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Tri-Lakes Volunteer Fire Department was created on August 30, 2005 by combining Canyon Ferry Volunteer and Lakeside Volunteer Fire Departments. Tri-Lakes covers approximately 105 square miles with five stations and fourteen apparatus. The majority of the area’s approximately 5,000 residents live in the wildland urban interface.

2020 Anual Easter Egg Hunt Postponed

Due to curent events we are postponing this years Easter Egg Hunt. There is not a predetermined schedule at this time. We will post updates when they are available.

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Volunteers Needed!

We NEED volunteers and we would love to talk to you about volunteering with our department. If there are any questions that we can answer for you, please contact us!

If you are interested in joining, the first step is to fill out an application. Please return your completed application to Tri-Lakes Station 3 at 3200 Spokane Creek Road.

Click here to download an application.

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2020 Anual Easter Egg Hunt

Due to curent events we are postponing this years Easter Egg Hunt. There is not a predetermined schedule at this time. We will post updates when they are available. Sincerely, Tri-Lakes Volunter Fire Department

Spring is Here

The long awaited spring is officially here and there is no better time to start or begin your fire mitigation efforts. Here are a few resources to inspire or use to culminate your plan or efforts. Lewis and Clark County Assistance for Wildfire CPAW CPAW Resource Materials

Fire Season is here – Helpful Tips for being prepared

Ready.gov Wildfire Tips Prepare NOW Sign up for your community’s warning system. The Emergency Alert System (EAS) and National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Weather Radio also provide emergency alerts. Know your community’s evacuation plans and find several ways to leave the area. Drive the evacuation routes and find shelter locations. Have a plan for …

About

Tri-Lakes Volunteer Fire Department was created on August 30, 2005 by combining Canyon Ferry Volunteer and Lakeside Volunteer Fire Departments. Tri-Lakes covers approximately 105 square miles with five stations and fourteen apparatus. The majority of the area’s approximately 5,000 residents live in the wildland urban interface.

Contact

Contact Us:

Volunteer Fire Chief: Casey Jones
3200 Spokane Creek Road
East Helena, Montana 59635
406-475-3552 (Station)
406-431-3600 (Cell)

Email: trilakesfire@usa.net

Interested in volunteering:

Please fill out the application and then call the Fire Chief at the above numbers in order to turn in the application for approval. Thank you for your interest in your community.

Tri-Lakes Volunteer Fire Department Application