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Commissioner Meetings

The Next Commissioner's 
Regular Meeting will be held on
February 28, 2024, 6:00 P.M.


Check back for the agenda.


 Fire Danger is

Burn permits are required through the Idaho Dept. of Lands (IDL) during Closed Fire Season from

May 10 - October 20

Permitted burn types include burn barrels, residential yard waste and 

small slash piles no bigger

than 5'X5' No-Cost permits are available at

For instructions on how to obtain permit, please click here    

Please read and follow the District's Burning Rules which must be on-hand when burning

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Mica Kidd Island Fire Protection District

(Press Release)

January 17, 2024



A property tax increase to fund operations at Mica Kidd Island
Fire District has passed!
  Voters were approving a permanent levy override on property taxes, with 324 “yes” votes to 162 “no” votes.Per
Idaho Statute, a Super Majority
of 66.67% votes in favor were needed for the levy to pass.


After an error occurred in the November 7, 2023 election in which one voter received the incorrect ballot, the results of
the election had to await judicial review. The Mica Kidd Island
Fire District is pleased to share that the District and Kootenai County stipulated to dismiss the judicial review and an order to dismiss the judicial review was entered. Thus, the initial vote
count stands and the permanent levy override passed.

The Mica Kidd Island Fire District commissioners, staff, and members would like to thank the public for the majority voting in favor of this levy, as well as the overwhelming support while we waited for the results of this election. We look forward to
better serving our constituents
and visitors.

Volunteers Wanted
Must be a least 18 Years of Age
Must have a Valid Drivers License
Must be Able to Pass a Background Check
Must have  a Clean Driving Record


Road Access Requirements

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



View the District's Public Records Request form



Road Access Requirements

Public Records Request


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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