The Ronan volunteer fire department was established in 1912 following a fire that destroyed much of the town that was built on the banks of Spring Creek.
Located in the center of the beautiful Mission Valley, the Ronan Volunteer Fire Department serves approximately 12,000 citizens over 225 square miles in Lake County, Montana.
The Ronan Volunteer Fire Department is an all-volunteer department with 35 members and 13 apparatus operating out of 2 stations: Station 1 ~ 210 Adams St SW in Ronan, and Station 2 ~ 709 3rd Ave E in Pablo.
Our members take pride in being a part of a great public service. We participate in up to 200+ hours of training annually. We also play an active role in Child Fire Prevention Education as well as other community events.
We respond to approximately 300 calls annually that consist of structure and wild land fires, vehicle accidents, hazardous materials, rescue, mutual aid to other fire departments, mutual aid to Ronan Ambulance, and other services that the public may need.
The protection of lives and property shall always be our priority. We are rewarded with a great community that is very supportive.