Established in 1975, the North Star Volunteer Fire Department was founded with 15 volunteer members and averaged nearly 10 calls a year. The original station still stands today, albeit has changed significantly over the years. 


What was once 2 bays, 2 fire apparatus, and a chief's office, has now expanded to 5 stations, 12 fire apparatus, 50 volunteers, 11 full-time staff, and houses 16 volunteers who live at the various stations spread out across the 110 square mile Fire Service Area. The North Star Volunteer Fire Department is now the premier volunteer fire department in the interior of Alaska, running an average of 1,200 calls per year. In addition to responding to structure fires and emergency medical calls, we also have the ability to respond to motor vehicle accidents, hazardous material response, wildfires, off-road rescues, water rescues, and structural collapse.







North Star Volunteer Fire Department - 2358 Bradway Road North Pole, Alaska 99705 - Phone 907-488-3400


Monthly Call Volume
Month
Fire
EMS
MVA
January 84
46

6

February

40

65

​7

March
4257

6

April
31515
May

June


July

August

September


October

November



December



Runs to date: ​443

2019 Total Runs: 1336

2018 Total Runs: 1297

2017 Total Runs: 1207

2016 Total Runs: 1198





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