Valley Regional Fire Department responded to a report of smoke and flames from a garage on I St NE & 22nd St NE early Thursday morning. According to the VRFA twitter, “the garage was well involved when crews arrived and had started to spread to
In an effort to ensure safety, both Valley Regional Fire Authority and Auburn Police Department are increasing their presence for the July Fourth Holiday. APD and VRFA Prepare for the Fourth APD has already announced increased firework emphasis patrols prior to and during the holiday.
Burn Bans Issued Due to Dry Weather Concerns Both King and Pierce Counties issue outdoor fire safety burn bans
Both the King County and Pierce County Fire Marshals have issued a Stage 1 fire safety burn ban effective July 1. The King County ban applies to unincorporated areas of King County. Residents of cities should contact their local jurisdiction to find out if there
Auburn PD has announced that Patrol Officers will begin extra firework emphasis patrols Monday, June 24th. These patrols will run each night through July 5th. APD requests that all fireworks complaints be reported to 253-288-2121. “Remember that it is illegal to discharge any firework within
Over the past two months, the Valley Regional Fire Authority has provided the community with tips on how to prepare your home to reduce the risk of damage from brush and wildfires through their Wildland Urban Interface (WUI) Home Project of the Week campaign. Now
Rep. Schrier’s Fire Equipment Amendment to be Considered by House for National Defense Authorization Act
As Washington State’s fire season begins, Congresswoman Kim Schrier, M.D. (WA-08) is proud that her amendment on the fair transfer of firefighting equipment passed out of Committee today as part of the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2020. Rep. Schrier partnered with Congressman