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What We Do

S.C.F.P.D. #1 is an all hazard emergency response fire department. Fire, EMS, Tech Rescue, CPR classes, and much more. If you would like to know more about services such as setting up a CPR class please give us a call or click this link and fill out the form and we will get back to you as soon as we can. Thanks

Contact Us

Wallace, Silverton, and Osburn

Our district provides Fire and EMS services too approximately 65 square miles in a mountainous region with an approximate population of 5,500 permanent citizens. The district includes the incorporated cities of: Osburn, Wallace, as well as the areas of 9 Mile, Burke, Two Mile, Sunny Slopes, Terror Gulch, and Silverton, a vast area of outlying canyons and drainages.


We Proudly serve the changing needs of our communities by providing the highest quality of local emergency safety and support services.

Serve our Community with:

  • P rofessionalism
  • E nthusiasm
  • O rganizational Integrity
  • P ride
  • L eadership
  • E ffectiveness
Message from the Fire Chief:

"We have some new faces at our department this year. I am very proud to be a part of the public service in our community, and taking our services from good to great with hard work and your help. Our department is looking forward to all the events this coming summer season. Our department holds training every Wednesday at 6pm open to the public. Please, feel free to contact the station with any questions, comments, and concerns at 752-1101."

- A. Cagle.


Shoshone County Fire District's new fire station, which is currently under construction, will include a walkway paved by bricks. These bricks will be engraved with the names of community members, local business, and meaningful messages.

The 4x8 inch bricks will be engraved for $50.00 and the 8x8 inch bricks for $100.00. 8x8 Company logo on a brick $250.

This projects goal is to raise funds for the fire department in a way that is both financially beneficial to our department, but that can also create a lasting tie with our community.These funds will be used for public education and fire prevention.

This is a beautiful and everlasting way to show support for your community's fire department.

To request a brochure by mail please email John Miller at:

Make checks payable to:

East Shoshone QRU

Mailing address: P.O. Box 723

Osburn, ID 83849