Fire & Emergency Medical Service

Fire protection for Anaconda-Deer Lodge County is handled by a combination of local fire departments, U.S. Forest Service, and the Anaconda Division of the Department of Natural Resource and Conservation. There are seven fire districts are located within Anaconda-Deer Lodge County. The fire insurance ratings for the city of Anaconda are Class 4 for residential property and Class 4 for commercial property.

Duties

The Anaconda Fire Department provides the city of Anaconda with fire and emergency medical services, as well as full emergency medical services for Anaconda-Deer Lodge County. The Anaconda Fire Department also provides:

  • Automobile Extrication Service
  • Community Service
  • CPR and First-Aid Training 
  • Fire Prevention Program
  • Instant and Mutual Aid to Anaconda-Deer Lodge County Volunteer Fire Departments
  • Operation Level Haz-Mat Response

Burning Permits

Burning permits can be obtained by visiting your local fire station to get a burning permit or by visiting the online County Burn Permit Service.

Emergency Medical Services Billing

The Anaconda Fire Department uses Pintler Billing for all Emergency Medical Services payments. Make or schedule your payments by visiting the Pintler Billing website or by contacting Leslie Graves at 406-889-5882.

CPR & First Aid Classes

The Anaconda Fire Department offers CPR and First-Aid classes throughout the year. Theses classes are open to the public. Registration is available online.

Schedule a Fire Inspection

To schedule an inspection for your business, complete the Occupancy Information Form. Once received, the Anaconda Fire Department will get in touch with the contact person to schedule the inspection.

Air Quality Alerts

For wildfire smoke update, please visit the Department of Environmental Quality website.

Montana Wildfire Incidents

For current Montana wildfire conditions, please visit Inciweb.

Fleet

The Anaconda Fire Department Fleet includes the following:

  • 1994, 1500 gallon per minute pumper (Spartan)
  • 1994, 75 foot ladder truck with a 1500 gallon per minute Pump (Spartan)
  • 1997 AEV Trauma Hawk Class 3 ambulance
  • 1997 Wheeled Coach Class 3 Ambulance
  • 1998, 1500 gallon per minute Pumper (Lance)
  • 2001 Ford F-150, Chief Vehicle
  • 2009, 1500 gallon per minute Pumper (Contender)
  • 2010 Polaris Ranger 6 by 6
  • 2013 Medix F-450 4 by 4
  • 2013 Medix F-450 4 by 4