With warmer weather and drier fuels increasing,  the risk of wildfire becomes greater in the Bitterroot Valley.  Would you like to see if your home is fire ready?  A free wildfire home assessment can tell you a lot about the status of your home as it relates to wildfire, and this assessment will provide valuable suggestions for homeowners to consider in making their properties Fire Wise. 


For more information and to schedule your free home wildfire inspection: 

Sand and Sandbags are available at Florence Fire station 2:

562 HIDDEN VALLEY NORTH

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Wildfires destroy more then just forests. 

            Is your home wildfire safe?

FLORENCE FIRE STATION 1

234 HOLLOWAY LANE

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FLORENCE FIRE STATION 2

562 HIDDEN VALLEY NORTH

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Effective April 1, 2024 outside burning is OPEN in Ravalli County & Missoula counties.  Please make sure to obtain a burn permit and make sure to activate your permit each time you burn.   With the lack of significant moisture during the winter, fuels are still very dry and won't take much to burn.  Please make sure to monitor the weather for changing/increasing wind conditions thru the day.  Have adequate resources ie: water, shovels, manpower and proper clearance available before you start burning. 

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EVERY THIRD MONDAY OF THE MONTH @ 7PM


@ FIRE STATION 1 ON HOLLOWAY LANE

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