Meet the Crew
Teton County Fire & Rescue Department has a detailed and competent training program (known as a Total Program Management System) in place to keep up the skills of all its firefighters. All of the department’s full-time firefighters are certified as Firemen I or II by the International Fire Service Accreditation Congress. All of the department’s EMTs and Paramedics are trained and certified by accredited programs. The Total Program Management System ensures that all EMS skills are kept proficient; ensures that all Continuing Education Units are met; and provides regular, hands-on skill verification. This program has been administered by the Division Chief of EMS and Training.
The department has been a part of the EMS System in Teton County since 2007 when it received a non-transport EMT Basic license from Idaho’s EMS governing entity. In February 2012, the department received a paramedic-level, non-transport license.
For years, the fire department has been a vital part of the close-knit community in which we live. On a regular basis, the department provides personnel to cover events such as skijoring, Music on Main, county parades, July 4th events, athletic events, rodeos and more. The Teton County Fire & Rescue Department is committed to continuing its tradition of public service.