Fire Safety & Awareness Toolkit

Montana's wildland fire season generally starts mid-summer and fires may impact travel and destination visitors. The Office of Tourism has developed a toolkit of resources to help educate residents and visitors on safe travel best practices when it comes to wildland fires and safety. Materials are included for both preventative education as well as materials that can be updated with specific information on local conditions. 

The toolkit contains print and digital templates that may be customized to reflect a website for your organization, community, or business. We encourage you to use these pieces to spread the word and build awareness of these important fire safety messages. You can download the entire toolkit or individual pieces below:

Download Fire Safety & Awareness Toolkit:

  • Printable Posters: Hang in storefront windows, public bulletin boards, etc. Full color and black-and-white versions and two content options.
    • All Posters (Zip File
    • ‘Aware’ Color: 11 x 17 (Word)
    • ‘Aware’ Black & White: 11 x 17 (Word)
    • ‘Spark’ Color: 11 x 17 (Word)
    • ‘Spark’ Black & White: 11 x 17  (Word)
  • Printable Flyer: For distribution at local businesses and public locations and can be updated for as needed for fire related information.
    • All Flyers (Zip File
    • ‘Conditions’ Color: 8.5 X 11 (Word)
    • ‘Conditions’ Black & White: 8.5 x 11 (Word)
    • ‘Spark’ Color: 8.5 X 11 (Word)
    • ‘Spark’ Black & White: 8.5 x 11 (Word)
  • Graphics: Individual graphic elements (Zip File
  • Window Clings: For local businesses and public locations. (Zip File)
  • Website Copy: Help educate visitors and guests before they arrive. (Word
  • Social Media: Image & copy pairings to post on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter.  
  • Press Release Template: Get the word out through your local news channels. (Word
  • Radio PSA: Get the word out through your local radio stations. (Word
    • ‘Don’t Start the Spark’ 
    • ‘Act Responsibly’