Kootenai County Fire & Rescue
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Youth Education

School Presentations

Prevention starts with teaching our youth lessons on how to prevent fires and general fire safety.

We provide Fall School presentations for the community each year. Please click on the registration link to sign up.

Some of the educational programs we offer include:

  • Learn Not to Burn
  • Youth Firesetter Intervention
  • Fire Prevention Week

Station Tours

Want to see what its like INSIDE the fire station?

We provide Station Tours for field trips and other interested groups. See the firetrucks, firefighter quarters, meet staff and maybe even the Fire Chief! Get a up close view of what life is like for the Kootenai County Fire & Rescue team.


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Business Education

Fire Safety & Hands-Only CPR

What is hands only CPR? It is CPR without mouth-to-mouth breaths.

It is recommenced for use by people who see a teen or adult suddenly collapse in an out-of-hospital setting (such as at home, at work, or in a park).

Interested in providing this for your local business?

Please fill out the Business CPR Registration Form to access the request form below and you will be contacted with more information. Please be advised that this is NOT for certification purposes.

Fire Safety for Home and Business

Portable fire extinguisher training, fire safety in the workplace and emergency evacuation planning is provided upon request.


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Bonds, Construction, Press

Public Information

Your dollars at work.

Learn more about the status of the construction bonds. Our fire district continues to see significant growth in people to serve and property to protect! It has been 20 plus years since KCFR last added a station to meet the demands of our community and as you know our community has grown and changed a great deal in those 2 decades. Better aligning the existing stations and adding a 5th staffed fire station allows us to provide enhanced service to citizens and property.

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Opening of One of KCFR’s New Stations has been Pushed Back

The opening of one of Kootenai County Fire and Rescue’s new stations has been pushed back about a year.

Be in the know

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Major forest fires

Unexpected road closures

Evacuation notifications

Commissioner Meeting Minutes are available to the public.