The Bloomer Police Department currently employs six full time officers and one Administrative secretary. The department operates two marked patrol units. It provides many services to the residents of the City of Bloomer, and is actively involved in teaching prevention and safety programs in our schools and community. We are a full service police department.
We are proud of our long tradition of service to the citizens of the City Of Bloomer and surrounding townships and will continue to provide proactive and practical community policing in order to assure that Bloomer remains a safe and enjoyable place to live. Thank you for visiting our department's web page. If any member of the staff can assist you in any way, please contact us by telephone at (715) 568-5924.
Police Chief: Jared Zwiefelhofer - Email: firstname.lastname@example.org - Phone #715-568-5924 ext 14
Admin. Asst.: Brittany Beyer - Email: email@example.com - Phone #715-568-5924 ext 11
John Beyer - Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Mark McElroy - Email: email@example.com
Brandon Poppe - Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Draco Lorenz - Email: email@example.com
Evan Ruff - Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
James Gilbertson - Email: email@example.com
The Bloomer Fire Department of Bloomer, Wisconsin, is a paid-on-call department with a roster of 30 members including Chief, an Assistant Chief, one Captain and two Lieutenants.
Jared Zwiefelhofer is the current Fire Chief.
Phone number and e-mail address below:
Fire Hall: (715) 568-4646
The department's equipment consists of the following:
One first line engine; a 1992 Pierce Lance with command cab, a 1500 GPM pump and a 1,000 gallon tank.
Two reserve engines; both General Safety on Ford chassis; one with a 1,000 GPM pump and a 500 gallon tank, and one with a 500 GPM pump and a 500 gallon tank.
Two water tankers; one 5,000 gallon and one 2,500 gallon.
One 1997 Ford pick-up brush truck with a 200 gallon tank and a 100 GPM pump.
One air/equipment van with a four bottle air cascade system for refilling SCBA tanks.
One 750 GPM portable pump with engine mounted on a trailer, used for drafting water from lakes or streams in the rural area.
The area served and protected includes the City of Bloomer, three full Townships plus 1/3 of two other Townships. Total population of the area is approximately 6,500 and the total area served is 132 square miles. The department also participates in a county wide Mutual Aid agreement with twelve other fire departments.
The Bloomer Community Ambulance Service is staffed by 26 Emergency Medical Technicians (EMT's) and 5 Emergency Medical Responder Drivers (EMRs) 24 hours a day. The Bloomer Community Ambulance is jointly owned by the City of Bloomer, Village of New Auburn, Townships of Woodmohr, Cooks Valley, Bloomer, Auburn, Sampson, Cleveland, and Tilden.
The Bloomer Community Ambulance Service owns three ambulances which are fully equipped with basic life support equipment, to include Philips cardiac monitors and Zoll AEDs. They also have off road rescue equipment (ie. four wheeler, and rescue trailer).
When responding to calls, the Bloomer Community Ambulance is assisted by Fire Departments and First Responders from Tilden, Bloomer area, and the New Auburn area.
If you have any questions, please e-mail Mark Schwartz (Ambulance Administrator).