Morris, Minnesota Fire Department

 


Morris Fire Department 125th Anniversary Fire Bike
Bike is being raffled off by the Morris Fire Relief Assoc.
Proceeds from the raffle benefit the Morris Fire Relief & 125th celebration.
2011 Harley Davidson FXDB - Dyna Street Bob.
Twin Cam / Air Cooled 96 CC 1500  
3000 Miles one this bike
Custom re-built by Grant County Choppers, Herman, MN – Tom Speer
Custom Paint and Graphics / Red with flames / 125th emblem engraved on side
$100 per ticket, winner has choice of the Fire Bike or $10,000.00
ONLY 400 tickets sold
Drawing held on July 12th, 2015 at 5:00 at Morris Fire Station
Need not be present too win
Contact any Morris Fire Fighter to purchase a ticket

Click Here For More Photographs

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The Morris Fire Department held their Annual Fire Meeting December 1, at the Morris Fire
Station and the membership voted on a recommendation to the City Council to approve the
following Firefighters as Officers for the Morris Fire Department in 2015.

Front row from left, Second Assistant Chief: John Lembcke, Fire Chief: Dave Dybdal, First Assistant Chief: Matt Solemsaas
Back row from left, Rescue Captain & Truck Maintenance: Dwain Schmidt, Chaplin: Mark Nemmers, Training Officer: Justin Howe, Incident Reporting: C.J. Fromm, Fire Prevention Coordinator: Jeremiah Day, Truck Captain: Pete Hentges, Ladder Captain: Jon Anderson

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The Morris Fire Department is an all volunteer/paid on call fire department consisting of 30 members. We proudly protect approximately 10,000 citizens living in the Stevens/Swift Counties Fire Rescue districts. We also provide mutual aid to our surrounding fire departments - Donnelly, Hancock, Cyrus, and Chokio. We meet on the 1st, 3rd & 5th Monday nights of the every month for required training hours and regular business meetings.

The Morris Fire Department operates with funds that are budgeted by the City of Morris. New members are required to complete approximately 150 hours of training before being placed on active duty. The department averages approximately 2000 man-hours of training annually.

Fire department personnel visit the local schools each year teaching fire safety and distributing fire safety training materials to the students. These functions have proven to be valuable at reducing fire accidents, injuries and fatalities within the fire district.

Anyone interested in becoming a member of the department is invited to stop by MORRIS CITY HALL and speak with the chief and pick up an application.


Get your Morris Fire T-shirts!

*Available in Red or Blue, long or short sleeve

$12 short sleeve $15 long sleeve

Send check or money order to:

Morris Fire Department
Morris Fire Relief
P.O. Box 438
Morris, MN 56267

 

Morris Fire & Rescue
PO Box 438
Morris, MN 56267
(320)589-1371

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