Help us in protecting our community... gain training and technical skills... become a volunteer firefighter.




In the event of an emergency, time is the difference between life and death. Whether it is a fire or medical emergency it is our volunteer personnel responding to the aid of their neighbors who make the most significant impact. Trained volunteers make a difference by reducing the emergency response times and taking lifesaving actions when seconds count. Being a Volunteer Firefighter for the fire district is a very rewarding and valuable way to serve your community

If you are considering a career in the fire service, volunteering builds a great foundation and gets your foot in the door. Gain valuable skills in: Emergency Medicine, Firefighting, Emergency Response, Rescue and Wildland Firefighting.




It takes dedication and approximately 400 hours of training within the first year to become a Volunteer Firefighter. Training provided can be tailored to fit your availability if you are willing to volunteer your time and effort. Volunteer firefighters must be: at least 18 years old, have a High School Diploma or GED, possess a valid driver’s license, have a clean driving record, clean criminal record and pass a background check.


How Do I Get Started?


Stop by the Fire Station located at 130 E Island Lake Road to fill out an application or click the link below, fill our the application and bring it by the fire station. We look forward to seeing you!



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