Campbell County Fire Dept.

Greetings from the Chief,

Welcome to the Campbell County Fire Department (CCFD) website. As you explore our webpage, I think you will gain a better understanding of our organization and the services we provide. The Campbell County Fire Department is governed by a “Joint Powers Fire Board”

representing the City of Gillette, the Town of Wright, and Campbell County. Our service area encompasses nearly 5,000 square miles and is situated in Northeastern Wyoming. Our county produces roughly 30% of the nations coal supply from our open pit mines as well as significant amounts of natural gas, oil, and cattle. With all of these industries, our fire department faces a wide array of emergency responses.

CCFD is a combination fire department consisting of 29 career and more than 150 volunteer firefighters. Exceeding 80 pieces of apparatus and support vehicles, our department utilizes a variety of units to support our mission in Campbell County. We provide fire, rescue, EMS, and hazardous materials response services to approximately 50,000 citizens. Our volunteers provide county wide coverage from ten stations and eleven wildland support stations. The career staff runs 24-hour coverage out of Fire Station 1, as well as augment the other volunteer stations on their days off. Our combination system offers the citizens of Campbell County a variety of firefighting and technical expertise by combining the professional disciplines of our volunteers and the firefighting experience of our system as a whole.

I have been involved in the fire service for 27 years and have served as Fire Chief at CCFD since December 2007. I am extremely excited about the future of this fire department as we work tirelessly to provide professional emergency services to our vibrant and growing community. I am proud of the women and men who give so much of their time and talents. Through all their efforts, the Campbell County Fire Department has become one of the most progressive fire organizations anywhere in the United States.

I hope you enjoy your visit to the CCFD website. Please use the “Contact Us” link if you should have any questions or comments about our organization.

Don Huber, Fire Chief 
Campbell County Fire Department

 JanFebMarAprMayJunJulAugSepOctNovDecTotal
Calls7167908789113517
EMS725056495351331
Total143117146136142164848

CCFD's NEW INSPECTOR

Michael Sammons has been named to the Inspector Position at CCFD.  Mike was born and raised in Washington State.  He served on the Key Peninsula Fire Department where he attained the position of Lieutenant, and he later served on the Mason County Fire District #2 as a Captain. 


Mike moved to Gillette in May 2014 when he was offered the Inspector Position.  His wife Suzanne, and their two children (Kira (10) and Stephen (6) will move to Gillette in July.


   


 
 
 

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