Livingston Fire & Rescue
On behalf of Interim Fire Chief Jeremy Jacobsen and the officers and firefighters of the Livingston Fire Department, we welcome you to our website. We hope this site is useful in answering any questions you may have. Please don't hesitate to contact us if you have any questions or if we can assist you in any way.
Livingston is located 50 miles from the entrance to Yellowstone National Park in magnificent Park County. We are home to approximately 7,500 city residents and our ambulance service covers nearly 2,200 square miles. Livingston's first major blaze occurred in 1883, when fire destroyed an abandoned building and endangered other buildings in the new city. The fire forced the demolition of two neighboring structures to prevent the spread of the conflagration. Six days later the "Livingston Hook and Ladder Co." formed. In 1894 the city hired it's first paid firefighter and acquired a horse drawn hose and ladder wagon. The horse drawn wagons were faithfully pulled by "Bob" and "Major", whose names are on our engine and truck to this day. In 1897 Livingston chartered it's first organized volunteer fire department. In 1992 the City of Livingston approved the implementation of an ambulance service. It began as a basic service and has grown to 14 paramedics, 4 EMT Intermediate's and 8 EMT basic providers.
Currently Livingston Fire & Rescue has a combination department consisting of 15 full time paid personnel and 15 part-time reserves. We provide 24/7 fire protection and advanced life support paramedic ambulance service. We work closely with all county agencies to provide seamless service to those who live, work and visit our wonderful area.
The core values of Livingston Fire and Rescue form the foundation of how we perform work and conduct ourselves. These values underlie our work, how we interact with each other and the community, and which strategies we employ to fulfill our mission. They are practices we use everyday in everything we do.
INTEGRITY: Adherence to high principles and professional standards. Do what is right, legally and morally.
COMMUNITY: To be caring and compassionate to those we serve and strive to make the place we live and work better for all
SERVICE: Above all else, we realize we are here to meet the needs of the public
TEAMWORK: Achieving more by working together than we can achieve as individuals. We work as a team for the community we serve and commitment to the Livingston Fire & Rescue mission.
RELIABILITY: Our commitment to the public we serve is unwavering and consistent. We always deliver; wherever and whatever the customer requires.