To provide our community with caring service that exceeds expectations.
About the McCall Fire Protection District
The McCall Fire Protection District serves 100 square miles of northern Valley County including the City of McCall. Whether you live here, or are one of the thousands of annual visitors, McCall offers numerous year-round activities for all ages such as golfing, skiing, rafting, kayaking, hunting, boating and fishing on beautiful Payette Lake, along with hundreds of miles of trails for unbeatable snowmobile, cross country skiing, hiking, and mountain biking.
McCall Fire is a combination department consisting of both career and paid-on-call members who provide multiple levels of emergency response including: fire, Advanced Life Support - EMS transport, wildland, hazmat, swift water, and backcountry rescue. Our personnel train daily in order to provide the highest level of service and care for our citizens and visitors.
At McCall Fire we pride ourselves on being your community fire department. In addition to emergency response, we provide numerous public education and community services including: CPR and First Aid training, child car seat inspections, blood pressure checks, fire prevention and code enforcement, community event standby, station tours, free smoke detectors, public school and daycare education programs.
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McCall Fire & EMS 2021 Calendar
Commission Meetings are on the second
Tuesday of the Month at 5:15 p.m.
2021 Commissioner Meetings:
December 14, 2021
5:15 p.m. McCall Fire Station
McCall Fire Protection District Board of Commissioners Meeting
All Propane Users
Do you use propane in your home? Do you have a propane or combustible gas detector? If you use propane gas, you should have a carbon monoxide detector, but also a propane detector. If you do not have one, click on the button below. The Rocky Mountain Propane Association will mail you a complimentary propane detector.