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The Town of Bainville Fire Department's mission is to protect and enhance the quality of life for all citizens and visitors from the adverse effects of natural and man-made emergencies. Our goal is to provide a protection program through a cost-efficient approach to emergency response, fire code application and public fire education.
If you are witnessing a crime in progress or are experiencing an emergency, please dial 911.
Frequently Asked Questions
When are the Fire department meetings?
Meetings are held ever 1st Monday of every month at the Firehall on 207 Duval Street.
How do I become a volunteer fire person?
Attend a meeting for application or have a current member in good standing sponsor you.
How do I obtain a burn permit?
Obtain a Roosevelt County Burning permit from a local volunteer fireman, town office or county 911 dispatch center. Fill out the permit and fax completed form back to Dispatch. Permittee is liable for control of burn.
Can I have a fire pit?
Yes, less than 4' in diameter and must follow burn restrictions.
What is the current Fire Restrictions for the Town of Bainville?
The Current Fire Restrictions can be found on the State of Montana Website: