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(43.684174,-111.91497)
 

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Mission Statement

The Central Fire District is comprised four Fire Stations spread throughout Jefferson County, Idaho. The Central Fire District operates EMS (Emergency Medical Services) Quick Response Units in addition to providing fire protection, high-angle rescue and swift water rescue services.

Description

Central fire Department serves a population of 13,000 residents and approximately 220 square miles. This area includes part of Jefferson County and portions of Bonneville and Madison Counties. Today Central Fire District consists of 18 emergency response vehicles, plus specialized equipment with compliments of a Fire Chief, Assistant Fire Cheif, Secretary, 4 Battalion Chiefs, 70 Volunteers, an EMS Coordinator, and a Tech Rescue Coordinator. The apparatus includes: 20 Vehicles 1 Snorkel Truck, 6 Class A Pumpers, 6 Mini Pumpers, 2 Rescue Trucks, 2 Tenders, and 2 Staff Pickups. The district has gone from 90 calls in 1981 to 1,151 in 2014.

Today central fire district is a broad spectrum service that provides commitment and professionalism in emergency service response, high-angle rescue, swift-water rescue and fire prevention.

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