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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.

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FireRescue GPO

FireRescue GPO is a national public safety focused cooperative purchasing program created by the fire service in 2002 and is now part of Sourcewell, one of the largest government cooperative…

Daily Dispatch

RSS Daily Dispatch: Montana News

  • One dead, two injured in crash near Pablo January 25, 2021
    An 18-year-old Polson man is dead and two others are injured after a single-vehicle crash near Pablo Saturday night around 10:30 p.m. The Montana Highway Patrol reports that a 2006 Ford Mustang was driving Southbound on Secondary 354, a backroad near mile marker 6, when the driver failed to negotiate a left hand curve and […]


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