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The Montana State Fire Chiefs’ Association (MSFCA) serves as the recognized organization in Montana for the collection and exchange of ideas, information, knowledge, and experience in areas affecting fire and emergency services. We are made up of fire service personnel at all levels and provide a forum for the continuous improvement of fire protection, prevention, emergency medical and rescue services for the people of Montana. We provide opportunities for our membership to attend training and conferences throughout Montana and conduct gatherings of chief officers and other interested persons to discuss ways and means to better serve our fire service community and the public. And we provide for review of legislative developments and provide information on how it affects the fire service or life safety in a nonpartisan, coordinated manner.

20Jul 21

Fire Services Training School Advisory Board

We are seeking interested persons to apply for a position to the Fire Services Training School Advisory Council. In particular someone to fill a Career Fire Chief’s position. The position…

15Jul 21

MT Wildfire Update for Local Government (July 14)

Fire season is rapidly accelerating in Montana. The contributions and response of our local government fire departments may be more critical than ever as national firefighting resources get stretched thin.…

Daily Dispatch

RSS Daily Dispatch: Montana News

  • Type II fire team takes over Poverty Flats Fire in Big Horn County July 29, 2021
    A Type II Incident Management Team arrived at the Poverty Flats Fire in Big Horn County on Thursday morning to coordinate firefighting efforts. The large blaze that started on Tuesday about 10 miles north of Hardin had scorched an estimated 75,000 acres by Wednesday afternoon. It threatened the small community of Dunmore, and a Red […]


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