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About Us

Big Horn Fire
Our History

In 1950, the Big Horn Fire District was formed in the small community of Big Horn Wyoming 8 miles southwest of Sheridan.  Today, the Big Horn Volunteer Fire has 20 members with apparatus, technology and training for handling structure, wildland and vehicle fires, medical emergencies, and rescue.

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We Want You

 

Volunteers Needed

 

Interested in becoming a volunteer firefighter? Our members are just like you with day jobs, family and friends. We are looking for people in our district who want to serve their community by contributing their time and energy toward emergency services. Previous experience is great, but don’t worry, we’ll provide the training. While it can be hard work and time consuming, the comradery among peers and helping others when they are in the most need is tremendously rewarding.

Big Horn Volunteer Fire Department
138 Johnson Street
PO Box 501
Big Horn , Wyoming 82833
(307) 672-7465

Use the contact form below to learn request information, an application or to leave a message.

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Alan Telck

Chief

Jon Warder

Assistant Chief

Bernie bornong

1st Captain

Doug Enloe

2nd Captain