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Hebgen Basin Fire District

Providing emergency services within the Hebgen Basin

Hebgen Basin Fire District has the following Position's Open 


Firefighter EMT

$20.86 per hour 

$62,455 annually 

Firefighter EMT position Description 

please click on position description 

Firefighter Paramedic

$23.27 per hour 

$69,670 annually 

Firefighter Paramedic Position Description please click on position description 

Hebgen Basin Fire District has a progressive longevity scale that adds an addition wage to the base hourly rate ranging from 10.4 cents an hour starting in year 2 of employment to $2.96 cents an hour in year 20.

Application Link

The Hebgen Basin Fire District is accepting applications for Emergency Medical Technician Paramedic/Firefighter and EMT/Firefighter Positions.  An application, full position description can be requested from the Hebgen Basin Fire District, P.O. Box 1508 West Yellowstone, MT 59758 or by calling 406-646-9094 or at  Any Questions please call or email Chief Grube at 406-646-9094 or


A completed application, resume and cover letter must be submitted by October 22, 2021 selected applicants will be interviewed and additional testing will be required. 


This is a permanent position that will require you live within a 30 minute call back radius from your proposed residence to Fire Station 1 located at 10 South Faithful Street, verified by Google Maps. 

Fire and ems services within the Hebgen Basin & Town of West Yellowstone

The Hebgen Basin Fire District is located on the west side of Yellowstone National Park in Gallatin County, Montana.  It services the town of West Yellowstone, Montana as well as the Hebgen Lake Basin area. Over 1,000 residents call this area home and over four million people travel to visit our unique backyard every year.  The HBFD works cooperatively with Yellowstone National Park and local agencies.

HBFD is committed to serving the community through education, staff training, and state of the art equipment.  We strive for excellence in our services and are proud that all of our staff has a friendly, compassionate, and dedicated attitude toward the people and families they serve as well as toward the task at hand.    


Gallatin county has lifted fire restrictions please purchase and activate your burn permit through : 

Open burning is open.

If you have any question please call the District office at 406-646-9094




COVID-19 Information Resources

Hebgen Basin Fire District is no longer administering first dose vaccinations. Please contact Community Health Partners 406-646-9441 or Gallatin County Health to set up an appointment. Gallatin county COVID-19 Information Resources: COVID-19 Call Center (406) 548-0123. Gallatin County COVID-19 Website:

Montana DPHHS COVID- 19 Website: CDC COVID-19 Website: