Gus Jackson is the current President of BCFCA, as well as the fire chief for North Bench Volunteer Fire District.
Jeff Lindsey is the current Vice-President of BCFCA, as well as the EMS chief for Boundary Ambulance.
Ken Homik is the current Secretary for BCFCA and Fire Warden of the Kootenai Valley Forest Protective District for the Idaho Department of Lands.
The purpose of this organization is to further the professional advancement of the fire service, to insure and maintain greater protection of life and the property from fire, natural and man-made disaster, or other sudden emergencies. We strive to meet these goals by:
We, the members of Hall Mountain Volunteer Fire Department, dedicate our efforts to provide for the safety and welfare of the public through preservation of life, property, and the environment.
Established in 1977, the North Bench Fire District has proudly served the people of Boundary County for over 40 years.
Our mission is to preserve life and property promote public safety and foster economic growth through leadership management and actions as an all risk life safety response providerRead More
As taken from the Bylaws, Article 2, The purpose of this Organization (within the limits of its ability) shall be to:
We dedicate our efforts to provide for the safety and welfare of Moyie Springs Residents through preservation of life, property, and the environment.
Moyie Springs Volunteer Fire Department is in need of volunteers. Not just First Responders (though we need those), but administrative support, vehicle maintenance, and community awareness and outreach are some of the areas where volunteer support is needed. If you have the desire to help your community, and wonder if we could use you, the answer is 'Yes'! Please contact us and let's work together to make Moyie Springs a safe and secure place to live.Read More
It is the goal of the Bonners Ferry Fire Department to protect the lives and property of its citizens in a safe and expeditious manner through the practice of fire prevention, fire suppression and fire investigation.
To Provide Quality Emergency Response and Fire Protection for the Public
Paradise Valley Fire District is located in Boundary County, Idaho, approximately 25 miles from the US Border to Canada. Paradise Valley Fire District is approximately 65 square miles in size, bounded on the South by the South Boundary Fire District, with the City Limits of Bonners Ferry defining our Northern Boundary. To the West we cover up close to Deep Creek, while Eastwards the District extends to the top of Katka Mountain.
Paradise Valley Fire District has a population of approximately 2,500 (and growing), with a private school located within the District boundaries which is attended by approximately 120 children.
To protect Life and Property in our community from fire and other disasters; to assist our neighboring communities; to continually prepare for these situations through on-going training and public education.
I would like to take a few moments and tell you of the life changing difference we are making in our community of Boundary County, Idaho. Our Paramedics and EMT’s operate tirelessly 24/7 to ensure the highest quality pre-hospital healthcare is delivered in our community we serve. Every dime and dollar that is entrusted to us, is spent to deliver this high quality care. Finally, an EMS system where fresh ideas are implemented, change is constant and patient care is the highest priority. We are a small, agile and efficient system that is growing leaps and bounds in quality daily. We are thankful to each person: from our community, to our awesome county commissioners, as well as ambulance board of directors, that believe in us and the direction we are headed.Read More
The dedicated staff of the Idaho Department of Lands function in 16 offices throughout the state.
We manage more than 2.4 million acres of state endowment trust land under a Constitutional mandate to maximize long term financial returns to a number of State institutions, mainly public schools.
We also manage for the public's benefit Idaho's public trust lands, the lands beneath Idaho's navigable waterways including riverbeds and the beds and banks of Idaho's navigable lakes.
We provide regulatory oversight of forestry practices in the State and some regulation of Idaho's mining industry.
We provide assistance to Idahoans through a number of forestry programs and provide fire protection and prevention on more than 6 million acres in Idaho.Read More
We are a multi-faceted agency that manages and protects 154 national forests and 20 grasslands in 43 states and Puerto Rico. The agency’s mission is to sustain the health, diversity, and productivity of the nation’s forests and grasslands to meet the needs of present and future generations.
We have an elite wildland firefighting team and the world’s largest forestry research organization. Our experts provide technical and financial help to state and local government agencies, businesses, private landowners and work government-to-government with tribes to help protect and manage non-federal forest and associated range and watershed lands.
We augment our work through partnerships with public and private agencies that help us plant trees, improve trails, educate the public, and improve conditions in wildland/urban interfaces and rural areas, just to name a few. Our team also promotes sustainable forest management and biodiversity conservation internationally.Read More
BCCC was started in the summer of 2013 by a group of pastors and church leaders in Boundary County Idaho. Accordingly, BCCC is an unapologetic, Bible-based Christian ministry that works with the support of the local Church.
The purpose of BCCC is to provide support and encouragement to first responders and their families here in Boundary County, both on scene and afterwards. The focus is upon the spiritual and emotional needs of first responders, as well as to victims in times of crisis. On a crime or fire scene especially, chaplains can aid officers and firefighters by attending to victims so that the officers and firefighters can accomplish their duties with a minimum of distraction. Our first priority as an organization, however, is to the first responders themselves as they deal with the stresses and challenges of their jobs.
BCCC chaplains will be on call to be dispatched as needed. We are available to assist not only on scene with immediate crisis situations, but also with death notifications, Critical Incident Stress Management, marriage and family counseling, and general assistance to help officers, firefighters, EMTs, and other first responders and their families thrive in their work and relationships.Read More