CPR Training

Cardiac Arrest is a leading cause of death in the U.S. 

When you learn CPR you are learning to save a life!  A victim’s survival rate can double, or even triple when you know how to perform CPR.

Columbus Fire Rescue provides CPR training by request.  This is a 4 hour American Heart Association Certification training.  The cost of the course is $35.

For more information or to request training, click here, or call 322-4302.

First Aid Training

first aid download

First Aid Training provides you with the skills and knowledge to respond in a traumatic situation.  Columbus Fire Rescue offers American Heart Association First Aid Certification Training.

The training is a 4 hour training.  The cost per person is $35.

To request a training click here or call 322-4302.

Station Tours

Columbus Fire Station 1 is located at 944 East Pike in Columbus and Station 2 is located at 1 2nd Avenue North in Reed Point.  We invite you to stop by meet our crew, see our equipment, and tour the station.  For group tours, call us to set up an appointment.

Firewise, Fuel Mitigations and the Wildland Urban Interface

A Chance to Choose YOUR landscape NOW…before Mother Nature Chooses it for you!

Across Montana people are living in an area known as the WUI (Wildland Urban Interface). The intermingled area of homes/developments and undeveloped lands and vegetation; both forested and grasslands.

As your local fire prevention professionals we will explain what fuel reduction and survivable space is, how fuels reduction works and is completed and other tips than can assist homeowners in make their home defensible.

What is fuels reduction and survivable space?

Learn how does fuels reduction work, steps for ensuring the safety of your home and assistance programs available…

Stillwater County Wildland Urban Interface Map

Application for Fuels Mitigation Project

If you have any questions about fuels reduction work or need assistance in starting work on your property contact Chief Rich Cowger or Assistant Chief Nick Jacobs at Columbus Fire-Rescue (406) 322-4302.