The Fire Department is a private non-profit corporation. The City of West Fargo contracts with the Fire Department for its services. The Department has three full- time employees (Fire Chief, Fire Marshal and Fire Inspector) and over 40 volunteers. Daniel Fuller is the current fire chief.
Nov 10, 2017 ... On November 9th, 2017 Diamond B Technology Solutions (DBTS) partnered with the Fargo, ND Fire Department as part of an early adopter agreement for LR-x, a technology licensed from the U.S. Army Research Laboratory under US Patent Application 13/452,047 filed on April 20, 2012. In addition to the ...
May 26, 2015 ... Station 1 at 637 NP Ave., which serves as the department's headquarters, was built in 1961 and has shown its age, according to a memo from Fire Chief Steve Dirksen. The plumbing has problems and the office space is too cramped, he told commissioners Tuesday. There used to be just four department ...
Students wishing to attend this course must meet the following prerequisites: Be a member of a North Dakota Fire Department, fire service organization, recruitment program, fire service affiliated organization or approved education program for a minimum duration of 2 years prior to certifying as a Fire Instructor 1. Firefighter ...
Nov 29, 2017 ... The West Fargo Fire Department received a donation from MidCo Communications that will help pay for equipment upgrades.
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The Harwood Area Fire & Rescue is an all-volunteer department organized in 1983 and comprised of a roster of 19 active members. These local residents are on-call 24 hours a day ready to assist. All of their time is donated without compensation and all fire protection funds go into improving fire and rescue protection.
“When someone experiences cardiac arrest, time is critical,” said Fargo Fire Chief Steve Dirksen. “A victim may die within minutes unless they receive early CPR and have access to a defibrillator.” Moorhead Assistant Fire Chief Jeff Wallin said the two cities are the first fire departments in North Dakota and Minnesota to ...