The Bremen Fire Department is committed to serving the Town of Bremen, Indiana, and the German Township of Marshall County, Indiana, by protecting life, property, and the environment.
Responsible for 63 square miles of fire protection, the department continually improves the quality of service by being well-equipped, using the latest available technology, and by highly-trained and motivated personnel.
From fire suppression to our emphasis on fire prevention and safety education, the department has always worked diligently to meet the changing needs of our community. The department holds an annual fire prevention class for school children, daycares, adults, and senior citizens.
The Town of Bremen maintains a Class-4 (Class 4Y in Township) fire insurance rating (also known as the Public Protection Classification), which is determined by a survey conducted by the Insurance Service Office (ISO). The survey includes 3 critical areas: (1) fire alarm handling, which includes the 911 telephone system and dispatch capabilities; (2) available water supply for fire protection and; (3) staffing and firefighting equipment maintained by the fire department.
The fire department is funded by the Town of Bremen, German Township Trustee, and an Advisory Board, along with donations from the Bremen Volunteer Fireman's Association, Inc., and from members of the community.