Fire Department

Recreational Fires & Portable Outdoor Fireplaces

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Greenwood Township has a volunteer fire department.  This site provides information, general information on our volunteer fire department, equipment and safety issues. If you would like to email us, please email us at firedept@greenwoodtownshipmn.com

Read the full pdf for the Minnesota Department of Public Safety Portable Outdoor Fireplace Information

If you have an emergency call 911.

Greenwood Township’s  ISO Rating is 7 for insurance purposes.
Greenwood currently has 10 members on the department with a mixture of Firefighters, Emergency Medical Responders (EMRs), and Firefighters/EMRs.
Greenwood Township has 3 boats used for Fire/EMS/Rescue.  The Township also has 4 fire fighting/rescue apparatus, 2 snowmobiles and an airboat (see below for the full list of apparatus).

Remember to:

  • Check your Carbon Monoxide detectors and smoke detectors to ensure they have not expired and also have new batteries. Typical life of detectors is 10 years.
  • Clean your chimneys
  • Change your furnace filters

Current Apparatus Vehicle ID /Year/ Make/Model Type of Apparatus/Use

  • E-1 2002 International S1800 4×4 Class A Engine 1500 GPM 1000 Gallon tank
  • T-2 1991 International 4800 4×4 Tender 350 GPM 2000 Gallon tank
  • T-3 2009 International 7400 4×4 Tender 750 GPM 2000 Gallon tank
  • R-5 1999 F450 Rescue 500GPM 350 Gallon tank with extrication equipment and pump
  • Airboat-1 unknown; Panther Airboat used for Ice rescue
  • B-1 2006 MetalCraft Marine Firestorm 28 Fire Boat class A pumper 1500GPM * lake is the water supply
  • B-2 2010 Alumaweld 26’ Boat* Personnel transport and EMS rescue
  • B-3 Aluma Craft 16’ w/25 hp outboard* primary role is Trout Lake rescue * Boats are generally used from May through October
  • Snow -1 2005 SkiDoo GTX Snowmobile
  • Snow-2 2000 Polaris LX Snowmobile ATV-1 2000
  • Polaris Sportsman 500 UTV 6-wheel drive
  • Snowambulance for patient transport over snow and ice.