2015 Annual Awards Dinner
On Friday, January 22, 2016 the members of the Victor Volunteer Fire & EMS enjoyed an evening of comraderie, recognition, fun and great food! Chief Scott Hackett recognized several individuals for their significant achievements over the past year, including:

Austin Gagnon & Blake Harley - Rookies of the Year
Katie Bahr - Firefighter of the Year
Aimie Kayl - EMS Person of the Year

Outgoing leaders Dennis Pings (former Chief) and Bruce Gaul (former Asst. Chief) were also recognized for their years of dedicated and tireless service, 2009-2015, and presented with formal engraved plaques.

The department wishes to express our sincere gratitude to the Corvallis Fire Department for coverage of the district while we enjoyed the evening's festivities.

Department Elections

posted Feb 1, 2016, 9:13 AM by John McKenna

At their meeting on December 22, 2015 the Victor Rural Fire District Board of Trustees accepted and confirmed the results of the election conducted by the active members of the department.

Elected to serve for the 2016 calendar year:

Scott Hackett - Chief
Mason Kay - Asst. Chief
Roy Perry - Secretary
Jason Bahr - Training Officer
Blake Harley - Training Officer
Lee Henderson - Training Officer 


posted Jan 25, 2015, 5:04 PM by John McKenna   [ updated Feb 1, 2016, 9:33 AM ]


The Ravalli County Controlled Burn Permit season will open March 1, 2016 at 8:00 am. Check back here for more updates about the program and procedures to ensure that all controlled burns are permitted properly and managed safely. This program is designed to reduce the workload on the county's emergency dispatch system and the local volunteer fire departments. Victor Volunteer Fire appreciates that the residents of the 
District have demonstrated exemplary adherence to the program.

2014 Service Hours

posted Jul 21, 2012, 6:04 AM by John McKenna   [ updated Jan 25, 2015, 5:10 PM ]


Chief Dennis Pings noted that in 2014 the forty-two men and women of Victor Volunteer Fire & EMS tallied nearly 2,500 person-hours in selfless dedication and service to the community of Victor and Ravalli County. During that period 1,288 hours were expended responding to 249 calls to 911 for medical emergencies, structure fires, gas leaks, wildland fires, grass/brush fires, controlled burns, motor vehicle collisions, water rescues, downed power lines, and responding to mutual aid calls from neighboring districts. The members also dedicated more than 1,200 hours in weekly training exercises to ensure continued proficiency and enhancement of emergency response skills and technologies.

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