Franklin County Fire Protection District is a Volunteer type of Fire Department that provides fire protection in Franklin County.
55 W 1ST S
Preston, ID 83263
Phone: (208) 852-3111
Fax: (208) 852-0796
Dial 911 for Emergencies!
Franklin County Medical Center is a local icon that prioritizes patient-centric care. Located in the heart of Preston, Idaho, FCMC is a 20-bed Critical Access Hospital with an attached 35-bed skilled nursing facility. We have served the Franklin County community since 1929, always providing quality professional care each patient can trust. In addition, as the second-largest employer in Franklin County, FCMC is truly committed to improving the community in as many ways as possible.
The Southeast Idaho High Country Tourism (previously known as the Pioneer Country Travel Council) is supported by the Idaho Travel Council. It is funded through a two percent (2%) tax on the sale of hotels, motels, and private campground accommodations. We promote tourism in Region 5 which includes Power, Oneida, Bannock, Bingham, Caribou, Bear Lake, Franklin Counties.
Franklin County is a very diverse place, known as one of the finest snowmobile area in the country. Where riders can climb some of the the most demanding mountains around or simply take the family on a groomed trail.
The Greater Preston Business Association promotes business in the area. We believe that a strong business community helps the whole community prosper. We encourage business owners and customers alike to check out Franklin County for goods and services. SHOP LOCAL FIRST! We believe that you will be amazed and pleased at what is available here. As we all do this, businesses will prosper, employment will increase and tax dollars will stay here to help schools, roads, and public services.
The Idaho Festival of Lights has grown, over the years, thanks to financial and other support from many groups and businesses, and the many volunteers who lend a hand in planning the events.
It now draws visitors from all over Idaho, Utah and Wyoming. Many former residents of Preston still travel back for the Festival.