The Bellevue Fire Department is currently comprised of 164 members dedicated to providing excellent and expedient Emergency Medical Services, Fire Prevention, Fire Suppression and other emergency services. Fire Chief Perry Guido has been with the department since January, 2009 and his office is at District 1. The department has four fire stations and one Training Site strategically located throughout the 41.3 square miles of first-due response area.
Please click on the Station Locations Map tab above to view these on a map.
District 1 – 211 W. 22nd Ave.
District 2 – 2110 Fairview Dr.
District 3 – 9400 S. 36th St.
District 4 – 13501 S. 25th St.
Training Site – 3100 SP Benson Dr.
Responders have various levels of advanced training in EMS and Fire operations, but, at a minimum are all trained and certified as Emergency Medical Technician-Basic, Firefighter I, and Hazmat Awareness. The department is also fortunate to have 40 paramedics that can provide Advanced Life Support, Hazmat Technicians for advanced chemical and hazardous material(s) detection and mitigation, Firefighter II and III, and other areas of expertise.
The Training Site is a state-of-the-art fire simulation facility and includes a classroom facility utilized by local, state law enforcement and fire departments. The site is also available for rental and use by outside agencies. For more information please contact the Training Site Coordinator at (402) 293-6592.
The department averages over 3,400 emergency calls per year with the vast majority of calls requiring EMS treatment and transport. Over 2,050 patients were transported in 2009.
The main office phone number is 293-3153 and office hours are Monday through Friday 8:00am until 4:30pm.
If you have an emergency, please call 911.