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Snohomish County Fire District 21

Providing fire protection, emergency medical services, and rescue services to rural communities surrounding Arlington

Fire Chief's Letter

The primary purpose of this letter is to keep our community informed in getting our message out of important information or objectives. Be sure to check our quarterly newsletters also.

Be a part of the Team

We are currently looking for an Admin Assistant. Interested in working with our team? There are part-time, full-time and volunteer positions. Want to get a sense what it’s like? Fill out our Ride-Along waiver.

Community Classes

Fire Station 49 hosts CPR and First Aid Courses. Check the schedule and get registered. Classes are offered monthly and are about two hours long.

Safe Kids & Family

Check out fire safety videos here. Visit our station for child car seat inspection. Or, let’s plan a classroom visit and learn fire prevention skills.

Fire Chief's Letter

The primary purpose of this letter is to keep our community informed in getting our message out of important information or objectives. Be sure to check our quarterly newsletters also.

Be A part of the Team

We are currently looking for an Admin Assistant. ​Interested in working with our team? There are part-time, full-time and volunteer positions. Want to get a sense what it’s like? Fill out our Ride-Along waiver.

Community Classes

Fire Station 49 hosts CPR and First Aid Courses. Check the schedule and get registered. Classes are offered monthly and are about two hours long.

Safe Kids & Family

Check out fire safety videos here. Visit our station for child car seat inspection. Or, let’s plan a classroom visit and learn fire prevention skills.

Burn Ban Info

Fire District No. 21 contracts with the Snohomish County Fire Marshal’s Office to provide outdoor burning permits. To find out what is allowable without a permit or how to obtain a permit, click the button below.

Fire Escape Plan

Plan ahead using our Home Fire Escape Plan template. Draw a floor plan that shows all doors and windows. Mark two ways out of each room. Pick a family meeting place outside where everyone can meet.

Home Fire Safety Inspection

Print this home fire safety checklist and see if you can answer yes to all 20 questions. It takes about 20 minutes to inspect your home. Kids, ask a grown-up to help you complete the checklist!

Fire District 21 News, Announcements, Upcoming Classes and Events

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Receive monthly newsletters with community information, updates on the new fire station and upcoming events.

Serving Our Community Since 1960

Snohomish County Fire Protection District 21 covers 70-square miles, making us one of the largest fire districts in Snohomish County. We are in the process of constructing a new fire station at 17827 McElroy Rd. which will house crews in late 2022 or early 2023.

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Ride Alongs

Medical Emergencies

Child Car Seat Installation

Safe Kids Program

CPR Courses

Task Force Group

Monthly Alarms

Annual Calls for Service

Community Fire Task Force – Are You Interested?

What they do

They would be sharing their ideas and thoughts regarding their Fire Department in the community.

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Letter of Interest

If you think this is something you would be interested in, please download & fill out this Letter of Interest.

Send Completed Letter

Once you’ve filled out the letter, mail or drop it off at Fire Station 49, or email it to Chief Schmidt.

Message Us

We are here for you 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

If you are not sure whether the situation is a true emergency, we recommend calling 911 and letting the dispatcher determine whether you need emergency help.

Call Us

(360) 435-3311

Email

Chad Schmidt, District Fire Chief

 

Station 49 Location

12131 228th St NE,
Arlington, WA 98223