About Central Valley Fire
Central Valley Fire District (formerly Belgrade Rural Fire District) is the largest Fire District in Gallatin County, operating out of 5 stations,
within approximately 300 square miles and serving a population of approximately 26,500 district citizens, and approximately 8,200 citizens within the city of Belgrade.
The District is located in the central Valley of Gallatin County, 8 miles from the County seat of Bozeman. In addition, the Fire District serves the
balance of Gallatin County in areas where no other fire protection for wildland fires is available.
Land use in the District is very diverse, ranging from agricultural, industrial, large residential subdivisions
and commercial properties. These diversities also exist in the City of Belgrade.
Our service area includes the City of Belgrade, Dry Creek Road to Menard, Jackrabbit Lane to Four Corners, Highway 205 from Central Park to North 7t at the North Boundary of Bozeman.
Our service area also includes Amsterdam Road to Linney Road, Sypes Canyon, Walker Road to Springhill Community Road.
These areas also include Interstate 90, which runs directly through the middle of the Fire District.
The Central Valley Fire District and Belgrade City Fire Department is a full service fire department providing Fire Suppression, Emergency Medical
Response, Rescue, Hazardous Materials Response, Public Education, Code Enforcement, Inspections, and other services as the public may need.
The Fire District employs 12 full time, paid staff; 1 administrative and 11 firefighters supporting 40 volunteers. We operate out of five Fire Stations.
||205 E Main Street
||3650 Springhill Road
||Four Corners Station
||275 Ice Center Lane
||Reese Creek Station
||13683 Springhill Lane
||Springhill Community Station
||9600 Walker Road
||Classroom/meeting facility adjacent to Station 1
||95 North Davis, Belgrade
||Fire Training House
||205 Pollywog, Belgrade