Your Worley Firefighters placed the new Engine 41 in service last night. Engine 41 is a 2022 Fouts Brothers/Fouts Four mini-pumper with seating for four firefighters, 4 wheel drive, and a 1500 Gallon Per Minute pump. This apparatus is significantly smaller than other Type 1 Fire Engines which will allow your Worley Firefighters to access more remote and limited access areas with greater ease and safety.

Engine 41 carries:

-285 gallons of water

 -15 gallons of Class A foam,

-A full compliment of rescue, EMS, and firefighting equipment.

 

The hose lays include:

500' of pre-connected 1¾" attack line

200' of pre-connected 2½" attack line

800' of 4" supply line

200' of 2½" supply line

The Worley Fire Protection District will strive to provide fire suppression, rescue and emergency response, emergency medical transports, haz-mat response to the operation level, fire prevention, safety education and  extrication services in a safe and  effective manner as possible with the resources available. 

Worley Fire Mission Statement


May 10th through October 20th, Idaho Department of Lands (IDL) requires residents living outside of city limits to obtain a burn permit prior to starting controlled burn activities. Permits are also required for burning of slash piles or field burning.

Worley Fire District is hiring full time entry level Firefighter. Please hover over our employment tab for more information on the opening.

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Volunteer Application

Volunteers are wanted and always welcome. Please click here to access applications for in-district and out-of-district. Must be 18 years of age or older. 

Fire Chief's Message

The Worley Fire Protection District Is pleased to announce the hiring of our new Battalion Chief, Devin McLaren. Chief McLaren brings 20 years of firefighting experience, personnel management, and leadership principals to our district. Chief McLaren has been married to his wife Amanda for 10 years and they have 3 sons, Michael, Nicholas, and Devin JR. Chief McLaren’s primary duties will include, Incident Management, Training, Fleet Maintenance and will act as the volunteer coordinator. Feel free to stop by Station 1 or stop Chief McLaren out and about, and help welcome him to the Worley Fire Protection District.

Scott Campos

Fire Chief

The Next Commissioner's  Regular Meeting
will be on
October 25, 2022 @ 4:30PM

Commissioner Meetings