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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Pictured: Bozeman Engine 1 which shares a house with Battalion 1, Brush 1 and a Medic unit all located downtown.
Bozeman Fire fully staffs 3 firehouses including 2 engines, 1 truck and battalion 24/7/365 to help meet national response standards.
Station 1: near main off of Rouse ave.
Station 2: South 19th near the L&J
Station 3: Between Baxter and Oak near the 100 acre park aka Dino park.
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When #Bozemafires Engine Co. 2 got an invite to attend Mrs. Welchs 80th Birthday party there was no question on if they would attend, only how much cake would they eat.
Mrs. Welchs late husband Chief Welch retired in 1985 after serving the city of Bozeman for 25 years and promoting to Asst. Chief.
As the crew worked on finding a parking spot it quickly was no secret they were attending. Once they stepped out of the engine Mrs. Welch with help from family, and a smile ear to ear had already walked a couple houses away from home to greet them.
She said it had been ages since a fire engine was parked in front of her forever home and how happy that made her to see it once again.
The crew spent some time visiting and hearing a lot of great stories and memories from Mrs. Welch and her children growing up as kids of the fire service. Amazing Stories that help make a fire department a home for generations to come.
Thanks for the invite Molly, we promised your mom we will be there for her 90th with a little extra air horn! #happy80th #thanksforthinkingofus www.bozemanfire.com
Good morning and happy homecoming Montana State Bobcats! We wish everyone he best and hope you enjoyed last nights sunset as much as Engine 2.
With over 34 calls for emergency services since Thursday am it's a busy start to the weekend.
We thank everyone for pulling right and stopping as we respond lights and sirens, time matters, and who knows the next emergency could be yours. Www.bozemanfire.com #bozemanfire #montanafirefighters #bozemanmontana
Bozeman Fire an Bozeman Police Department responding to intersection of Oak and North 14th for a serious Car vrs. Ped./bike. We ask you use alternate routes if you must pass this area SLOW and move over for the safety of everyone on scene. KBZK TV Bozeman Daily Chronicle KTVM 6 Butte Bozeman KTMF / KWYB
Work is chugging along on North Rouse from Bond to Birdie Drive. Travel slowly through the construction zone!
https://goo.gl/TZ5neg Oct 08
***ACCIDENT ALERT. use alternate routes if possible.
Intersection of Huffine and Ferguson. Multiple vehicles involved. Injuries reported.
Bozeman Fire and Bozeman Police responding.
PLEASE SLOW DOWN if you must pass and keep your eyes on the road. Let our emergency services render aid knowing your watching the road not the accident.
Slow down and move over as able, it’s a state law that saves lives!
During a recent accident in this area 6 more cars crashed into each other while responders were helping those already involved in the first wreck. Over 10 cars in all we’re involved by the time all units cleared the scene.
KBZK KTVM 6 KTMF / Bozeman Daily Chronicle