Thank you Rolf, Charlie and all First Responders for your service to our community, and for the water bottles! (Kathy Dell Angelo)
EMS Michigamme/Spurr EMS EMERGENCY 911 Michigamme and Spurr residents and visitors alike continue to reap the benefits of having a top notch First Responder team here. Since its inception in 1978, 43 persons have served as responders. Our EMS volunteers work in cooperation with the Ishpeming Ambulance Service, now run by Bell Memorial Hospital. Our EMS have received extensive training in emergency medicine. We know that often our lives depend upon their abilities. Theirs is a difficult and stressful job and our communities are truly grateful for their dedication.
Hope you all came out to suppport our First Responders!
Donations for the 2018 Fireworks can be sent to: Michigamme~Spurr 4th of July Committee PO Box 12 Michigamme, MI 49861
Michigamme’s Steamer Comes Home April 24, 6:30 pm. Marquette History Museum In 1900 the community of Michigamme bought a horse drawn steam fire engine. By 1962 it was obsolete and sold. Yet many valued the steamer and its historic beauty, setting off a multi-decade search and effort to bring it home. Learn about early fire-fighting technology and a heroic community effort through the lens of an engaging historic storyteller, Bill Van Kosky. $5 suggested donation.
Michigamme/Spurr Fire Department Emergency Call 911 The Michigamme Fire Department was organized sometime 1876. In 1995 Michigamme and Spurr Townships combined their fire department.
Tell the emergency operator the location of the emergency right away
provide the emergency operator with your wireless phone number, so if the call gets disconnected, the emergency operator can call you back
911 centers currently lack the technical capability to receive texts, photos and videos
if your wireless phone is not “initialized” (meaning you do not have a contract for service with a wireless service provider), and your emergency call gets disconnected, you must call the emergency operator back because the operator does not have your telephone number and cannot contact you
to help public safety personnel allocate emergency resources, learn and use the designated number in your state for highway accidents or other non life-threatening incidents (Right now Michigan still uses 911 for traffic accidents. Coming soon is 511 which will offer you current traffic, road conditions, detours etc.)