Caring For Our Communities
Here in Fremont County, we enjoy the privilege of living in some of the most rural country in the United States. Our spaces are wide open, our sky is big, and our people’s hearts are even bigger. However, being so rural can cause some extra challenges when it comes to emergency response. The Fremont County Fire Protection District is ready to meet and overcome those challenges for safer people, property, and roads.
Originally formed in 1993, the Fremont County Fire District provides emergency services to 6,000 of Fremont County’s 10,000 square miles. Fire Departments from the communities of Lysite, rural Lander, Missouri Valley, Kinnear, Crowheart, Pavillion, Midvale, Atlantic City, Hudson, North Portal, Fort Washakie, and Shoshoni all came together to form the District.
Over 150 volunteer firefighters serve in the Fremont County Fire District. These brave men and women sacrifice their time and energy to help and protect their fellow community members. The bottom line is, we care about the safety of our fellow Fremont County residents – it’s why we do what we do.
About Our Volunteers
We Are Proud To Serve
This website is dedicated to the Volunteers of the District who provide essential services to the residents and visitors of Fremont County; a tradition that is founded in pride, dedication, and commitment to providing emergency services to their friends, neighbors and communities.