New Station #4 Completed

Fire Station News from the Polson Rural Fire District
Station #4 building is operating and helping PRFD better serve its customers. Already it's affecting local insurance rates. PRFD's ISO rating is Class 6. Residents more than five miles from a fire station are Class 10, which means higher home insurance costs.

Located at 36500 Caffrey Road, the new station also solves the response-time problem PRFD had "going through Polson going south," says Chief Geiser. "We've got some industrial customers we serve down there. People are extremely pleased."
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Polson Rural Fire District
 
The Board of Trustees for the Polson Rural Fire District (PRFD) meet every second Wednesday of the month. We generate a Minutes report from each gathering. The public is welcome to attend Board meetings, which begin at 6 pm at Station #1 in Polson. Contact us with any questions.
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Christmas Spirit

A huge thank you to Wal-Mart for their participation and Christmas donations, as well as our anonymous donor and all others involved. We were able to fill a whole truck of food, clothing and toys for families in need. PRFD volunteers like to help a few families every year. Wal-mart made it possible to go above and beyond for a family dealing with tragedy. Warming all our hearts to be able to take part.

Fire Station News from the Polson Rural Fire District

 

Ice Rescue Skills

Local paper has a great article and photographs of PRFD crews staying up-to-date on our ice rescue skills.

 

valleyjournal.net/Article/16866/Firefighters-ready-for-ice-rescues

by Linda Sappington of Valley Journal

Fire Station News from the Polson Rural Fire District