Victor Volunteer Fire Department answers over 300 calls per year, with many of those being requests for medical assistance. VVFD handles everything from medical emergencies to motor vehicle accidents, downed power lines and other hazards, structure fires, gas leaks, and wildland fire. Firefighters from Victor were proud to assist on both Roaring Lion Fire in 2016 and Lolo Peak Fire in 2017. In 2018, Victor also sent personnel to wildfires in California.

The department has approximately 40 members, with 13 licensed EMTs and 3 Paramedics among them, as well as certified Firefighters and support staff. As a volunteer department, many members have more than one function, requiring additional training and practice. Victor Fire trained more than 2,000 hours in 2018, including training a new generation of firefighters and emergency medical technicians.

The entire department works on a volunteer basis, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year to serve their neighbors and their community, as well as provide aid to other departments in the valley when needed.

VVFD Officers 2018-2019

Department Fire Chief: Scott Hackett

Assistant Fire Chief: Mason Kay


P. Olson

M. Zufelt

B. Gaul

R. Perry


A. Kay

K. Perez

S. Thorning

Training Officers

B. Gaul

J. McKenna

E. Perez