Lime Kiln Park Main St & Appleton Ave, Menomonee Falls, WI53051 Lime Kiln Park is a reminder of one of the earliest forms of commerce in Menomonee Falls. The village rests atop the…More Niagara Escarpment, one of the few exposures of bedrock in Southeast Wisconsin. The dolomite limestone of this formation was used for building stone and to make lime for mortar, cement and agriculture. The production of lime involved burning and slaking limestone in large wood-fired kilns. The park also offers scenes of the original falls in the Menomonee River that gave the village its name. It's a nice place for a picnic or a stroll.
The Menomonee Falls Fire Department was founded in 1894 and is currently led by Fire Chief Jeffrey Hevey, who has…More been with the department since 2009. The fire department is operated by a mixture of full-time, part-time, standby and reserve members.
The four-station department provides fire protection for the 33-square-mile village, and firefighters responded to more than 2,600 calls in 2010 as compared to 882 in 1979.
The fire department is headquartered in Station 3, which was formerly the home of North Hills School. Station 3 is one of two stations in the department that is staffed 24 hours a day.