Auburn’s fire department is the Valley Regional Fire Authority (VRFA). The VRFA serves Auburn, Algona, and Pacific. There are five fire stations throughout Auburn, and one in Pacific. Station 31 houses the primary VRFA administrative offices.
Always call 911 in case of an emergency
Chief and Administrator: Brent Swearingen
Deputy Fire Chief of Operations: Kevin Olson
Acting Deputy Chief of Technical Services: Dave Largberg
Chief Financial Officer: Mark Horaski
VRFA Board of Governance:
The VRFA’s nine-member Board of Governance is comprised of the Mayors and two City Council members from each of the participating cities.
Algona: Mayor David Hill (Vice Chair), City Councilmember Lynda Osborn, Councilmember Troy Linnell
Auburn: Mayor Nancy Backus, Deputy Mayor Bill Peloza, Councilmember Claude DaCorsi
Pacific: Mayor Leanne Guier (Chairman of the Board), Councilmember David Storaasli, Councilmember Kerry Garberding
Valley Professional Firefighters – IAFF 1352
“On the front line, doing good in the community on and off duty. Serving you in Auburn, Pacific, & Algona, WA.”
The Professional Firefighters Union representing the firefighters serving Algona, Auburn, and Pacific.
VRFA Station Page
Station 31 Station 32 Station 33
1101 D Street N.E. 1951 R Street S.E. 500 182 Ave E
Auburn, WA 98002 Auburn, WA 98002 Auburn Wa, 98092
253-288-5800 253-288-5842 253-288-5843
Station 34 Station 35 Station 38
31290 124th Ave. SE 2905 C St. SW 133 3rd Ave SE
Auburn, WA 98092 Auburn, WA 98002 Pacific, WA 98047
VRFA Blotter – Week of January 20-26, 2020
by Elizabeth Miller on January 28, 2020 at 9:50 pm
In addition to the Auburn police blotter, we will also be providing a Valley Regional Fire Authority blotter. The calls for service listed are just… This post VRFA Blotter – Week of January 20-26, 2020 appeared first on Auburn Examiner.
Auburn Crime Catch-Up December 2019-January 2020
by Elizabeth Miller on January 25, 2020 at 12:54 am
We know how frustrating it can be to hear about an incident, but not have any follow up. With that in mind, we followed up… This post Auburn Crime Catch-Up December 2019-January 2020 appeared first on Auburn Examiner.
Lakeland Haggen Closed to Search for Person Possibly Hiding in Store Rafters
by Elizabeth Miller on January 16, 2020 at 1:30 am
The Lakeland Commons Haggen closed twice Wednesday after reports of an individual possibly being located in the store’s ceiling. “Around 4:30am this morning [Auburn police… This post Lakeland Haggen Closed to Search for Person Possibly Hiding in Store Rafters appeared first on Auburn Examiner.
Proposition No. 1 Gives Voters Say In Future Of VRFA Services
by Aggregated Content: VRFA Fire Watch, Winter Issue on January 15, 2020 at 11:21 pm
In February, local residents will have an opportunity to cast a critically important vote for the future of fire protection, emergency medical, and life safety… This post Proposition No. 1 Gives Voters Say In Future Of VRFA Services appeared first on Auburn Examiner.
Valley Professional Firefighters Ensure a Happy Holiday for Local Kids
by Elizabeth Miller on January 6, 2020 at 8:11 pm
For over 25 years, the Valley Professional Fire Fighters has partnered with the Auburn Food Bank for the Toys for Kids program. This annual event… This post Valley Professional Firefighters Ensure a Happy Holiday for Local Kids appeared first on Auburn Examiner.