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09/13/17 September is national preparedness month. The Snohomish County Department of Emergency Management recommends that you should be prepared to survive on your own for 14 days following a major disaster. Learn more here.

 

 

 

08/31/17 The Snohomish County Fire Marshall has instituted a total burn ban. All outdoor burning including recreational fires is banned. The ban takes effect at 12:01 a.m. on September 1st until further notice. A copy of the Fire Marshall press release can be found here.

 

 

07/31/17 Notice of merger. Snohomish County Fire District 28 has filed to merge with Snohomish County Fire District 26. A SEPA has been completed and the documents are available below for Public Review.

 

 

SEPA Environmental Checklist

 

Notice of Intent to Adopt SEPA Rules and Procedures

 

 

 

 

 

07/20/17 The East Snohomish Training Academy is now taking applications for the Fall Firefighter Training Academy. The Academy application can be found here. The tentative schedule can be found here.

 

06/20/17 Fire District 26 will be participating in the annual Gold Bar Gold Dust Days. This years event will take palce from July 21st to the 23rd. Get more information from the Gold Dust Days website.

 

01/31/17 Resident Firefighters wanted. We are opening the 2017 application period starting March 1st. Download an application packet on our Resident Information Page

 

 

12/07/2016 EMT Class. Interested in learning how to help your community in times of need? Are you looking to start a new career in public safety? District 26 is host an Emergency Medical Technician course starting February 1st. EMT Class Flyer

 

8/05/2016 There is a group going around town saying they are from the local fire department and are here to check your smoke detectors. This is a scam to try and sell you fire alarm equipment. We are more than happy to come and check your smoke detectors for free if we are invited. Members of the department will show up in a department vehicle in uniform or some sort of department issued clothing. If you are unsure if someone who comes to the door is a firefighter, you can call us at (360)793-1335.

 

6/30/2016 Got 100 Feet? Defensible space around your home is paramount to wildand fire prevention. Firewise.org has more details on creating a 3 zone perimeter of landscaping around your home to help protect it in a wildfire

 

6/25/2016 The latest edition of the Fire Bell newsletter is available here.

 

If there is an immediate threat to life or property contact 911

If you require the fire department to respond for a non-emergency contact (425)407-3999

 

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Snohomish County Fire District 26

501 Lewis Ave

P.O. Box 376

Gold Bar Wa, 98251

(360)793-1335

 

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