North Bannock Fire Department

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May all affected from this incident have a speedy recovery.  Know that our thoughts are with you, Rigby!
05/06/2021

May all affected from this incident have a speedy recovery. Know that our thoughts are with you, Rigby!

May all affected from this incident have a speedy recovery. Know that our thoughts are with you, Rigby!

05/06/2021
The Elections Office began Early Voting for the North Bannock Fire Levy on Monday, May 3rd. Vote between the hours of 9:...
05/05/2021

The Elections Office began Early Voting for the North Bannock Fire Levy on Monday, May 3rd. Vote between the hours of 9:00am and 4:30pm at the Bannock County Elections Office located at 141 N 6th Ave. The last day to Early Vote will be Friday, May 14th. The last day to request a ballot by mail is Friday, May 7th.

Early voting is quick and easy!

The Elections Office began Early Voting for the North Bannock Fire Levy on Monday, May 3rd. Vote between the hours of 9:00am and 4:30pm at the Bannock County Elections Office located at 141 N 6th Ave. The last day to Early Vote will be Friday, May 14th. The last day to request a ballot by mail is Friday, May 7th.

Early voting is quick and easy!

Will you shine your light for our firefighters?
05/04/2021

Will you shine your light for our firefighters?

Will you shine your light for our firefighters?

Today marks International Firefighters Day! International Firefighters Day was created in 1999 after 5 firefighters died...
05/04/2021

Today marks International Firefighters Day!

International Firefighters Day was created in 1999 after 5 firefighters died tragically during a wildfire in Australia when the direction of the wind changed suddenly and engulfed them in flames.

It is celebrated on May 4th because that is Saint Florian’s day, and Saint Florian, who was said to be one of the first commanding firefighters of an actual Roman battalion and saved many lives, is the patron saint of firefighters.

Show your support for firefighters on International Firefighters Day by turning on a red porch light tonight!

Today marks International Firefighters Day!

International Firefighters Day was created in 1999 after 5 firefighters died tragically during a wildfire in Australia when the direction of the wind changed suddenly and engulfed them in flames.

It is celebrated on May 4th because that is Saint Florian’s day, and Saint Florian, who was said to be one of the first commanding firefighters of an actual Roman battalion and saved many lives, is the patron saint of firefighters.

Show your support for firefighters on International Firefighters Day by turning on a red porch light tonight!

Did you know?  North Bannock Fire has 27 firefighters and 5 Command staff for a compliment of 32 individuals serving the...
05/04/2021

Did you know? North Bannock Fire has 27 firefighters and 5 Command staff for a compliment of 32 individuals serving the North Bannock Fire District. Out of the 32, less than a third live within the Fire District. Every single one of them still serves the District with a desire to make an impact in the community.

Did you know? North Bannock Fire has 27 firefighters and 5 Command staff for a compliment of 32 individuals serving the North Bannock Fire District. Out of the 32, less than a third live within the Fire District. Every single one of them still serves the District with a desire to make an impact in the community.

We heard that some of our constituents received their mail too late for the open house.  Your commissioners are always w...
05/02/2021

We heard that some of our constituents received their mail too late for the open house. Your commissioners are always willing to hear your concerns. You are also always welcome to visit the fire station. If no one is there, a phone call or text will get someone there. Your North Bannock Fire is here for you!

We heard that some of our constituents received their mail too late for the open house. Your commissioners are always willing to hear your concerns. You are also always welcome to visit the fire station. If no one is there, a phone call or text will get someone there. Your North Bannock Fire is here for you!

Thank You to everyone that came out to today’s open house.  I hope everyone had a chance to have their questions answere...
05/01/2021

Thank You to everyone that came out to today’s open house. I hope everyone had a chance to have their questions answered about the May 18th levy vote.

Commissioner Shell sharing information with members of District 3.
05/01/2021

Commissioner Shell sharing information with members of District 3.

Commissioner Shell sharing information with members of District 3.

Commissioner Curtis speaking with members of Sub-district 2.
05/01/2021

Commissioner Curtis speaking with members of Sub-district 2.

Commissioner Curtis speaking with members of Sub-district 2.

Commissioner Allen speaking with Sub-District 1.
05/01/2021

Commissioner Allen speaking with Sub-District 1.

Commissioner Allen speaking with Sub-District 1.

Wildfire Community Preparedness Day | NFPA
05/01/2021
Wildfire Community Preparedness Day | NFPA

Wildfire Community Preparedness Day | NFPA

Commit a couple of hours, or the entire day and join others throughout the nation making communities a safer place to live every May.

It was suggested that we share a map of our fire coverage.  Everything in white is the area we are responsible for in re...
05/01/2021

It was suggested that we share a map of our fire coverage. Everything in white is the area we are responsible for in regards to fire suppression. This is an 81 square-mile footprint. The station’s physical location in Chubbuck is central to the majority of all Sub-Districts. Fort Hall Fire covers fires on the reservation for Tribal members. North Bannock covers fires for the non-tribal members. Chubbuck Fire only operates within the city of Chubbuck unless mutual aid is requested. Pocatello Fire only operates in the city limits of Pocatello unless mutual aid is requested. Mutual aid does not happen automatically (that is called automatic aid). Mutual aid must be requested by the authorizing agency. Mutual aid is an agreement to assist an agency with a fire, until their resources can be released. The final extinguishment and investigation belongs to the agency to which owns the fire suppression responsibility.

It was suggested that we share a map of our fire coverage. Everything in white is the area we are responsible for in regards to fire suppression. This is an 81 square-mile footprint. The station’s physical location in Chubbuck is central to the majority of all Sub-Districts. Fort Hall Fire covers fires on the reservation for Tribal members. North Bannock covers fires for the non-tribal members. Chubbuck Fire only operates within the city of Chubbuck unless mutual aid is requested. Pocatello Fire only operates in the city limits of Pocatello unless mutual aid is requested. Mutual aid does not happen automatically (that is called automatic aid). Mutual aid must be requested by the authorizing agency. Mutual aid is an agreement to assist an agency with a fire, until their resources can be released. The final extinguishment and investigation belongs to the agency to which owns the fire suppression responsibility.

MAY 18th!!  Get out and vote!The Bannock County Elections Office will be conducting a May 18th Special Taxing District E...
04/30/2021

MAY 18th!! Get out and vote!

The Bannock County Elections Office will be conducting a May 18th Special Taxing District Election for the North Bannock Fire District Permanent Levy Override. Voters must live within the boundary lines of the North Bannock Fire District in order to vote.

The Elections Office will begin Early Voting on Monday, May 3rd between the hours of 9:00am and 4:30pm at the Bannock County Elections Office located at 141 N 6th Ave. The last day to Early Vote will be Friday, May 14th. The last day to request a ballot by mail is Friday, May 7th.

A sample ballot may be found on the Bannock County Elections Website.

MAY 18th!! Get out and vote!

The Bannock County Elections Office will be conducting a May 18th Special Taxing District Election for the North Bannock Fire District Permanent Levy Override. Voters must live within the boundary lines of the North Bannock Fire District in order to vote.

The Elections Office will begin Early Voting on Monday, May 3rd between the hours of 9:00am and 4:30pm at the Bannock County Elections Office located at 141 N 6th Ave. The last day to Early Vote will be Friday, May 14th. The last day to request a ballot by mail is Friday, May 7th.

A sample ballot may be found on the Bannock County Elections Website.

04/29/2021
Congratulations, Graduates from the North Bannock Fire District!
04/25/2021

Congratulations, Graduates from the North Bannock Fire District!

Congratulations, Graduates from the North Bannock Fire District!

Today, North Bannock Firefighters completed a burn trailer exercise.  The burn trailer is an Idaho Fire Services Technol...
04/24/2021

Today, North Bannock Firefighters completed a burn trailer exercise. The burn trailer is an Idaho Fire Services Technology prop for use by departments throughout the state. The trailer provides an opportunity for firefighters to practice interior Firefighting with flaming props that utilize propane. This allows the simulation to be done under controlled circumstances. We would like to thank Pocatello Fire Department for use of the training prop and their training grounds at station two.

Media Release:Contact Information:North Bannock Fire District Commissioners:Roy Allen (Subdistrict 1 – West Boundary): r...
04/23/2021

Media Release:

Contact Information:
North Bannock Fire District Commissioners:
Roy Allen (Subdistrict 1 – West Boundary): [email protected] Phone: 208-317-9056
Alan Curtis (Subdistrict 2 –North & Tyhee Area): [email protected] Phone: 208-244-0959
Deb Shell (Subdistrict 3 – East Boundary & Canyons): [email protected] Phone: 208-863-6710

NORTH BANNOCK FIRE DISTRICT TO HOLD LEVY OPEN HOUSE
[Bannock County, Idaho] – The North Bannock Fire District will hold an informational open house on Saturday, May 1st, regarding the upcoming fire district levy vote. The open house will be held at the North Bannock Fire Department, 444 East Chubbuck Road, Chubbuck, Idaho. The open house will provide an opportunity for constituents of the fire district to ask questions of the district commissioners and learn more about the upcoming proposed fire district levy. The open house will be divided into three separate time blocks, with each subdistrict assigned to a specific time block. Constituents from each subdistrict are able to meet with the commissioner responsible for that subdistrict during these times.

Subdistrict 1 (Facer Mtn and West Tyhee) will meet from 10:00 am – 11:00 am.
Subdistrict 2 (East Tyhee & 2-1/2 Mile) will meet from 11:00 am – noon.
Subdistrict 3 (Pocatello Creek/Buckskin Canyons & Barton Rd) will meet from noon – 1:00 pm.

Constituents who cannot attend during their subdistrict’s time are welcome to participate at another time during the open house and speak to one of the other commissioners. Constituents can determine the subdistrict they belong to by visiting the district’s website and looking at the maps provided under the “maps” link – www.northbannockfire.us. North Bannock Fire Department personnel will also be on hand to give station tours and show constituents the fire fighting equipment the district has obtained over the last year and a half.

On May 18th, residents of the fire district will be asked to permanently add $316,073 to the current base levy of $183,927. An in-depth letter describing the levy situation is posted on our website (northbannockfire.us) and will be mailed out to constituents, arriving before the open house. We are excited to offer the opportunity to get as many constituents as possible to attend the open house on May 1st between 10 am until 1 pm to make sure their questions are answered.

Media Release:

Contact Information:
North Bannock Fire District Commissioners:
Roy Allen (Subdistrict 1 – West Boundary): [email protected] Phone: 208-317-9056
Alan Curtis (Subdistrict 2 –North & Tyhee Area): [email protected] Phone: 208-244-0959
Deb Shell (Subdistrict 3 – East Boundary & Canyons): [email protected] Phone: 208-863-6710

NORTH BANNOCK FIRE DISTRICT TO HOLD LEVY OPEN HOUSE
[Bannock County, Idaho] – The North Bannock Fire District will hold an informational open house on Saturday, May 1st, regarding the upcoming fire district levy vote. The open house will be held at the North Bannock Fire Department, 444 East Chubbuck Road, Chubbuck, Idaho. The open house will provide an opportunity for constituents of the fire district to ask questions of the district commissioners and learn more about the upcoming proposed fire district levy. The open house will be divided into three separate time blocks, with each subdistrict assigned to a specific time block. Constituents from each subdistrict are able to meet with the commissioner responsible for that subdistrict during these times.

Subdistrict 1 (Facer Mtn and West Tyhee) will meet from 10:00 am – 11:00 am.
Subdistrict 2 (East Tyhee & 2-1/2 Mile) will meet from 11:00 am – noon.
Subdistrict 3 (Pocatello Creek/Buckskin Canyons & Barton Rd) will meet from noon – 1:00 pm.

Constituents who cannot attend during their subdistrict’s time are welcome to participate at another time during the open house and speak to one of the other commissioners. Constituents can determine the subdistrict they belong to by visiting the district’s website and looking at the maps provided under the “maps” link – www.northbannockfire.us. North Bannock Fire Department personnel will also be on hand to give station tours and show constituents the fire fighting equipment the district has obtained over the last year and a half.

On May 18th, residents of the fire district will be asked to permanently add $316,073 to the current base levy of $183,927. An in-depth letter describing the levy situation is posted on our website (northbannockfire.us) and will be mailed out to constituents, arriving before the open house. We are excited to offer the opportunity to get as many constituents as possible to attend the open house on May 1st between 10 am until 1 pm to make sure their questions are answered.

A huge thank you to Walmart for the donation of 30 cases of water for our firefighters.  This may be a long fire season,...
04/23/2021

A huge thank you to Walmart for the donation of 30 cases of water for our firefighters. This may be a long fire season, so we can use all the hydration we can get. Thank You Walmart! #Walmart #Thankyou.

While many agencies are assisting with this fire, North Bannock Fire is not.  We currently have one engine out of servic...
04/23/2021

While many agencies are assisting with this fire, North Bannock Fire is not. We currently have one engine out of service having repairs done, leaving the department with only a single structure engine. We wish for safe operations for all the agencies.

ServPro donated the tuition cost for two of our firefighters to become Child Seat Technicians.  Firefighter Brown is att...
04/22/2021
Bubble Wrap: Having Trouble Installing Your Car Seat? We Can Help.

ServPro donated the tuition cost for two of our firefighters to become Child Seat Technicians. Firefighter Brown is attending the course this week. Tomorrow (4/23) from 2 - 4 pm at the Pocatello Police Station, you can have your child seat inspected for proper installation. #safekids #NorthBannockFire Servpro of Blackfoot/Pocatello

To find a certified car seat technician in your area, visit http://www.safekids.org/car-seat-events.

North Bannock and Pocatello Fire has teamed up with ISU to bring you the third annual (Not counting 2020) ISU Junior Fir...
04/22/2021
Register or Learn More:

North Bannock and Pocatello Fire has teamed up with ISU to bring you the third annual (Not counting 2020) ISU Junior Firefighter camp sponsored by RestoreRite. The camp takes place at North Bannock Fire Station for a half day on Friday, June 18th and a full day on Saturday, June 19th. The camp is for 13 to 18-year-olds. Attendees will use the tools and develop skills required for Firefighting. There are only 24 available slots, so reserve your spot early. The Course number is 1645-01. #juniourfirefighter #restorerite #idahostateuniversity #northbannockfire #pocatellofire

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Firefighters trained on wildland engine operations tonight as the sunset arrived with smoke from the Lavaside fire in th...
04/22/2021

Firefighters trained on wildland engine operations tonight as the sunset arrived with smoke from the Lavaside fire in the air.

Update on the Lavaside Fire.
04/22/2021

Update on the Lavaside Fire.

Happening now near Firth!
04/21/2021
UPDATE: Firefighters working to put out 100-acre fire near Firth - East Idaho News

Happening now near Firth!

FIRTH – A fast-moving wildfire near Hell’s Half Acre, four miles west of Firth, is now over 100 acres in size. The Lavaside Fire started just after 4 p.m. Tuesday and is growing quickly, according to U.S. Bureau of Land Management spokeswoman Kelsey Griffee. The cause has not yet been determined...

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Taken a break. Feeding & watering the crew.
Clayton Facer having fun on the slide!😂
Zoo boo fun!