Doolittle Rural Fire Protection District

Our History

The Doolittle Rural Fire Protection Association was established in 1980 when a few members of the Doolittle community realized the lack of fire protection in the area. At that time they formed the Doolittle Rural Fire Protection Association. The department was funded by memebership dues and fund raisers. The department would hold several events throughout the year as fund raisers to supplement what they received from the membership dues. In 2004 the voters of the district approved formation of a the Doolittle Rural Fire Protection District which is tax-supported district. The district provides fire and emergency services to the communities of Doolittle and Jerome, roughly 122 square miles and some 2,382 residents of central / western Phelps County as well as 20,000 plus acres of Mark Twain National Forest.


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