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The Eastern Idaho Interagency Fire Center (EIIFC), located in Idaho Falls, was established in the spring of 1995 after a five year planning effort. Participating agencies include the Forest Service's Caribou-Targhee National Forest, and the Bureau of Land Management's Idaho Falls District.
 
The Eastern Idaho Interagency Fire Center (EIIFC), located in Idaho Falls, was established in the spring of 1995 after a five year planning effort. Participating agencies include the Forest Service's Caribou-Targhee National Forest, and the Bureau of Land Management's Idaho Falls District.
*'''Current EIIFC Fire Information''': [http://www.idahofireinfo.blm.gov/east/currentfires.htm]
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*'''Current EIIFC Fire Information''': [http://www.idahofireinfo.blm.gov/east/info_current.html]
*'''Current Fire Danger Levels''': [http://www.idahofireinfo.blm.gov/east/dailyfiredanger.htm]
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*'''Current Fire Danger Levels''': [http://www.idahofireinfo.blm.gov/east/info_current.html]
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*'''EIIFC Website''': [http://www.idahofireinfo.blm.gov/east/index.html]
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*'''National Interagency Fire Center Website''' [http://www.nifc.gov/index.html]
  
 
EIIFC is responsible for fire coordination of over 7.5 million acres of public lands, encompassing 21 counties within four states, including Southeastern Idaho, Southern Montana, Western Wyoming and Northern Utah.
 
EIIFC is responsible for fire coordination of over 7.5 million acres of public lands, encompassing 21 counties within four states, including Southeastern Idaho, Southern Montana, Western Wyoming and Northern Utah.
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*SALMON WORK STATION  
 
*SALMON WORK STATION  
**BLM: One Heavy Engines and Two Light Engine  
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**BLM: One Heavy Engine and Two Light Engine  
 
*DUBOIS WORK STATION
 
*DUBOIS WORK STATION
 
**BLM: One Heavy Engine; One Light Engine  
 
**BLM: One Heavy Engine; One Light Engine  
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** BLM: Dispatch Center; Fire Cache; Two Heavy Engines; Two Light Engines; One Dozer; One Water Tender; One 20 Person Initial Attack Hand Crew  
 
** BLM: Dispatch Center; Fire Cache; Two Heavy Engines; Two Light Engines; One Dozer; One Water Tender; One 20 Person Initial Attack Hand Crew  
 
*FORT HALL WORK STATION
 
*FORT HALL WORK STATION
** BLM: One Heavy Engines; Two 20 Person Hand Crews  
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** BLM: One Heavy Engine; Two 20 Person Hand Crews  
 
*POCATELLO WORK STATION 5
 
*POCATELLO WORK STATION 5
 
** BLM: Two Heavy Engines(3451, 3453); One Light Engine; One Dozer; One Water Tender; One helicopter; One 20 person hotshot crew; Air Tanker Base
 
** BLM: Two Heavy Engines(3451, 3453); One Light Engine; One Dozer; One Water Tender; One helicopter; One 20 person hotshot crew; Air Tanker Base
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** BLM
 
** BLM
  
STATION LOCATION MAP: [http://www.idahofireinfo.blm.gov/east/recruitment/stations/index.htm]
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==East Idaho BLM Maps==
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*[http://www.blm.gov/pgdata/etc/medialib/blm/id/maps/blm_field_office_land.Par.8487.File.dat/Upper%20Snake.pdf Upper Snake (PDF)]
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*[http://www.blm.gov/pgdata/etc/medialib/blm/id/maps/blm_field_office_land.Par.3413.File.dat/Pocatello.pdf Pocatello (PDF)]
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*[http://www.blm.gov/pgdata/etc/medialib/blm/id/maps/blm_field_office_land.Par.85961.File.dat/Salmon.pdf Salmon (PDF)]
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==BLM and Forest Service Repeaters==
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===BLM Channels===
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Idaho Falls District
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{| border="4" cellpadding="4" cellspacing="0" style="margin: 1em 1em 1em 0; background: #f9f9f9; border: 2px #777777 solid; border-collapse: collapse;" class="wikitable sortable"
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|Channel #||Rx Freq||Rx Tone||Tx Freq||Tx Tone||Description||Confirmation/Re-Confirmation
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| ||169.7750|| ||163.1500||114.8||Big Southern Butte Repeater||
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|-
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| ||169.7750|| ||163.1500||123.0||Black Mountain Repeater||
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|-
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| ||169.7750|| ||163.1500||107.2||Garns Repeater||
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|-
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| ||169.7750|| ||163.1500||141.3||Kelly Mountain Repeater||
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|-
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| ||169.7750|| ||163.1500||100.0||Kinport Repeater||
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|-
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| ||169.7750|| ||163.1500||151.4||Malad Repeater||
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|-
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| ||169.7750|| ||163.1500||162.2||Portable Repeater||
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|-
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| ||169.7750|| ||163.1500||131.8||Sedgewick Repeater||
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|}
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===Forest Service Channels===
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Targhee and Caribou National Forests
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{| border="4" cellpadding="4" cellspacing="0" style="margin: 1em 1em 1em 0; background: #f9f9f9; border: 2px #777777 solid; border-collapse: collapse;" class="wikitable sortable"
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|Channel #||Rx Freq||Rx Tone||Tx Freq||Tx Tone||Description||Confirmation/Re-Confirmation
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| ||172.2250|| ||168.1500||146.2||Blue Springs Repeater||
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| ||172.2250|| ||168.1500||131.8||Caribou Peak Repeater||
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| ||169.1750|| ||170.5250||131.8||Mahogany Ridge Repeater||
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| ||172.2250|| ||168.1500||107.2||Paris Peak Repeater||
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| ||169.1750|| ||170.5250||103.5||Red Peak Repeater||
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| ||169.1750|| ||170.5250||123.0||Relay Ridge Repeater||
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| ||169.1750|| ||170.5250||146.2||Sawtell Peak Repeater||
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| ||172.2250|| ||168.1500||100.0||Sedgwick Peak Repeater||
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| ||172.2250|| ||168.1500||136.5||Scout Mountain Repeater||
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| ||172.2250|| ||168.1500||123.0||Stewart Peak Repeater||
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| ||172.2250|| ||168.1500||103.5||Kelly Mountain Repeater||
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===Related Links===
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*[[National Incident Radio Support Cache]] - These frequencies are also used for active fire operations.
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==East Idaho BLM Maps==
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Upper Snake: [http://www.blm.gov/pgdata/etc/medialib/blm/id/maps/blm_field_office_land.Par.8487.File.dat/Upper%20Snake.pdf]
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[[Category:US Forest Service in Idaho]]
Pocatello: [http://www.blm.gov/pgdata/etc/medialib/blm/id/maps/blm_field_office_land.Par.3413.File.dat/Pocatello.pdf]
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[[Category:US Forest Service Frequencies in Idaho]]
Salmon: [http://www.blm.gov/pgdata/etc/medialib/blm/id/maps/blm_field_office_land.Par.85961.File.dat/Salmon.pdf]
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[[Category:US Land Management in Idaho]]
[[Category:Intermountain Region]]
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[[Category:US Land Management Frequencies in Idaho]]

Revision as of 17:19, 11 August 2015

The Eastern Idaho Interagency Fire Center (EIIFC), located in Idaho Falls, was established in the spring of 1995 after a five year planning effort. Participating agencies include the Forest Service's Caribou-Targhee National Forest, and the Bureau of Land Management's Idaho Falls District.

  • Current EIIFC Fire Information: [1]
  • Current Fire Danger Levels: [2]
  • EIIFC Website: [3]
  • National Interagency Fire Center Website [4]

EIIFC is responsible for fire coordination of over 7.5 million acres of public lands, encompassing 21 counties within four states, including Southeastern Idaho, Southern Montana, Western Wyoming and Northern Utah.

Cooperating and contract agencies include:

  • Idaho State Agencies: (Departments of Lands, Fish & Game, and Corrections)
  • Bureau of Indian Affairs
  • Shoshone Bannock Tribes
  • Bureau of Reclamation
  • National Park Service (Yellowstone National Park, Craters of the Moon National *Monument and Grand Teton National Park)
  • USDA Sheep Experiment Station
  • U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service

EIIFC also has 38 Cooperative Agreements with City and Rural fire departments. EIIFC supports 9 ranger stations and 8 BLM guard stations.

Activities include incident and fire preparedness, suppression of wildfires, prescribed fire, aviation tracking and flight following, administrative and natural disaster coordination and support.

On average, EIIFC fights 132 fires a year. Resources include engines, an air attack base, air attack, helicopters, miscellaneous qualified overhead support personnel, hand crews (20 members each), and camp crews (10 members each).


EIIFC STATION/CREW LOCATIONS AND EQUIPMENT

  • SALMON WORK STATION
    • BLM: One Heavy Engine and Two Light Engine
  • DUBOIS WORK STATION
    • BLM: One Heavy Engine; One Light Engine
    • FOREST SERVICE: One Light Engine
  • ATOMIC CITY WORK STATION
    • BLM: One Heavy Tatra Engine
  • ISLAND PARK WORK STATION
    • Forest Service: Two Light Engines and One 20 Person Initial Attack Hand Crew (Centennials)
  • ASHTON WORK STATION
    • Forest Service: Two Light Engines
  • DRIGGS WORK STATION
    • Forest Service: One Light Engine
  • SWAN VALLEY WORK STATION
    • Forest Service: One Light Engine and One Helicopter plus crew
  • IDAHO FALLS WORK STATION
    • BLM: Dispatch Center; Fire Cache; Two Heavy Engines; Two Light Engines; One Dozer; One Water Tender; One 20 Person Initial Attack Hand Crew
  • FORT HALL WORK STATION
    • BLM: One Heavy Engine; Two 20 Person Hand Crews
  • POCATELLO WORK STATION 5
    • BLM: Two Heavy Engines(3451, 3453); One Light Engine; One Dozer; One Water Tender; One helicopter; One 20 person hotshot crew; Air Tanker Base
    • Forest Service: Two Light Engines
  • CHUBBUCK WORK STATION
    • BLM: One Heavy Engine(3452)
  • SODA SPRINGS WORK STATION 7
    • BLM: One Heavy Engine(3672); One Light Engine(3471)
    • Forest Service: One Light Engine
  • MALAD WORK STATION 8
    • BLM: Three Heavy Engines(3481, 3482, 3483)
    • Forest Service: One Light Engine
  • MONTPELIER WORK STATION
    • Forest Service: Two Light Engines
  • BLACKFOOT WORK STATION
    • BLM: One Heavy Engine
  • AMERICAN FALLS WORK STATION 6
    • BLM: One Heavy Engine(3461); One Dozer(3263)
  • GRAYS LAKE WORK STATION
    • BLM

East Idaho BLM Maps

BLM and Forest Service Repeaters

BLM Channels

Idaho Falls District

Channel # Rx Freq Rx Tone Tx Freq Tx Tone Description Confirmation/Re-Confirmation
169.7750 163.1500 114.8 Big Southern Butte Repeater
169.7750 163.1500 123.0 Black Mountain Repeater
169.7750 163.1500 107.2 Garns Repeater
169.7750 163.1500 141.3 Kelly Mountain Repeater
169.7750 163.1500 100.0 Kinport Repeater
169.7750 163.1500 151.4 Malad Repeater
169.7750 163.1500 162.2 Portable Repeater
169.7750 163.1500 131.8 Sedgewick Repeater

Forest Service Channels

Targhee and Caribou National Forests

Channel # Rx Freq Rx Tone Tx Freq Tx Tone Description Confirmation/Re-Confirmation
172.2250 168.1500 146.2 Blue Springs Repeater
172.2250 168.1500 131.8 Caribou Peak Repeater
169.1750 170.5250 131.8 Mahogany Ridge Repeater
172.2250 168.1500 107.2 Paris Peak Repeater
169.1750 170.5250 103.5 Red Peak Repeater
169.1750 170.5250 123.0 Relay Ridge Repeater
169.1750 170.5250 146.2 Sawtell Peak Repeater
172.2250 168.1500 100.0 Sedgwick Peak Repeater
172.2250 168.1500 136.5 Scout Mountain Repeater
172.2250 168.1500 123.0 Stewart Peak Repeater
172.2250 168.1500 103.5 Kelly Mountain Repeater

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