It is the Mission of Park County Rural Fire District #1 to protect life and prevent loss to property within the District. We will accomplish this Mission in an economical and professional manner, through high quality emergency response and progressive training and education, and will strive to create alliances with our community and other emergency agencies.

OBJECTIVES: Life Safety, Incident Stabilization, Property Protection and Conservation

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About Us
Park County Rural Fire District #1 is an all hazards department responding to a wide variety of calls. While we do not do medical transports or normal first assessments for medical patients, although, we do assist in some medical situations. The Fire District responded to over 470 calls in 2020 including structure fires, wild fires, gas leaks, detector alarms, car accidents, traffic control problems, hazmat, and any assistance requested by other emergency services. 

The District encompasses 660 square miles around the City of Livingston. We cover from county line to county line on the I-90 corridor and several miles of 89 north and south. With a consistent roster of 25 members, 23 are volunteers that give thousands of hours each year to protecting and responding to the District and surrounding Districts and Counties. District #1 has Mutual Aid and Automatic Aid with all fire departments within the county and we are a part of the Montana Mutual Aid Agreement.