Smiley Creek Rural Protection Fire District

In the wake of the Ross Fork Fires in Smiley Creek, Sawtooth City and the surrounding areas, it has become apparent there is a great need for updated equipment, support and volunteer development of the Smiley Creek Rural Protection Fire District to meet the public safety needs of this growing community.

This fire district, housed in Blaine County, ID, and founded in 2005, is comprised of one paid Fire chief and a community of dedicated volunteers. This team of community volunteers led the fight against the Ross Fork fire for four days straight to protect their homes and community structures. During this time the fire district had equipment failures now requiring expensive maintenance, a lack of adequate protective gear and a need for more in-depth training for volunteers.

As our community grows, our goal is ensure this fire district will always have the equipment, safety attire, training and development needed to protect the community residents and visitors. Donations collected will be used to maintain & purchase vital equipment, protective gear and develop training programs for volunteers to better manage emergencies such as the Ross Fork fire.

Thank you for your donation and support.
You can keep in touch with the Smiley Creek Rural Protection Fire District at https://www.smileycreekfire.org/
  • Katie Reese 
    • $100 
    • 18 hrs
  • Roger Mothershead 
    • $100 
    • 2 d
  • kathryn rosso 
    • $100 
    • 2 d
  • Jill Tipton 
    • $100 
    • 2 d
  • Molly Bullock 
    • $100 
    • 3 d
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Organizer

Aerah Hardin 
Organizer
Ketchum, ID