Photos of our

members in 

action.

FREE PANCAKE BREAKFAST 

SATURDAY,  MAY 13, 2017

     8 am - 12 Noon

at the Florence Fire station

on Holloway Lane in Florence.

(behind Town Pump)

​  Enjoy Pancakes, Eggs, 

Bacon and Sausage!

  Everyone is invited!




SPRING BURNING OPENS PERMITS NEEDED 

Spring open burning opens today.  Burn permits are required for all outdoors burning in Ravalli and Missoula Counties.   If you have an old permit, you may renew your permit, instead of buying a new one.  All permits need to be activated each time you plan to burn.  Please use the links on the site to obtain your burn permit.



 BE FIRE SAFE!

In case of Emergencies, call 911


Boy Scout Adam Mitchell of Troop 1916 works on filling sandbags for his Eagle Scout project.

FLORENCE RURAL FIRE DISTRICT

Volunteers Serving with Pride

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Florence, Montana                                   Official Website

Burn permits required between March 1 and November 31 of each year.


SANDBAGS READY FOR USE

With the Spring snow melt off underway, there is the added concern of flooding in the valley.  With the hard work of Boy Scout Adam Mitchell of Troop 1916, and over 30 family, friends and community members, there are now over 500 filled sandbags available for immediate use at Florence Fire station 2, located at 562 Hidden Valley North in Florence.   Boy Scout Adam Mitchell made this part of his Eagle Scout project for his troop.   Donations of sandbags and sand for this project were made possible from the Florence Rural Fire District and Donaldson Brothers Ready Mix in Hamilton.

More then 500 sandbags are filled for immediate use by Boy Scout Adam Mitchell and community members.

Ready, Set, Go!

Are you prepared for a wildfire in your area? 

BE A FLORENCE FIRE EMT 


The Florence Rural Fire District is looking for individuals who would like to be a Volunteer EMT for the Florence Volunteer Fire Department.  Being an EMT is an exciting way to serve your community, rewarding and provides you with valuable lifetime skills.  Interested persons do not have to have any prior EMT, medical or rescue skills.    The Florence Rural Fire District will provide you with the necessary training to become a certified EMT.

If interested, attend one of our training meetings to find out more about our exciting EMT program.    Training is Thursday nights, 7pm - 9pm., @ the main fire station on Holloway Ln.  Please feel free to contact us at:  info@florencefire.us 

Sand and sandbags are available at Florence Fire station # 2

 562 Hidden Valley North.

HISTORY

How did it all start? 

History of

 Florence  Fire 

Frequently

Asked

Questions

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for more information.