Welcome to the Official Website for the Bellevue Fire Department
The Bellevue Fire Department consists of up to forty volunteer members and does much more than just fighting fires; we have evolved into providing our community with up-to-date rescue applications that include auto, agricultural, and river rescues.
The department's members are highly motivated and are encouraged to take the time to advance themselves in the areas of firefighting and EMS applications. Many members are Firefighter I and Firefighter II certified, as well as having specific rescue certifications. Almost half of the membership is EMS certified at the minimum EMT-Basic Certification with several holding an EMT-Paramedic Certification. The above certifications require members to attend countless hours of classroom instruction, as well as participate in hands-on instruction. Members are also encouraged to attend various Fire and EMS schools throughout the year that are paid for by the department, but require the member to "volunteer" his/her time to attend.
In addition to Fire and EMS certifications and classes, members are required to attend each monthly business meeting held on the 2nd Monday of the month and also attend the monthly drill night held on the 4th Monday of the month. Members are also encouraged to attend Rescue Squad Drill night, usually held the 1st Monday of the month, and also attend monthly work detail nights held on the 3rd Monday of the month.
Since our organization is 100% volunteer, and receives minimal funding through taxation, our members are once again called upon to help with the departments three (3) fundraisers held each year. These fundraisers allow the department to purchase new and modern equipment, which wouldn't otherwise be possible. Lastly, members are called upon to help with community and civic events which include the 4th of July Heritage Days Celebration, The Christmas Parade, and any other special civic event that comes to Bellevue.
All members are required to carry pagers, which alert when the Fire Department is needed. Members are expected to respond 24 hours a day, 7 days a week if they are able.
Cub Scouts visit the station
Lieutenant Christopher Smith, April 15
Recently the Wolf Den from Pack 342 visited and toured the Bellevue Fire Station. The Cub scouts were shown the building and the apparatus. We discussed operations of the FD, technology, mapping, equipment, personnel, fundraising and many other things the department handles. The kids really enjoyed their time at the station (I think the attending parents did also). The Den presented the Bellevue ... (Full Story & Photos)
Fish Fry 2017
Lieutenant Christopher Smith, March 24
Thanks to everyone who supported our fish fry on March 24th. 533 people were served Alaskan Pollock, baked potatoes, cole slaw and dinner rolls. Raffle winners were as follows:
$50 Bills- Lynn Kohlenberg and Rob Roben
Full Automotive Detail- Joyce Davids
Till's certificate- Ron Kilburg
Hair Products- Barb Daughtery
Wooden Hose Cart- Nick Schroeder
Comets shirt- Chuck Roling
Marquette shirt- Leon ... (Full Story & Photos)
2/26/17 Structure Fire
Lieutenant Christopher Smith, February 26
A Bellevue home suffered extensive damage following a fire, Sunday morning.
Bellevue Fire Chief Kent Clasen said a little before 11:00, firefighters headed to 901 Stone Street for a structure fire.
"Arriving units reported smoke showing from the roof," said Clasen in a news release. "Firefighters started attacking the fire from by cutting ventilation holes in the 1 ½ story structure."
The chief ... (Full Story & Photos)
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