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Kootenai County Fire & Rescue

Kootenai County Fire & Rescue is located in Northern Idaho. We serve the cities of Post Falls, Dalton Gardens, Huetter, State Line Village, Fernan Village, and many of the unincorporated areas of Kootenai County.

Kootenai County Fire & Rescue was formed in 2001, after a consoldiation between Post Falls Fire Department and Kootenai County Fire Protective District #1. We cover an area of over 113 square miles and over 50,000 residents.

We are a career fire department, with 56 full time emergency responders.  We operate out of 4 staffed stations.  We operate under an agreement with Kootenai County Emergency Services System as a transport agency, providing 2 staffed ALS ambulances.  In addition we have a training & maintenance facility and an administration building. 

KCFR is in the process of building a state of the art training campus. The 10 acre campus already includes a training tower, an extensive confined space prop, a two tanker train HazMat prop, and a collapsed structure prop.

Our call volume has continued to increase, responding to over 6,300 calls for service in 2017.

The District is responsible for fire suppression, rescue, emergency medical ALS and BLS response and transport, haz-mat, technical rescue, emergency management, and public safety education.

KCFR is also the sponsoring agency for the Idaho State Region 1 Hazardous Materials Response Team, responding to incidents within Idaho’s five northern counties. The Districts Fire Prevention Bureau provides public education, subdivision review, alarm and sprinkler testing, building inspections, fire inspections, code compliance and arson investigation.


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