The City of Oshkosh Fire Department at Wittman Regional Airport – Oshkosh strives for excellence in emergency preparedness and response to enhance our customer focused, innovative role as industry leaders while overcoming expanding risks. We are committed to excellent leadership and professional accountability. We will achieve this through effective training, use of technology and adaptation to the changing needs of our community.

Station #14

Station #14 is located at 2050 Knapp St. and is home to Quint 14 and Aircraft Rescue Fire Fighting (ARFF) trucks 114, 214 and 314. Station #14 protects the City of Oshkosh’s south side. Duties include Fire Prevention, Firefighting, Advanced Life Support EMS and ARFF. The City of Oshkosh Fire Department, in cooperation with Winnebago County, operates Wittman Regional Airport’s ARFF trucks. Incidents requiring the ARFF units are requested through the airport control tower. Quint 14 is placed out of service and station personnel respond in ARFF trucks. Every year, Station #14 staff steps up to the task of providing ARFF services during EAA AirVenture, at which time Wittman Regional is The World’s Busiest Airport.

Station #14 Units

Fire Chief’s Corner

On behalf of the Oshkosh Fire Department thank you for visiting our page. The Oshkosh Fire Department has a rich history of protecting the community and its many visitors. Since 1856 we have continuously provided emergency services to those in need. It is our mission to prevent, respond to, and minimize harmful situations involving the people we serve. As you browse through our site, we hope you learn more about the department and the services we provide. The Oshkosh Fire Department stands ready to help protect you, your loved ones, and your property. We are committed to providing exceptional service to meet the present needs of our community and evolving to meet the needs of the future.

 – Chief Stanley