Central Montana 911 Center / Emergent calls: 9-1-1 / Non-emergent calls (406) 535-1800
Lewistown Fire-Rescue / 305 W Watson St, Lewistown, MT / (406) 535-1780

Lewistown Fire-Rescue

Committed to saving lives and protecting property

Lewistown Fire-Rescue provides fire protection, fire prevention, public education, code management, vehicle extrication, technical rescue, hazardous materials response, and emergency medical response in addition to other requested service responses to the City of Lewistown and of the Lewistown Rural Fire District. Lewistown Fire-Rescue responds to over 1200 calls annually. Lewistown Fire-Rescue is responsible for responding to all calls for service within the rural fire district. The City of Lewistown has a population of approximately 6,000 residents covering an area of approximately five square miles.  The rural district has a population of approximately 3,500 residents and covers an area of approximately 156 square miles.  

The Lewistown Rural Fire District contracts with the City of Lewistown (Lewistown Fire-Rescue) to provide manpower, housing and maintenance of the district’s apparatus and equipment.  All employees of Lewistown Fire-Rescue are employees of the City of Lewistown.


Our Values

Loyalty, Empathy, Accountability, Duty, Excellence, Respect, Selfless-Service, Honor, Integrity, & Personal-Courage (L-E-A-D-E-R-S-H-I-P)


Our Mission

The Lewistown Fire Department shall respond to all emergency calls, within the City Limits, the Lewistown Rural Fire District and beyond. We shall do everything within our level of training and resources to save lives, prevent further injury, protect and quickly bring the emergency situation under control. We shall develop a viable public safety and education program within the constraints of our resources. We will find and take whatever action necessary to correct fire and or life safety hazards. We shall always be available to our public to render assistance. Provide help or answer questions. When performing our duties, we will show compassion, respect and be kind to the citizens we encounter. This department will never be satisfied with the “Status Quo” and will strive to improve as a service and as individual public servants.