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.
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The first step towards a career with Bozeman Fire starts with an application.
We’re now accepting applications until March 3rd 2019 for City of Bozeman Firefighter/EMT
(check out minimum requirements under job posting below and with city HR jobs page online)
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[ “It’s going to look this way for a while,” Waldo said, gesturing to the debris piled on the ground. ]
Fire investigators from both the Bozeman police and fire departments have been on scene for the past 2 days. They will work with other investigators as needed as they slowly pick away at the debris pile that fills the large foot print near 7th and Babcock.
Construction crews with permission from investigators worked hard to remove heavy equipment not involved in the fire or debris. Area fence contractors are working on securing the perimeter fence previously opened by responders as we remind people to stay behind any signs, fences or blockades in the area.
City street workers were on scene late friday working to reopen the roads scraping ice and snow from the roads after over 1 million gallons of water were flowed to extinguish the large fire.
Story by the Bozeman Daily images property of photographer and BDC link here.
https://www.bozemandailychronicle.com/news/crews-continue-investigating-four-story-apartment-complex-fire/article_2f7c3cce-ef85-5eca-919c-ac7e1bcac615.html Feb 15 No information for likes
Bozeman officials will reopen road closures that were in place all day Thursday and most of Friday.
Roads will open by 5 PM on February 15, 2019. The closures, which were located along Babcock between 6th and 8th avenues and 7th avenue between Olive and Main, were put in place for the safety of emergency responders and Bozeman citizens during a fire of an under construction building known as SOBO Lofts.
The Bozeman Fire Department will continue to monitor the area but at this point there is no longer a need for an onsite presence. The area has been safely secured by a fence.
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Status update on fire scene and road closures by Bozeman Fire
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Several roads and sidewalks remain closed in the area of Babcock and 7th due to Thursday mornings large commercial fire of a 4 story building under construction.
Bozeman Fire and Bozeman Police Fire investigators remain in scene.
Please use alternate routes and remain behind any fire lines marked in yellow tape and road blocks.
As well with the amount of water flowing yesterday and again overnight mixed with freezing temperatures this morning watch for slick roadways. Our streets department is working hard to keep them sanded.
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