Community/Events

Our Community

Nampa was founded in 1886 after the Oregon Short Line Railroad built a line through the area. As more railroads were built, the town grew; it was incorporated in 1891. Nampa’s origin as a railroad town explains its unique layout, with main roads paralleling the original railroad tracks, rather than running north and south.

Modern-day Nampa is the largest city in Canyon County, with a population of 81,557. It is located 20 miles west of Boise and is home to many local sporting and entertainment events, including the Snake River Rodeo.

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Charity Events

In order to show our support for our Idaho community, Disaster Kleenup supports various events throughout the year.

DK Charity Event - Light My Fire

Light My Fire

Light My Fire, Inc. was established in 1993 to help provide fire prevention education and emergency assistance to citizens who are displaced by fire. During this 24 year time span nearly $400,000 dollars has been raised and donated to help citizens in Boise and Meridian. In 2016, from the combination of our Dinner/Auction held in February and the golf tournament held in June Light My Fire contributed a combined total of $34,160 to the Boise & Meridian Fire Safety and Prevention Programs and the Burnout Funds. Disaster Kleenup has actively participated on this committee for more than 20 years.

DK Charity Events - Never Forget Tournament

9-11 Never Forget Golf Tournament

The Annual 9-11 Never Forget Golf Tournament is presented by the Treasure Valley Public Safety Officers. This event is in honor and memory of the firefighters, police officers and EMS personnel who sacrificed their lives during service on September 11, 2001 and all other public safety officers who have fallen in the line of duty protecting and defending the safety of the citizens of Idaho. This will be the 10th year celebration of the tournaments at a local level. It is a one day, 18-hole tournament held on September 11 every year. This is a non-profit 501C3 with funds raised going into a benevolent for Police, Fire and EMS personnel.

Farmers Hometown Hero

Hometown Hero presented by Disaster Kleenup is a program built to showcase local community members who have made a positive impact in our community. During the 2016-17 basketball season, nine of our local heroes were presented with awards on the basketball court during a home game.

Idaho Food Bank

Disaster Kleenup actively participates in an annual food drive for the Idaho Food Bank. Learn more about how you can participate at idahofoodbank.org

Camp Rainbow Gold

Camp Rainbow Gold

Disaster Kleenup has been a proud sponsor of the IREM and CCIM's Annual Give Back Golf Tournament since its inception in 2011.