Inter-Canyon Fire Protection District

The mission of the Inter-Canyon Fire Protection District (ICFPD)
is to aid in the preservation of life and property.

Inter-Canyon Fire Protection District

The mission of the Inter-Canyon Fire Protection District (ICFPD)
is to aid in the preservation of life and property.

Inter-Canyon Fire Protection District

The mission of the Inter-Canyon Fire Protection District (ICFPD)
is to aid in the preservation of life and property.

Inter-Canyon Fire Protection District

The mission of the Inter-Canyon Fire Protection District (ICFPD)
is to aid in the preservation of life and property.

Inter-Canyon Fire Protection District

The mission of the Inter-Canyon Fire Protection District (ICFPD)
is to aid in the preservation of life and property.

Inter-Canyon Fire Protection District

The mission of the Inter-Canyon Fire Protection District (ICFPD)
is to aid in the preservation of life and property.

Inter-Canyon Fire Protection District

The mission of the Inter-Canyon Fire Protection District (ICFPD)
is to aid in the preservation of life and property.

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 News from ICFPD

Knowing what do to in an emergency medical situation SAVES LIVES!

ICFPD is now offering CPR/AED and First Aid Classes FREE to ICFPD Community Members.  Course includes a 2 year certification.  Classes are scheduled on the third Saturday of every quarter. Please Contact our Administrative Office for more info and to sign up!

Public Access AEDs are mounted in a visible location on the exterior of each fire station.  The AED cabinets are alarmed but in an emergency you must call 911 to initiate an emergency response by ICFPD firefighters, EMTs and paramedics.  The locations with 24-hour public access to AEDs include:

Station One – 7939 South Turkey Creek Road
Station Two –  10591 South Deer Creek Road
Station Three – 8445 South Highway 285
Station Four – 13877 Grizzly Drive
Station Five – 10304 Georgia Road

Emergency telephones are located at stations 1, 2, and 4.