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Public Services

The Boyceville Community Ambulance is a volunteer service that was started in April of 1974. Our primary service area is approximately 160 square miles of Northwest Dunn County and includes all or part of the following townships and villages:

•Village of Boyceville     •Hay River Township     •New Haven Township

•Sheridan Township     •Sherman Township

•Stanton Township    

The population served is approximately 5000 residents. We provide care at the EMT Basic IV Tech level. If our patients require a higher level of pre-hospital care we have mutual aid agreements with advanced life support ambulances from the Cities of Menomonie and Eau Claire. We also have access to aero-medical units Mayo One and Life Link III. If you would like to be an EMT and work with us, contact 715-643-2351.

Fire Department - Boyceville is very proud of their own volunteer Fire Department and Ambulance crews!  Visit them in the Fireman's Tent at the Pickle Fest and help them out with the annual fundraising.  If you need to contact the Fire Department, they can be reached at 715-308-0633.

The Boyceville Police Department non-emergency number is 715-643-2215.  If you are outside the Village limits, please call the Dunn County Sheriff's Department at 715-232-1348.  If it is an emergency, please call 911.

Food Harvest Ministry, Inc. The purpose of this program is to provide food for families/individuals in need. Please bring your own boxes to carry your food. The food is distributed on the 3rd Saturday of the month at the Boyceville Community Center.

Tuesday's Table - You are invited for a free home cooked meal at St. Joseph's Church basement at 10th and Wilson Street in Menomonie, every Tuesday from 5-6 p.m.  Open to the public!

Tubs of Love - A non-profit home-based community service project that needs gently used infant apparel to put into their baby bathtubs and give to families in need.  Please check out their website for more information.  If you have questions, would like to donate items, or would like to be involved in this project, please call Ranae Aasen at 715-643-6406.

The Coat Closet - A Christian group in Boyceville takes gently used winter apparel for those in need.  Please call LuAnn Hall for more information at 715-643-2350.

Dunn County Elderly Nutrition Program serves warm nutritious meals to home bound seniors and in a congregate dining setting at the Boyceville Community Center Monday through Thursday.  For more information call Dunn County program coordinator 715-231-6412 or the Center at 715-643-2035.

 

 
 
 

 

 



 

 
 
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