Paradise Valley Fire District
Proudly Serving Those In Need
How often do you feel that you are making a real difference in the world?
Make the difference
Most of us work average jobs and lead ordinary lives. Opportunities rarely occur to make a genuine difference in someone’s life. As a volunteer firefighter every call is an opportunity to do something good, to make a difference, to be someone’s hero.
Who we are
Paradise Valley Fire District (PVFD) is a 65-square-mile rural fire district located southeast of the town of Bonners Ferry, Idaho. The district currently maintains two fire stations to protect the lives and property of our 2,600 residents, who make up nearly 25% of Boundary County’s total population.
We are staffed 100% by volunteers who live within the district or in the nearby town of Bonners Ferry. Like most firefighters, Paradise Valley’s volunteers do much more than just take down fires: they also respond to vehicle accidents, medical emergencies, rescues and much more. Our dedicated volunteers are the heart of our emergency response capability.
The Forecast Is Chili!
Community Chili Feed Try different varieties of chili with all the fixings, Cornbread, beverages! Donations are not required but greatly appreciated. Meet and Greet your neighbors and the volunteer fire fighters that help protect our community. Event will be held at...
Glowing Treats 2022
Glowing Treats 2022 This Halloween please join us for some sweet treats, ghoulish glow sticks and freaky fun! October 31st - 5:30PM At the Boundary County Middle School 6577 Main Street, Bonners FerryBring the whole family and help us celebrate our 12th year of...
Free Pancake Breakfast
Free Pancake Breakfast Join us for our annual free community pancake breakfast Saturday August 6th - 8AM-11AM At Firestation 1 2492 Paradise Valley Road, Bonners Ferry Idaho 83805.Support your local Fire DepartmentDonations appreciated but not requiredAll...
Paradise Valley Fire District is a volunteer fire district located southeast of the town of Bonners Ferry, Idaho. The district proudly protects the lives and property of our 2,600 residents.