Since organized in 1884, the Bozeman Fire Department has evolved from an organization focused only on fire fighting. As the needs of our valley have changed, so have our services to include response to medical emergencies, rescues, and hazardous materials response both locally and regionally.
We also offer other critical services to our community such as; fire code enforcement, building inspections, and public education with a focus on protecting life and property of Bozeman residents and visitors.
Bozeman Fire is a 100% career department serving the city limits with 24/7/365 coverage from 3 firehouses strategically located around Bozeman.
CALL 9-1-1 FOR ALL FIRE/MEDICAL RELATED EMERGENCIES
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Being a Bozeman Firefighter is much more then pulling fire hose or responding to an average of dozen emergency calls a day.
Between calls our firefighters are often busy training to serve our community with the most up to date strategies and tactics.
This week we had half a dozen firefighters along with other city employees attended an 8 hour ICC (International Codes Council) Class hosted in Bozeman. This continuing education covered building and fire inspections of bars, breweries and other related establishments.
This weekend Bozeman Fire with the help of Montana DNRC is hosting a basic wild land firefighting class with approximately 20 firefighters from around the valley including Fort Ellis Fire/Rescue and Bridger Canyon Fire Departments.
Please stay safe and watch for changing weather as forecasted.
A shift is on duty staffing all 3 houses this weekend. Www.bozemanfire.com #bozemanfire #mtdnrc #bozemanmontana
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It’s with Heavy hearts we announce the passing of retired Fire Captain Henry “Hank” Wruck.
Captain Wruck served the City of Bozeman from 1958 to 1975 before retiring at the rank of Captain. Speaking with current Firefighters who had the pleasure of meeting Hank stated he was a “really cool dude”.
Hanks love and wife of many years Darlene Wruck passed away unexpectedly the following day to return home and be with her husband once again.
Our deepest condolences to friends and family of the wruck family during this tremendous loss.
Attached is information regarding tonight’s memorial.
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It's Thursday! We're almost there!
#bozemanfires C shift started their 48 hour tour at 7am with a lot of things planned for the FD in training this week and weekend along with a number of events celebrating Montana State Bobcats 125 years! We wish safety to everyone.
Be sure that if you need emergency services you dial 9-1-1
Please DO NOT call the firehouse direct as well DO NOT send us Facebook messages reporting a problem or concern that needs our attention (this page is NOT monitored 24/7) .
We need all calls for emergency services to go through Gallatin County 911 Communications center to get the correct help to you as quick as we can.
Stay safe and enjoy yet another quick blast of winter snow fall! thanks to all those leaving kind words on our reviews section, we truly enjoy being here when you need us! www.bozemanfire.com
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Bozeman Police and Bozeman Fire responding to a reported accident at 19th and Baxter please use caution in the area.
Feb 16 No information for likes https://goo.gl/h3G9QF https://goo.gl/9qBsoA Street crews are working on snow cleanup in the south side core today. Feb 15 No information for likes
As some Bozemanites and visitors are out enjoying the snow, others are out plowing and shoveling it. Please be sure to move cars and trailers as possible off of snow routes. The route map can be found in the streets webpage at bozeman.net under Snow Plowing.
A friendly reminder this page is NOT monitored 24/7 if you have a concern or need to talk with a specific city department please visit our webpage at www.bozeman.net and you should find phone numbers for the appropriate contacts/departments. This helps us help you with direct contact so don't hesitate to call.
THANKS! and have a safe day.
(For those thinking your missing out on deep pow this photo was not from today... but it sure looks nice!) #powpow #letitsnow #whatawinter
#bozeman #bozemanplows #cityofbozeman #bozemanmontana.