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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Looking at the Bozeman/Montana State University 2017-18 snowfall reports this season is now over 100” so if you see dog sleds don’t be worried your still home and not at the North Pole.
Stay warm, stay safe. Bozeman Fire is here when you need us 24/7/365 no matter the weather or emergency.
Have you checked on your neighbors?! With temps below zero there is no better time to lend a hand in shoveling and keeping exposure to a minimum! Www.bozemanfire.com
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With more snow falling over night that came in as freezing rain first we are in a winter storm watch until Monday please drive with extreme care.
Plan for extra time, increase following distances and decrease your speeds give plows and emergency responders room to work safely.
If you’re parked on a snow route help our plow operators by moving cars AND trailers off the streets so they can clear the roads curb to curb. This also helps widen the roads for safe travel and better access with our fire apparatus.
Learn more about snow routes by followiBozeman AlertsrtCity of Bozemanman and going to www.bozeman.net
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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
Feb 20 No information for likes https://goo.gl/DRvZzM Streets crews are out sanding stop signs at intersections today, if you see an intersection with a stop sign that needs sand please let us know - 582-3203. Feb 18 No information for likes
Our BIG PLOWS are busy working to clear miles and miles of roadways. Please give them space to work so we all arrive alive.
If you’re parked on a snow route PLEASE help our operators by moving your cars AND trailers so they can clear the roads fully.
See the snow removal route plan with this link.
https://www.bozeman.net/government/streets/snow-plowing Feb 18 No information for likes
With even MORE new snow overnight City of Bozemans BIG PLOWS are coming once again!
Follow this link to see snow routes and learn more about our snow removal operation.
You can help everyone by clearing parked cars AND trailers off of snow routes giving plow operators room to work and clear roads curb to curb.
This allows for roads to be widened to full potential making travel easier and safer while not having to operate the #bigplow and road graders around parked cars.
See the snow routes here and stay safe.
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