March 13, 2020 - Out of concern for both out citizens and personnel, at this time Mica Kidd Island Fire District has limited public access to our fire stations, including station tours, ride alongs, all training's and public education gatherings.  

We anticipate these limitations to be temporary and will be evaluating the situation daily weekly.  Any updates will be passed along through this website and our Facebook Page.   Please rest assured that Mica Kidd Island Fire District is ready, able and staffed to respond to any call we receive. 

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Call 911 in the event of an emergency

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Commissioner Meetings

The Next Commissioner's 
Regular Meeting 
will be on
June 23, 2021 
6:00 PM

 

Click here for Agenda

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Fire Danger is LOW

 

Burn Permits Required

As of May 10th, permits are being issued for yard waste and burn barrels.

A no-cost 10-day permit from the Idaho Dept of Lands (IDL) is required and can be obtained at www.burnpermits.idaho.gov

Recreational, cooking fires, small campfires, and fire pits are allowed without a permit.

You  must have a copy of your IDL permit on site.

 

Click here to Apply

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Road Access Requirements

View the District's Access Roadways for Fire Apparatus Requirements HERE

 

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View the District's Public Records Request form

 HERE

 

Road Access Requirements

Public Records Request

 Volunteers and Resident Wanted
 

No Certs Required
Must be at least 18 Years of age
Must be able to pass a Background Check
Must have a Clean Driving Record

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EMERGENCY ALERT

Alert! Kootenai is the emergency alert system that enables the County to provide the public with critical information quickly in a variety of situations, such as winter storms, flooding, major forest fires, unexpected road closures, evacuations of building or neighborhoods and more.

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