EMERGENCIES

Carbon County Dispatch: 406.446.1234

Red Lodge Fire Rescue: 406.446.2320

Red Lodge Police Station: 406.446.3672

NON-EMERGENCIES
AVAILABLE 24/7

801 Broadway AVE N.
P.O.Box 318
Red Lodge, MT 59068

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Office Hours M-F from 8-5

OVER 100 YEARS OF COMMUNITY SERVICE

Red Lodge Fire Rescue has been assisting the greater Red Lodge community with fire, search & rescue, and EMS services since 1902.

OUR SERVICES
  • Medical emergencies, including critical care level calls

  • Motor vehicle accidents

  • Structure fires

  • Wildland fires

  • Search and rescue emergencies, wilderness, and highly technical rescues

  • Medical standbys at sporting and special events, such as our summer rodeos

  • Community training and education

  • Wildland fuels reduction program

  • Large incident management support

  •  Life and property threatening emergencies 

NEWS ROOM

RED LODGE FIRE RESCUE NEWSROOM

Here you'll find new information on EMS reports, Fire Reports, meeting notes, audits, and stories about Red Lodge Fire Rescue in newspapers across the country.

RLFR Reports and Agendas

RLFR IN THE NEWS

BILLINGS GAZETTE ARTICLE

SEARCH AND RESCUE - GLACIER LAKE 2016

'I knew I'd get help': Billings man rescued 2 days after breaking leg on mountain hike

A howling, freezing wind whipped around Bill Renney's tent as he lay wrapped in a sleeping bag with a broken leg and miles from help.

But instead of what would be an understandable sense of fear, he gazed in awe through the mesh top of the tent toward the night sky.

"Without a top on the tent, that view of the stars and sky was just wonderful," he said Monday while recovering at his West End home...

Photo Copyright Billings Gazette

KULR8 STORY

RLFR ASSISTS LAUREL FIRE - JUNE 2016

Laurel fire burns 860 acres

A grass fire broke out around 3:30 yesterday afternoon in Laurel. Luckily, no injuries were reported and no structures were damaged in the blaze.

Laurel fire chief Brent Peters said the fire is 100 percent contained.

The flames did manage to burn about 860 acres before they were put out.

Peters says the fire started when a man was using a Swather machine in his fields. The machine caused a spark, and the high winds caused the fire to spread quickly.

Photo Copyright KULR 8