The Eastern Idaho Fire Chiefs Association encompasses rural and urban fire departments and fire districts from the city and towns of Eastern Idaho: Aberdeen/Springfield Fire District; American Falls; Rural Fire Protection District; Ammon Fire Department; Arco Fire Department; Arimo Fire Department; Atomic City Fire Department; Bancroft Volunteer Fire Department; Bear Lake Volunteer Fire Protection District; Blackfoot Fire Department; Bureau of Land Management; Caribou County Fire Department; Central Fire District; Challis Volunteer Fire Department; Clayton Volunteer Fire District; Downey Volunteer Fire District; Dubois City Fire Department; Eastern Idaho Technical College; Elk Bend Fire Protection District; Firth Fire District; Fort Hall Fire & EMS; Franklin County Fire District; Grace Fire Department; Greater Swan Valley Fire Protection District #2; Hamer Fire Protection District; Idaho Department of Lands; Idaho Falls Fire Department; Inkom Fire Department; INL Fire Department; Island Park Fire Protection District; Lava Hot Springs Volunteer Fire Department; Leadore Community Volunteer Fire Department; Lemhi County Fire Protection District #1; Lost River Fire Protection District; Madison Fire Department; McCammon Fire Department; Montpelier Fire Department; Malad Fire Department; North Custer Rural Fire District; North Fork Fire Protection District; North Fremont Fire District, Inc.; Oneida County Fire District; Pahsimeroi Volunteer Fire Department; Pocatello Fire Department; Pocatello Valley Fire Department; Roberts Fire District; Rockland Rural Fire District; Salmon Volunteer Fire Department; Sawtooth Valley Rural Fire District; Shelley/Firth Rural Fire District; Soda Springs Volunteer Fire Department; South Custer Rural Fire Protection District; South Fremont Fire District; State Fire Marshal's Office; Teton County Fire Protection District; U.S. Forest Service; Ucon Fire Department; West Jefferson Fire Control District; Williams Lake Volunteer Fire Department