Spokane County Fire Protection District 5

.......PROTECTING LIVES, PROPERTY, AND ENVIRONMENT THROUGH EXCELLENCE.

 

 

We are dedicated to making our service and care to the public the best we can offer you. Spokane County Fire District 5 consists of three commissioners, one paid district administrator, and approximately twenty volunteers.

The volunteers are the backbone of the Fire District. Volunteers consist of people like you who live in Fire District 5. The volunteers that serve our community give their time freely to train and respond to Fire District 5.

 

PLEASE:

NO FIRES

NO SHOOTING

NO CIGARETTES THROWN FROM CARS

BE SMART - BE SAFE - NO FIRES!!!!


CONGRATULATIONS & WELCOME TO

NEWLY APPOINTED COMMISSIONER

DAVE CLOUSE

 

 

WEATHER*WEATHER

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Just click on the link above, zoom out when you see the map and then click on "Past or Present", then click on the arrow to put the map in motion!! 

 

 

 

 UPCOMING EVENTS
 


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GET CPR CERTIFIED

Contact Chief Bonnie Cobb b.cobb@scfd5.org  or Bethany Cobb if you or your Organization is interested in becoming CPR Certified.  Classes can be held at 

Firestation 51. 
 
TRAINING - September
16TH - Host Testing (E51, E52, T51)
25th - EMS-OTEP, Sick or Not Sick for Adults
 
Wednesday Sept 17 - Deadline for Commissioner Meeting Agenda Topics

 

Monday Sept 22, 2014 - Regular Board Meeting  7pm at Station 51,

17217 W. Four Mound Rd., Nine Mile Falls, WA  99026  All Welcome!
 
 
 
 
                                                                         (PHOTO BELOW)
 Some of the First Volunteer Firefighters for
Four Mound Prairie
L to R:  Frank Oremberg, George Lynch, Lee Ryan,
Jim Ryan, Ray Rose, Lee Pietz, Dick Kamm
 and John Rose
 
 
 
Photo by Carol Kamm Summer of 1966