The Brownstown Fire Department is dedicated to protecting life and property by providing:
With Professionally trained personnel using team work, and the resources provided by the community.
Brownstown Fire Now Uses AppSheet
Brownstown Fire is now using AppSheet to build custom apps to be used on department Ipads and smart phones to conduct daily vehicle checks, mainteance requests, bunker gear inspections, and other tasks that use to require time consuming paperwork. These new apps eliminate the piles of paper, streamline the process and allow for improved report information gathering. See how it works at www.appsheet.com/Solutions/EducationalApps
Brownstown Fire has partnered with BidNet as part of the MITN Purchasing Group to post bid opportunities to this site. As a vendor, you can register with the MITN Purchasing Group and be sure that you see all available bids and opportunities. By selecting automatic bid notification, your company will receive emails once Brownstown Fire has a bid opportunity that matches your company's business. In addition, the site handles bid opportunities, RFPs, and RFQs for other member governmental agencies throughout Michigan.
Brownstown Fire looks forward to providing you with more bid information and simplifying the entire bid, proposal, and quote processes for everyone involved. We appreciate your cooperation and welcome your participation. If you need help registering, please call the MITN Purchasing Group support department toll free 1-800-835-4603 option #2.
Link to Brownstown Fire open solicitations:
MITN Purchasing Group
Link to Vendor Registration Screen for Brownstown Fire:
MITN Purchasing Group
Please Check your smoke detectors. Replace the battery when you change the clocks for daylight savings time.
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During heavy snow fall, please ensure that the fire hydrant in front of your home or business remains clear of snow accumulations
FEMA-ASSISTANCE TO FIREFIGHTERS GRANT AWARD
In August of 2016 our department was successful in receiving a FEMA grant for the amount of $209,887, our department is required to contribute a 10% match. With this grant we have been able to purchase 10 sets of new firefighter bunker gear, replace our 30 year old cascade fill station for our breathing bottles, replace 10 out of service SCBA breathing bottles for our air packs, install new vehicle exhaust ventilation systems within two fire stations and upgrade an existing system in one of our stations. We have purchased three new thermo imaging cameras that are used during search and rescue
New Firefighter/Medic Addition
We recently welcomed an additional firefighter/medic into Brownstown Fire Department. Jacob Pisarzewski was hired in March of 2019. Firefighter Pisarzewski comes to Brownstown with several years of education, training and experience. Firefighter Pisarzewski worked for 6 years with the Riverview Fire Department as well as a few years as an RN with Henry Ford Wyandotte Hospital. Firefighter Pisarzewski will surely be a great fit to our organization.
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The Brownstown fire department has four fire stations located throughout the township. Two of which are staffed 24 hours a day 7 days a week with a minimum of four firefighter/paramedic personnel within each and one station part-time with a minimum of two firefighter/paramedics. This is done with a total of thirty (24 hour) career firefighter/paramedic personnel. The department provides a broad range of services to the public, some of which include: Fire Suppression, Fire Prevention & Fire Investigation, Advanced Life Support Emergency Medical Services, Hazardous Materials first response, Motor Vehicle Crash Response and Extrication and other special operations. The department utilizes the latest technological equipment available to the fire service which includes; computer aided dispatch computers within the apparatus, 12 lead EKG telemetry, video laryngoscope just to name a few. The department answers approximately 3000 emergency calls for service each year and covers an area of 23 sq. mi. with a population of 30,000. The department currently carries a ISO classification of 5/5X. The Department has an Auto Aid response agreement with the neighboring city of Trenton. The departments headquarters at Station No. 1 was opened in January 1997. The building houses all administrative offices and serves as the departments training center. The Fire chief, Fire inspector, and an administrative assistant, work from this office. All fire-related permits, plan reviews and other administrative duties are conducted out of this office.