Battle of Badges bell ringing at HyVee - November 2021
Aerial fire truck decorated for annual holiday parade - December 2021
New Pierce Impel PUC Rescue Pumper - Placed into service during September 2021
Anhydrous Ammonia Leak training - July 2021
Training on new rescue extrication equipment - November 2021
Wildland Burn Training at Leo Rudolph Nature Reserve - November 2021
The Owatonna Fire Department maintains a state of readiness 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. This is accomplished by the dedication of our firefighters, along with the willingness of their families to allow our firefighters to leave at a moment’s notice when called. Our firefighters are prepared because of the pride and enthusiasm they show in ongoing training for emergency response.
In addition to responding to emergencies, our firefighters conduct fire code inspections to help property owners eliminate unsafe conditions in their buildings. They also provide public education opportunities to our community throughout the year to prevent fires before they happen.