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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BurnING IN HAUSER LAKE
As of May 10, 2022, burn permits are required. The rules and restrictions for burning in Hauser Lake mirror those of the other fire districts in Kootenai County.
Without a permit, cooking and warming fires are allowed but must be under three feet in diameter and less than two feet high.
With a permit, yard waste, brush piles, burn barrels and other burning will be allowed. Please keep fires small and avoid wet, smoky fuel. Questions regarding those permits should be directed to IDL at 208-769-1577. Get your burn permit through IDL at burnpermits.idaho.gov.
Before burning, please call Idaho DEQ at 1-800-633-6247 to check for burning restrictions.
Annual Awards Banquet Held
The Hauser Lake Volunteer Fire Department recently held their Annual Awards Banquet recently. While technically supposed to be held annually, it was the first banquet in two years so there were many to recognize! Read more…
HLFPD Emergency Runs Statistics
This is a chart of our most recent response statistics. Numbers will be updated monthly. Fire and medical and motor vehicle accidents have all greatly increased recently. Please be extra careful out there!
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Paying for Growth
Over 500 new homes are anticipated to be built within the Hauser Lake Fire District in the next 10 years. Without additional resources response times are likely to increase for existing residents. The Hauser Lake Fire Protection District Commissioners are evaluating ways to fund the stations, fire trucks, and ambulances necessary to meet the increase in demand due without relying on existing taxpayers. Continue reading…
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).
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.
Kootenai County residents
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Page last updated 6-6-2022