Seymour: Station 1

About the Town of Seymour

The Town of Seymour was created in March 1872 when the Eau Claire County Board combined parts of the Town of Lincoln with the Town of North Eau Claire, and changed the name to Town of Seymour.

The population of the Town of Seymour was 3328 as of Jan 2016.

Land use in the Town of Seymour varies from suburban, to agricultural, to waterfront, to recreational. At the Town Hall site there are six ball fields, two tennis courts, a basketball court, and playground equipment. The Town has a park, North Shore Park, and 113 acres of public land. Two Eau Claire Co parks, Big Falls and L.L. Phillips as well as Tower Ridge Recreational area are located in the Town, as well as hundreds of acres of Eau Claire Co Forest land.

Eau Claire, Chippewa, and Fall Creek school districts serve the children of the Town.

The town board consists of a Town Chair, and two Supervisors. It meets monthly on the second Monday of the month.

Town of Seymour Website

Station 1 - Seymour
1607 S. 50th Ave.
Eau Claire, WI 54703


Station Officers

Battalion Chief

Mike Rudd


Kerry Parker

Division Chief of Rescue

John Oxley

Division Chief of Training and Safety

Randy Schnek


Matt Reas

Captain of Training

Jason Knecht


Mark Anderson


Aaron Black

Training Instructor

Dan Ravenhorst

Asst. Training & Safety Instructor

Tom Wagner

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