King County Fire Departments Honor Healthcare Workers
We joined up with fire departments across King County to honor healthcare workers at local hospitals throughout the region.
COVID-19 Information Made Easy
Getting the right information about COVID-19 can be difficult. Here is a list of reliable, local and national resources where you can get accurate, up-to-date information →
Please note: [UPDATED 4/23] We are continuing to follow the Governor’s social distancing orders. Due to recent suspensions in the Open Public Meeting Act, our meetings will not be open to the public at our fire stations. Instead, we will be broadcasting our meetings on our Facebook page at the dates/times listed in our events calendar until further notice or unless otherwise noted in the event description. We will update this information as we get further directives from the Governor.
OUR COMMUNITY SPEAKS OUT
- "Great teamwork! Nice save!"Chad DurbinFacebook
- "Just took the best CPR class with LT. Nathan Blakeslee, 2 hours went like 5 minutes learning with great enthusiasm! Thanks LT. Blakeslee for a great class and thanks the Fire Department for all your services!"Ithzy MorenaFacebook
- "As always - our heroes to the rescue!"Frances Lynn Elkins CartwrightFacebook
- "Thank you for protecting us all! I remember a 3 alarm fire got out of control in 2014, that area, and you all worked so hard to save people and property. You saved our home that day!"Amy KchosFacebook