Missoula County Fire Protection Association
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Missoula County Fire Protection Association
Missoula County MT
FIRE DANGER
Fire Danger in Missoula County Montana
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Missoula County MT
FIRE DANGER
Fire Danger in Missoula County Montana
MISSOULA COUNTY FIRE NEWS:
Spring Burning with an Outdoor Burning Permit from Missoula County
MODERATE FIRE DANGER
Wildfires will start from most accidental causes and produce moderate flames that will spread quickly with wind.
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OUTDOOR BURNING CLOSED No yard debris, agricultural or wildland burns are allowed again until March 1st. Learn more about Missoula County regulation of outdoor burns, what permit holders can burn, and more, visit our Burn Permits section.
WINTER HEATING SAFETY
•Never leave space heaters unattended.
•Use glass or metal screen on fireplaces.
•Never use gasoline to start a fire.
•Have carbon monoxide detectors and smoke alarms on every floor.
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Firefighter Frank Returned
Firefighters and volunteers were in kindergarten classrooms this fall to teach how to Stop, Drop & Roll and other fire safe techniques. Stay tuned for a final report. Learn more here.
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MISSOULA COUNTY FIRE PROTECTION ASSOCIATION (MCFPA) is a voluntary, non-profit association in Missoula County, Montana. 
Our Members include City, Rural, State and Federal Fire Professionals; Emergency Service Responders and others who care about Life, Safety and Natural Resources. 
FireSafe, Firewise & Fire Adapted. Contact us or your Fire Chief to share info or join our cause. THANKS for stopping by today.
LAST UPDATED: Jan 17, 2020
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