Aaron Cagle
Fire Chief

EMERGENCY CALL 911

PERMITS ARE BEING ISSUED

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Permits are free and required only during the fire season. Typically May 10-October 20, as determined by state and local fire agencies.

To obtain a permit please visit the Idaho Department of Lands website or call the Firehouse at 208.752.1101

Contact Us

Phone- 208.752.1101

Email-acagle@districtonefire.com

Mail - PO Box 723

           Osburn, ID 83849

Chimney Information

District One Fire offers a variety of chimney brushes free of charge. We encourage residents to borrow our brushes to make sure chimneys are kept clean!

CLEAN YOUR CHIMNEY REGULARLY – Chimneys should be cleaned and inspected at least once per year
BURN CLEAN – Burn only thoroughly seasoned wood (dry for at least 6 months) This may help to reduce creosote buildup and ensure a hotter fire to keep your home warm.

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Types of Fires Requiring Permits:
Under Idaho law, permits are required for all fires (excluding campfires) for any burning outside city limits

Campfire Restrictions:
Campfires are restricted based on current fire conditions. Type 1 or  Type 2 restrictions may be in effect during very high to extreme fire danger as determined by state and local agencies

Prohibited Materials:
Fires are restricted to natural wood/brush only. Construction materials and non-wood-based items are prohibited.

Campfire Safety
Please be responsible for your campfire. Fires should never be left unattended and make sure to drown the fire with water, stir remains, add more water and dirt, and stir again. If it’s cool enough to touch, it’s cool enough to leave.