Cambridge Volunteer Fire Department
On November 1, 2013 if you are served by the Cambridge Fire Department, your homeowners insurance could be going down. We were recently re-tested by ISO and made some significant improvements in our classification for fire suppression services. We encourage you to call your agent and check since approximately 80% of all insurance companies use the ISO rating schedule to evaluate the readiness of the fire service.
Currently, if you reside within 1,000 feet of a City of Cambridge municipal hydrant we are rated at 6. On November 1st this will drop to a 4! This equals money savings to you the homeowner. Also for our rural residents, if you are within 5 miles of Cambridge Fire State #1 located at 300 3rd Avenue NE, Cambridge you are rated a 9. As of November 1st that will drop to a 7! We work extremely hard at providing you with the very best fire service we can. If you have further questions, please contact Chief Okerlund at 763-286-8633.
The Cambridge Fire Department is a 30 member paid, on-call department. Current fire fighting apparatus includes three pumpers, one ladder truck, two tankers, three grass rigs, and a chief's car. The Fire Department responds when dispatched by 911.
Contact us with any questions or concerns or to set up a tour, or a visit to talk about fire safety.
Fire Suppression Permitting and Code Enforcement
Fire Department Officer Positions
Fire Chief Sean Okerlund
Deputy Fire Chief
Assistant Fire Chief Todd Tomczik
Captain Dave Matchinsky
Captain Todd Schwab
Captain Corey Bustrom
Captain Lucas Milz
Volunteer Fire Fighters
Trucks and Equipment
Cambridge Fire's Truck Capacities
E1 1500 GPM Pump
E2 1250 GPM Pump
E3 1250 GPM Pump
L1 1250 GPM Pump
T1 1800 Gallon Tank Capacity
T2 1900 Gallon Tank Capacity
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