Fire District 21 Services
Public Records Request
Contact us or fill out our Public Records Request Form. You’ll hear back within 5 business days while we process your request. Once your request has been processed, we’ll collect a small fee at time of delivery.
Ride Along Waiver
We also have the opportunity for Students, and others, to participate in a “Ride Along” on the engine or a medic unit. Please download and fill out our “Ride Along Waiver” form.
Reflective Address Sign Program
We provide and install reflective address signs free of charge to help make sure we can get to your location as fast as possible and help eliminate any confusion.
Simply contact our fire station or fill out the form below to request one if you don’t already have one, the address has changed, or it needs repair.
Kids Fire Safety
Here are some fun items for the younger crowd! Please feel free to download, print these resources.
- Kids Coloring – Fire Safety
- Kids Coloring – Fire Engine
- Home Fire Escape Plan
- Home Safety Checklist
- Smoke Alarm Information
For more fun items for kids we recommend checking out Sparky The Fire Dog at Sparky.org.
Request for Burn Permit form. A fee of $15 will be collected.
We provide the following services to the citizens within District 21. Check the service area map.
Fire suppression (structural, wildland)
Emergency Medical Services (EMS)
Technical water rescue
Community classes (CPR, First Aid)
Blood pressure checks
Reflective address signs
Community Advisory Group
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.
Community Advisory Group – Are You Interested?
What they do
They would be sharing their ideas and thoughts regarding their Fire Department in the community.
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.