Welcome!

In case of emergency or if you need help, PLEASE CALL 9-1-1. Please do not call the fire station as doing so will delay response.

Welcome to the website of the Hauser Lake Fire Protection District and Hauser Lake Volunteer Fire Department (HLFD) in Hauser, Idaho. Hauser Lake is located in the northern panhandle of Idaho.

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The rules and restrictions for burning in Hauser Lake mirror those of the other fire districts in Kootenai County.

As of September 3, 2021, Stage II Fire Restrictions have been lifted. The following will be allowed: Campfires (warming and cooking fires) or charcoal, outdoor smoking, cross country travel, and chainsaws/other equipment. Yard waste burning is still closed — permits are not being issued at this time.

We ask that you be extra cautious whenever you burn anything. If you have questions, please call our office at 208-773-1174.

HLFPD Emergency Runs Statistics

In 2021, we have responded to the following incidents. Statistics will be updated monthly. Last updated September 3, 2021. Fire and medical and motor vehicle accidents have all greatly increased this month and this year! Please be extra careful out there!

Type of callFireEMSAuto
Accident
Citizen
Assist
WildlandMonth’s
Total
Jan15217
Feb41014
Mar4913
Apr61212223
May411116
June39315
July1020232
Aug52022433
These are our run statistics for 2021 so far.

COVID-19

North Idaho residents who are concerned about having the virus or having been exposed to it can call the COVID-19 Call Center at 877-415-5225. This call center is provided by the Panhandle Health District (link opens in new window).

Photo by John Belanger

Mission and Vision Statements

The Hauser Lake Fire Protection District (HLFPD) is a dedicated volunteer organization serving our community through fire suppression and prevention, emergency medical response, and excellent community service.

We are committed to providing a superior level of emergency service that continually improves the quality of life, health and safety of the people who live and work in our community.

Page last updated September 13, 2021.