Hudson Fire Department 222 Walnut St, Hudson, WI54016 The Hudson Fire Department operates out of a building just across City Hall on Walnut Street in Hudson's historic…More downtown district. If you want to visit the fire department, make sure to call ahead. The building is completely secure with key and combination locks on the main entrances. The security measures are in place to protect the city's investment in fire protection equipment and emergency vehicles. The department has three engines, a ladder truck and other special-use vehicles.
Hudson City Hall 505 3rd St, Hudson, WI54016 Hudson City Hall is at the corner of Third Street and Walnut Street in Hudson's historic downtown district. The original…More City Hall building was built in 1927 and was was expanded in 1992. This building houses many of the city's offices, including the municipal court, mayor's office and city council chambers. The fire department is just across the street and the police department is on Vine Street. Hudson residents visit City Hall most often to pay their water utility bills or inquire about building permits.