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Spotlight: Joe Schindler

Spotlight: Joe Schindler

This veteran firefighter writes about Courage, the PACE Character Trait for May. SVFD became a PACE Partner in 2015, promoting good character within our community.

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Emergency Communications Improvements Coming with Proposition 1 Approval

Emergency Communications Improvements Coming with Proposition 1 Approval

On April 25, voters approved Spokane County’s Proposition 1, a sales tax renewal measure to maintain and improve emergency communications, 911 and Crime Check in our community. Read more about the improvements planned for 2017 and 2018.

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Safety Tip: Prevent Cooking Fires

Safety Tip: Prevent Cooking Fires

It’s a Fact. More than half of the residential building fires responded to by the Spokane Valley Fire Department are cooking fires. Keep an eye on what you fry! Learn how to prevent and stop cooking fires.

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10jun9:00 am- 11:30 amFriends & Family CPR Class (Adult-Child-Morning-June 10)Class9:00 am - 11:30 am PST Training Center

10jun11:30 am- 2:00 pmFriends & Family CPR Class (Infant-June 10)Class11:30 am - 2:00 pm PST Training Center

10jun2:00 pm- 4:30 pmFriends & Family CPR Class (Adult-Child-Afternoon-June 10)Class2:00 pm - 4:30 pm PST Training Center

12jun4:00 pmFire Commissioner Meeting-2nd Monday of month4:00 pm PST Administration

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Safety Tip: Prevent Cooking Fires

It’s a Fact. More than half of the residential building fires responded to by the Spokane Valley Fire Department are cooking fires. Keep an eye on what you fry! Learn how to prevent and stop cooking fires.

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Spotlight: Joe Schindler

Spotlight: Joe Schindler

This veteran firefighter writes about Courage, the PACE Character Trait for May. SVFD became a PACE Partner in 2015, promoting good character within our community.

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