Since 1935, the Cody Volunteer Fire Department has been an integral part of the Cody area community by ensuring the safety of Park County residents. Organized to protect the people and property of Fire District #2, members of the VFD do not just fight fires, they’re among the first to respond to and control marine, medical, and hazardous materials emergencies – including threats of exposure to dangerous conditions and elements, such as roadway spills, gas leaks, or containment of toxic and radioactive substances.
The individuals of the VFD of Cody provide public safety even when there is no immediate threat by educating and training the public about fire prevention. As host of the Cody Fire School, the Cody VFD provides over 20 different fire & EMS classes to continue training and grooming new and current members of the volunteer staff.
The wet weather this October has brought the Cody area has, fortunately, dampened the end of another fire season. To celebrate, we’re proud to recognize two members of our team who also serve as Volunteers for the Cody Volunteer Fire Department. Jake Ivanoff and John Krebes have donated their time and effort, and have risked personal safety to ensure devastation remains at bay for the Cody community and surrounding areas of the Park County Fire District #2.
With 15 years of experience under his belt working with the department, John currently serves as board president. Because of the passionate efforts of these individuals to protect our community over the years, 307 Real Estate proudly contributes an annual donation to the Cody Fire School in order to support the continuation of a great community program.