Welcome to Snohomish County Fire District #21’s Website!
Fire District 21, or Arlington Rural, covers 70 square miles of the Stilly Valley surrounding the city of Arlington. We are separated by the Stillaguamish river into two sections, North and South. We protect 9,000 citizens with currently one fire station located in our North District (Arlington Heights) and contract with the City of Arlington Fire Department to cover our South District. SCFD 21 also contracts with the Arlington Fire Department for Paramedic service for the entire District. We enjoy being involved in our community and giving back whenever possible. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Chief Chad Schmidt at email@example.com
BURN BAN IN EFFECT FRIDAY, JUNE 25, 2021, AT 8AM!!!
Click on this link for full information https://firedistrict21.com/burn-ban-information
WINNER SELECTED FOR STATION 49 MASCOT!
Our winners for the new Mascot for Station 49 are brothers Aiden and Theodore Moon!!! They will receive a recognition party at the Fire Station and a ride in a Fire Truck! This Fighting Kangaroo Mascot logo will be used to show our Firefighters’ pride as they continuously fight to serve and protect the Citizens of Arlington Heights! Click here to see Mascot.
Our 2nd Place Winner is Ben Hedgcoth! His Mascot picture will hang on the wall at the Fire Station! Click here to see Ben’s picture.
CONGRATULATIONS to all our Winners!
Congratulations to our newest Full Time Employee – David Carter!
“Push-In” Ceremony for New Fire Engine!
Learn the Latest Facts about our Fire District! Click Here!
Click here to read the District’s latest Newsletter for April of 2021!
Please click here to view the District’s minimum Standards of Cover for protection of Fire District #21.
Community Fire Task Force – Are You Interested??
Fire District No. 21 is looking for people in the community that would be interested in sharing their ideas and thoughts regarding their Fire Department. We would love to have all areas of the District represented on this task force. If you think this is something you would be interested in, please fill this Letter of Interest out and mail or drop it off at the address to the right, or email it to Chief Schmidt at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Potential Homeowner Insurance Premium Savings (Updated 2/6/2020):
Periodically, every fire department in the State of Washington is audited by the Washington Survey and Rating Bureau to determine their community’s Protection Class rating. This rating allows a fire department to see how they match up with other comparable agencies. The lower the Protection Class rating, the better the fire protection, resulting in potential discounts for property owners and renters with insurance policies on their homes.
During the process of this audit, evaluators look at almost every aspect of how a fire department operates, from both an operational standpoint and administratively. Everything from evaluating the maintenance records on our emergency vehicles, to observing our training and operating standards, it all is considered when determining a Protection Class Rating.
Historically, Fire District No. 21 has been rated a Protection Class rating of 8A in most areas and a 9A in areas more than five miles from a fire station. We are pleased to announce that the WSRB has significantly improved our Protection Class ratings to the following: (WSRB 2-6-2020 – Present this to your Insurance Agent)
- If you live within five miles from a fire station and within 1000 feet from a fire hydrant, you have improved from PC 5 to Protection Class Rating 4
- If you live within five miles from a fire station and exceed 1000 feet from a fire hydrant, you have improved from PC 6 to Protection Class Rating 5
- If you live more than five, but less than seven miles from a fire station, your rating is Protection Class Rating 9
These vast improvements are due to the hard work and effort that our dedicated firefighters and staff have put forth to ensure consistent outstanding levels of service.
Burn Permit 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 on the following link to access their web page.
Snohomish County Fire Marshal’s Burn Info: