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Moose Peak Fire

Unit Information

Kootenai National Forest
U.S. Forest Service
31374 US Hwy 2
Libby, MT 59923

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Incident Contact

Kootenai National Forest
Phone: 406-293-6211
Hours: 8:00am to 5:00pm M-F

Announcements — Moose Peak Fire

Transfer of Command to Type 4 Organization 9/25/17 2pm Released: 9/24/2017
Command of the Moose Peak Fire will transfer to a local Type 4 Organization lead by Chris Beeks at 2pm on September 25, 2017.
Moose Peak Community Meeting Released: 9/16/2017
The Rocky Mountain Incident Management Blue Team has scheduled a community meeting for the Moose Peak Fire on Sunday, September 17 at the Thompson Lake Christian Retreat Center, ACM Road South, Libby...
Donations Released: 9/14/2017
We are receiving many offers of donations to help our firefighters. Thank you for these generous offers, but we don't have a system in place to accept donations or storage capacity for donations. If...
Moose Peak Fire Afternoon Update 09.10.17 Released: 9/10/2017
Moose Peak Fire Update: The Moose Peak Fire has been active today. The fire has not spotted outside the primary dozer lines. Helicopters have been able to work on the Moose Peak fire since 10:30 this...
Moose Peak Fire Afternoon Update 09/09/17 Released: 9/9/2017
The visiblity has improved today and helicopters have been able to assist the firefighting efforts on both fires. The projected winds have not developed over the #WestForkFire, and the Bobtail Ridge...
Air Operational Update 09/09/17 Released: 9/9/2017
The visibility has improved over the fire area today. Three helicopters have been dispatch to Moose Peak Fire and will be available to the West Fork Fire as needed. The smoke remains too dense for...
Official Public Meeting Friday!! Released: 9/7/2017
The Rocky Mountain Incident Management Blue Team will hold a public meeting regarding the Moose Peak Fire on Friday, September 8th. The meeting will be held at the Thompson Lake Baptist Camp (also...
Winds Expected - Saturday Released: 9/6/2017
The #WestForkFire and #MoosePeakFire will be expecting winds ranging from 20 to 25 mph on Saturday. These winds will be out of the west/southwest. Increased winds will reduce the amount of smoke...