Open burning is NOT allowed if the Air Quality Index is above 60. It is your responsibility to check the index befor you begin any open burning. Call (208) 373-0313 to check the Air Quality Index or visit www.deg.state.is.us/air/agindex.cfm
You may get your blood pressure checked at any fire station in Boise City or Whitney Fire District.
Burn Permits are no longer required in the Whitney Fire District; however the restrictions on open burning have not changed. Boise City does require a burn permit and they can be obtained at the fire station. The information about open burning is www.adaweb.net/Pages/SafeBurning.aspx. Open burning is NOT allowed if the Air Quality Index is above 60. Call (208) 373-0313 to check the Air Quality Index before you begin any burning.
To obtain a letter stating that your Certified Family Home is within the Whitney Fire District, call (208) 375-6416 or (208) 869-5210 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. Please be sure to leave your full name and complete address of the Certified Family Home.
The fire department is no longer installing Child Safety Seats. If you need assistance, the service is provided at no charge through the Treasure Valley Safe Kids Program at St. Luke’s Hospital.Contact Alissa McKinnely at (208) 381-3033.
The Whitney Fire District does not service fire extinguishers nor can we recommend any specific company. Fire Extinguisher servicing companies are in the Yellow Pages of the telephone book under "Fire Extinguishers".
Contact Chief Renn Ross at (208) 375-6416 or (208) 869-5210 or email@example.com for information on submitting fire alarm system plans for review, as well as for inspections.
Fire Sprinkler System Plans for projects within the Whitney Fire District must be reviewed and approved by the State Fire Marshal’s Office. Contact Javier Cervantes at the State Fire Marshal’s Office (208) 334-4378 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
For Fire Sprinkler System inspections, contact Chief Renn Ross at (208) 375-6416 or (208) 869-5210 or email@example.com.
Guided tours of Fire Station #14 (2515 S. Five Mile Rd), Fire Station #15 (3676 E. Warm Springs Avenue) or Fire Station #17 (3801 S. Cole Road) are available to groups such as scout troops or schools. Please contact the Boise Fire Administration office at (208) 570-6500 to schedule a tour. A two week notice is require for a tour.
The Whitney Fire District does not accept Household Hazardous Wastes. However, Fire Station #14 is one of the Mobile Collection Sites for the City of Boise’s Household Hazardous Waste Program. The collection day at Fire Station #14 is the first Wednesday of each month. The collection site opens at noon and closes at 7:00 p.m. For complete details visit www.curbitboise.org/hhw.
The ratings for the Whitney Fire District are as follows:
|Location Property||Class for Dwellings/Homeowners||Class for Commercial Property|
|Within 1000 ft. of a hydrant||3||3|
|Within 5 mile of a fire station||8||9|
|Between 5 and 10 miles of a fire station||9||9|
|Over 5 miles from a station||10||10|
To obtain a letter regarding the ISO rating for a particular address call Chief Renn Ross at (208) 375-6416 or (208) 869-5210 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. Please be sure to leave your full name and the complete address of the property.
For information concerning weed abatement visit www.adaweb.net/
WeedPestandMosquitoControl or call Ada County Weed and Pest at (208) 577-4646.
Unwanted medications can be dropped off at either the Boise City Police at Boise City Hall West, 333N. Mark Stall Place 83704. 8:00 a.m – 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday, or the Ada County Sheriff’s Office, Public Service Information Center Lobby, Building #1, 7200 Barrister Dr. Boise, ID 83704 8:00 a.m – 4:00 p.m. Monday through Friday.