volunteer fire department
"Neighbors serving neighbors."
Serving the community since 1969
Fort Ellis Fire/Rescue is an all-volunteer fire department serving the residents and visitors of the Fort Ellis Fire Service Area. Our district encompasses approximately 59 square miles of suburban, rural, farmland, wildland interface, forested areas and interstate highway east of Bozeman, MT. We provide structure protection, wildland fire protection and suppression, vehicle extrication, and emergency medical services. We typically respond to 200-300 calls for service per year.
3725 Bozeman Trail Road
Bozeman, MT 59715
☎ Non-Emergency CONTACT
(406) 587-0236 email@example.com
Would you know what to do if your friend or family member's heart stopped? CPR, especially if administered immediately after cardiac arrest, can double or triple a person’s chance of survival.
We currently have $148 as our annual residential fee unit and seek approval from the Gallatin County Commission to approve a new annual residential fee unit of $250. Our current fee structure has been in place since 2012.
Summer is a difficult time to collect blood yet the need remains constant because of increased rates of trauma during the summer season. Unfortunately blood donations are currently being distributed to hospitals faster than donations are coming in and more donations are needed to replenish our blood supply. Fort Ellis Fire Department has teamed up with the American Red Cross to help!
The National Weather Service has issued a Red Flag Warning for Gallatin County tomorrow, noon to 9pm (update: extended to 6 am on Saturday), indicating that any fire that starts is likely to become a serious event. Mid-August is traditionally the beginning of the fire season in Gallatin County, and we have already had our first fire, near Clarkston. Please be extremely careful about fires until we get substantial amounts of rain or snow.
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