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.
Call 911 in the event of an emergency
The Next Commissioner's
will be on
September 29, 2021,
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Fire Danger is MODERATE
BURN PERMITS REQUIRED
Burn permits are being issued for residential yard waste, burn barrels & small slash piles not exceeding five feet high or five feet wide.
Recreational fires, cooking fires, and small camping fires consisting of clean wood do NOT require a permit.
A no-cost 10 day burn permit can be obtained from the Idaho Dept. of Lands at www.burnpermits.idaho.gov
(See Instructions Below)
You must call the Air Quality Hotline at 800-633-6247 (select Option #3 for Kootenai County) or visit
for conditions prior to burning.
If air quality is Green, burning is allowed.
If air quality is Yellow, a voluntary burn ban is in effect. If air quality is Red, burning is
not allowed in the District.
A copy of your burn permit and the
District's burning regulations must be
on hand while burning.