Proudly Serving Since 1893
On any given day, we may fight structure fires, brush fires or car fires. We may respond to gas leaks, hazardous material spills, helicopter landing zones, motor vehicle accidents, other injuries, illnesses and accidents.
The Gallatin Fire Protection District is always in search of motivated individuals to assist us in our mission of providing professional service to citizens of the District.
Most importantly, as a member in the Fire District you will be providing an incredibly vital community service to your family, friends, and neighbors. Beyond providing fire protection and other emergency services, the Fire District is very active in our community, and each year through various events we are out and engaged with the public. Some events include parades, holiday events and Fire Prevention Week School visits, just to name a few.
To Protect Life and Property...
We are Prepared, Courageous, Dedicated, and Safe
Interested in becoming a Volunteer Firefighter with Us?
Previous experience is not required but helpful in recruitment process.
Please print this application and return it by mail to:
Gallatin Fire Prot. District
PO Box 11
Gallatin MO 64640
(or may be hand delivered to GFPD Firefighter)
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100% All Volunteer Firefighters
Daviess County, MO
Gallatin Fire Protection District is 100% Volunteer Firefighters.
Becoming a Volunteer Firefighter with the Fire District is very rewarding, yet very challenging and time consuming. You will get the opportunity to serve the citizens of your community and help protect Gallatin and surrounding Townships.
Newly appointed Volunteer Firefighters will have to attend classes and become certified to a minimum level of: Basic Firefighter, Hazardous Materials Awareness or Hazardous Materials Operations, Emergency Medical First Responder and must complete NIMS (National Incident Management System) training. Volunteer Firefighters may then have the opportunity to attend classes for several other higher level certifications.
Gallatin Fire Protection District Volunteers meet monthly for drills, training, apparatus checks and special information. Members also attend any district training, as scheduled by the Fire Chief, Assistant Fire Chief or Training Officer.
Applications will be reviewed by the District selection committee and applicants will be interviewed by the selection committee as needed to fill vacant positions. Applicants that are selected by the committee will have to complete and pass any testing or training deemed necessary by the District before becoming a Volunteer Firefighter.
Thank You for your interest in the Gallatin Fire Protection District.