The Bozeman Fire Department responded to 4,316 emergency calls in 2016 up from 2,817 in 2010 and approx. 1,800 in 2002.
These calls ranged in severity from false alarms and dumpster fires to residential and commercial working structure fires and even structural collapse. The Bozeman Fire Department fully staffs 2 fire engines and 1 tower truck along with a Battalion Chief 24/7/365
The department relies on off-duty personnel to staff a reserve engine when on-duty resources are committed to emergency calls for an extended period or large incidents where additional staffing is required. We also participate in a progressive county-wide mutual aid program that brings important firefighting resources into the city when needed and sends city resources to county/rural emergency scenes when requested by the responsible fire agency.
As the demand for service continues to increase, so does our level of dedication and commitment to making Bozeman a safe community. We are always ready and proud to serve!