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
Apr 18 No information for likes
Flags fly at half staff today in honor of Montana Firefighters who have lost their lives from job related illnesses. We wish safety and good health to all our firefighters and send appreciation to them and their families alike. Stay safe.
Apr 16 No information for likes
Please join us in congratulating Fire Fighter Nate Bashkirew on his recent appointment to Training Officer for Bozeman Fire.
T.O. Bashkirew has been with the department for approx. 11 years and came to us with previous experience as a wild-land firefighter for the USFS.
This new appointment starts April 15th (today) and will be a day shift position based out of downtown firehouse 1 enabling T.O. Bashkirew to work with all shifts. Congrats!
Apr 13 No information for likes
Please note new Parking Regulations in the 200 block of W Lamme.
The city has marked with signs 1 side of the 200 block of W. Lamme as NO PARKING. (yellow curb markings will come as weather allows).
This enables emergency apparatus parking for the fire department to conduct live drills and not interfere with the moving traffic flow.
Several homes on the block have been generously donated and will soon be removed post training evolutions. Thank you for your cooperation, expect the changes to continue for a couple months as the demolition proceeds. Again thanks for your understanding, live buildings are a very important aspect to Fire department training. Fake smoke (cold smoke) only will be used in any training drills. There is no threat to the public.
Illegally parked cars may be ticketed or towed.
Apr 15 No information for likes
New parking regulations on 200 block of W. Lamme please note new no parking zones.
Thanks and have a great week.
Mar 29 No information for likes
Bozeman Fire is on scene of a confirmed working residential fire. Please stay clear of the area giving crews room to work safely.
Mar 26 No information for likes
A great visual reminder of thin ice dangerous around the valley by our friends at Bozeman Fire from a dog rescue they performed last night.