We Are Hiring!
Click on the link below to find more information on upcoming test dates and how to apply.
Application Deadline: Thursday August 30th, 2018
Testing Familiarization Session: Friday September 7th, 2018
Test Date: Saturday September 8th, 2018
To Apply: Complete a job Application, Click Here
For more information, contact the Minot Fire Department (701) 857-4740
The Minot Fire Department is also hosting a Workout in the Park. We will be running a workout featuring 8 stations of traditional firefighter training. This boot-camp style event is open to the public and includes pulling hoses, dragging dummies, and carrying tools from the firetruck.
Saturday, July 7 at 10 AM - 11 AM @ Oak Park
The mission of the Fire Department is to protect lives and property from fire through effective fire suppression and prevention measures, to reduce trauma and save lives through the provisions of rescue, extrication, and emergency medical services.
We aim to protect the public against unrestricted use of hazardous substances and control and mitigate incidents involving hazardous chemicals in the environment; maintain a readiness to respond to and provide protection at all types of emergencies whether manmade or acts of nature.
Find out what things you need to know for after the fire.
In the past decade, people have become more aware of the risk of carbon monoxide (or CO) poisoning in the home. The nonprofit National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) prepared a set of frequently asked questions to help people protect themselves and their families against CO poisoning.
Get the information that will help to keep you safe in the case of an emergency situation.
The early history of the department is quite vague due to lack of records. Some of the early dates may not be exact but they are all very close. Much of the early information comes from the very good memories of past chiefs Gil Malek and Claude Metz.
Get detailed information about the division of Fire Prevention and Inspections.
A Recreational fire is an outdoor fire, where the fuel or material being burned, is not in a contained incinerator, outdoor fireplace, barbeque grill or pit, and is used for pleasure, religious, ceremonial, cooking, warmth or similar purposes.
View maps of the fire stations within Minot and get directions to these facilities as well.
The explorer post is a program available to high school aged youth in the Minot area. The program will teach explorers and let them get hands on experience with all aspects of the Minot Fire Department. The Explorers will have the opportunity to train in all the areas that our career firefighters train in. Being in an explorer post provides kids unique opportunities to learn teamwork and leadership skills that can be applied experience for their future endeavors . We generally meet once every other week for approximately 2 hours at a time. The location will depend on the topic of the meeting. Most of the time we will be meeting at the Minot Fire Stations but we will use other facilities if need be. The fee to sign up is $25. Throughout the year we will assist with certain public events such as parades, the blood drive, and various other activities.