Emmett Fire Department
Notice to refrain from Nonessential Open Burning
Please Click Here to view the press release about open burning due to the current issue regarding the COVID-19 virus
Chief Curt Christensen
Welcome to the Emmett Fire Department!
The Emmett Fire Department is responsible for the Fire Suppression and Rescue Services of the 7000 citizens in the 4 square miles that comprise the City of Emmett. We have a full-time Fire Chief and 20 volunteers that are paid per call. We are trained in many different fields including: Fire Suppression, Fire Prevention, Extrication, Emergency Medical Services, and Hazmat.
Our station is located at 231 S. Washington and houses three Type-1 Structure Engines, one Type-3 Heavy Brush Engine, and one Type-6 Light Brush Engine. We also have two Command vehicles and one Parade 1933 Engine.
We welcome visitors to tour the station. As it is not a staffed station, we ask that you arrange a visit either by phone or e-mail. However, if the bay doors are open we would be happy to walk you through.
BURN PERMITS - Burn permits are required for burning in the city limits (no fee). You can obtain a burn permit by completing the form below. Please allow one business day for permit review and approval.
Applications & Fees
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