Missoula County Fire
Protecting People, Homes & Natural Resources | SW Montana
Wildfire by Monte Dolack c) 1992
Missoula County Fire Protection Association
Missoula County Fire Protection Association, of Missoula Montana, is a voluntary, non-profit association.
Our Members include
City, Rural, State and Federal FIRE professionals; EMERGENCY service responders; and others who care about local Life, Safety
& NATURAL RESOURCE issues.
Can we include YOU?
TOGETHER, we can all live fire-adapted,
fire-wise and fire-safe lives
on our uniquely fire planet. Contact us, or your fire chief, if you want to bring something to our attention or want
to join our cause.
Thanks for stopping by today!
c) Missoula County Fire Protection Association 2011-16
MISSOULA COUNTY FIRE NEWS
WHERE ARE YOU ON THIS HOMEOWNER FIRE READY MAP ?
See Mapper of wildfires near homes prepared for wildfire. Are
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READY, SET, GO!
Advise: Get Ready
Evac Warning: SET
Evac Order: GO
The Missoula Rural Fire is raising $$ to restore the building that housed the first Lolo Fire Dept. The building was donated by Charter for
Old Engine #1. Tickets $1. Ends July 4th. Read more...
TO HELP RESTORE
Be Careful - Burn Outdoors with Permit & Safety Tools !!
One less spark = one less wildfire. Common factors in the local debris fires that got away last year in Missoula
Burning PILE area is NOT LIINED and FIRE CREPT into dry grass.
Burning on a HIGH WIND day and SPARKS SPREAD to
"Most people who lose burns have left the pile only for a short time and return to a fire running through dry grass. Always have a charged hose or bucket of water, leather gloves, and hand tools available on-site when you burn anything."
MCFPA officials bumped the fire danger rating in Missoula County to Moderate due to fire behavior on escaped debris fires. Outdoor
burning by permit remains open, but use caution and have water and tools on hand. Find more tips / info here....
Android App provides info on nearby fires. Social Media sign-up, too.
Woodsy Owl Bobblehead
Given Away July 9th at
Osprey Baseball Game
First 750 people into July 9th Osprey Baseball Game will
recieve a free Woodsy Owl Bobblehead. Stay tuned for more details !
LOCAL Firefighters Teach Nearly 1400 First Graders
MCFPA's annual spring fire-safety program reached more first graders than in 2015.
Thanks to participating firefighters, students, teachers & parents.