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Hebgen Basin Fire District

Providing emergency services within the Hebgen Basin


Community Training

The HBFD offers CPR classes in the community.  The cost is $35 which is payable the day of the class.  Please bring your check, cash, or money order to class to receive your card.  Credit cards are accepted but an additional 3%  fee is added for processing.  If you would like to take part in a CPR class please call (406) 646-9094 or e-mail     


Are You Prepared?   ​

  • As we transition into our Fall/Winter seasons, it's a great time to focus on our Home Fire Safety!
  • Take the time to check your Smoke Detectors.
  • If you have a wood stove, make sure your Chimney is clean.
  • Do not overload your outlets 




Time to burn yard debris?

Make sure to purchase a burn permit and notify Dispatch center before burning. If your address is located within Gallatin County  you must purchase and activate burn permit through their website directly. If you need help purchasing the county permit please come by station one located at 10 S. Faithful street and see the Admiistrative Assistant.

  • Clean up the burn site before departing.
  • Never leave an active fire unattended.
  • Burning is not permitted in any street or alley.
  • Be prepared for the unexpected and have fire suppression equipment close.
  • Some items not allowed to burn: Styrofoam, plastics, chemicals, whole structures, tires, animal droppings or animal parts.
  • Check the weather before burning. A gust of wind can make your fire spread out of control quickly.



Educating Our Youth

The HBFD believes in educating our youth.  Station 1 is often visited by the local cub scouts and Little Rangers Learning Center where staff members give them a tour of the station, fire trucks, and ambulances.  In June of 2019 The District was awarded grant funding from FM Global  to add Sparky the Fire Dog to our team. 

  If you're interested in organizing a youth presentation, please contact the fire station at or 406-646-9094.