.