Brownsdale Volunteer Fire Department is located in southern Minnesota in the City of Brownsdale. Our service area has a population of nearly 1600 people.
The Brownsdale Volunteer Fire Department has a volunteer Chief, Assistant Chief, Lieutenant, Capitan, and 18 volunteer firefighters
to serve the service area's residents in the event of an emergency.
The Brownsdale Volunteer Fire Department is a volunteer organization founded in 1948 and contracted to provide life
and property protection from natural and accidental disasters within the City of Brownsdale, Red Rock, and part of Waltham
Townships in conjunction with the Brownsdale Firemen's Relief Association. Our department is one of only 30 in the state of
Minnesota to be independent of the City or Townships relying only on it’s contracts for service, fund raising and donations
from it’s citizens for it’s day to day operation.
We respond to an average of 55 emergency calls a year which consist of:
emergency medical; fire suppression; and automobile accidents. The Department has a county wide mutual aid agreement in addition
to the Zumbro Valley Mutual Aid Assn.
Currently we are seeking applications to fill a limited number of positions. If you are 18 years old or older,
live inside a 5 minute radius of the Brownsdale Volunteer Fire Department firehall, and are interested in joining us,
please feel free to fill out our membership application. You can download and print a PDF version of the application
Send your completed application to:
Brownsdale Volunteer Fire Department
402 S. Mill St
P.O. Box 64
Brownsdale MN, 55918
Click HERE for a downloadable application in PDF format
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