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Spokane Valley Fire Department
Established 1940

Proudly serving the Cities of Spokane Valley, Liberty Lake, Millwood, and parts of unincorporated Spokane County, including the communities of Otis Orchards, Pasadena Park, and the area surrounding Liberty Lake.  SVFD provides the following services:  Fire Suppression, Emergency Medical Services,  Technical Rescue, Vehicle Extrication, Hazardous Materials Response, Swift Water Rescue, Fire Investigations, Fire Prevention, Commercial Property Inspections, CPR and Fire Safety Training.  More Information…

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Training with District 8 for Summer Fire Season

Tuesday, April 28, 2015
Training with District 8 for Summer Fire Season
Late last week, Spokane County Fire District #8 spent three days conducting water supply equipment training with SVFD crews at our Training Center.

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SVFD Assists with Prescribed Burn

Friday, April 24, 2015
SVFD Assists with Prescribed Burn

Spokane Valley Fire Department sent Engine 9 and a three-person crew to assist with a prescribed 50-acre burn at the Turnbull National Wildlife Refuge on April 20.


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Fire Prevention Key Lesson for Centennial Middle School Students

Friday, March 27, 2015
Fire Prevention Key Lesson for Centennial Middle School Students

Seventh grade students engaged in hands-on learning about fire prevention, safety and investigation today at Centennial Middle School. Mako and his handler Rick Freier, Assistant Fire Marshal, visits middle school classrooms across the Spokane Valley to teach the scientific method and how it is used in fire investigations.


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Firefighters Benefit from Electrical, Natural Gas Safety Training with Avista

Friday, March 20, 2015
Firefighters Benefit from Electrical, Natural Gas Safety Training with Avista
SVFD public safety partner Avista Utilities spent the day yesterday providing timely electrical and natural gas safety awareness training for our firefighter first responders.

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SVFD’s New Community Affairs Officer

Wednesday, March 18, 2015
SVFD’s New Community Affairs Officer

The Spokane Valley Fire Department would like to take the opportunity to introduce our new Community Affairs Officer, Melanie Rose. Her background in marketing, public information, and community and media relations will be a tremendous asset to the Department in telling our story.


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A Conversation About Fire Insurance and Fire Protection Classification

Thursday, March 12, 2015
A Conversation About Fire Insurance and Fire Protection Classification

You don’t have to call 911 to benefit from a good fire department.  One day while sitting in my office, I received a call from a local insurance agent seeking some assistance.  She asked me what I knew about the Washington State Survey and Rating Bureau (WSRB).


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SVFD Partners with SKILS'KIN

Wednesday, March 11, 2015
SVFD Partners with SKILS'KIN
Spokane Valley Fire Department is proud to announce its partnership with SKILS'KIN, a not-for-profit, 501(c)(3) serving individuals with disabilities in the Inland Northwest; Great Falls, MT; and Cheyenne, WY.

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SVFD is Parterning with Public Safety Testing

Thursday, March 05, 2015
SVFD is Parterning with Public Safety Testing

SVFD will be partnering with Public Safety Testing (PST) for our upcoming entry level fire fighter testing. Continue to check our website for posting information. Additional information on PST can be found at www.publicsafetytesting.com




New Hydrants are Installed

Thursday, March 05, 2015
New Hydrants are Installed

In the pursuit to reduce response times and increase water availability, the Spokane Valley Fire Department has partnered with Consolidated Irrigation District #19 to install several fire hydrants within their service area to reduce the distance between fire hydrants. Consolidated Irrigation District #19 began operations in 1966 and maintains a large service area from the Spokane Valley Mall to the Idaho border, which includes Otis Orchards.



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March 1, 2015, Fire on Bates Road

Monday, March 02, 2015
March 1, 2015, Fire on Bates Road
At 9:27 a.m. on March 1st, the Spokane Valley Fire Department responded to a reported structure fire on S. Bates Rd.

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SVFD Crews Extinguish Apartment Fire

Wednesday, February 25, 2015
SVFD Crews Extinguish Apartment Fire

Spokane Valley Fire Department responded to a reported apartment fire in the area of Broadway and Vercler. The initial arriving crew found the fire involved two apartments, and was extending to the attic.


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2014 Fire Prevention Annual Report

Tuesday, February 24, 2015
2014 Fire Prevention Annual Report

The Spokane Valley Fire Department’s Prevention Bureau responsibilities include conducting fire investigations, plan reviews, fire code permit inspections, existing business inspections, and public fire and life safety education.

Click here to read the 2014 Fire Prevention Annual Report


Recent Incidents

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Friends & Family CPR Classes

CPR classes are taught by SVFD personnel one Saturday a month at the Spokane Valley Fire Department Training Center located at 2411 N. Pioneer Lane. Please call (509) 928-1700 for reservations. This class is provided to the public at no cost and is a participatory course only.

If you need to be certified, please contact the Inland Northwest Health Services at 509-242-4264 (www.healthtraining.inhs.org) or Washington State First Aid at 993-5529.

Twitter Incident Notifications

SVFD provides Twitter notifications for major incidents via the @SpokaneValleyFD handle. Subscribe to our feed today at http://twitter.com/SpokaneValleyFD, or text “follow SpokaneValleyFD” to 40404 in the United States (carrier rates apply).

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Mission: The Spokane Valley Fire Department prepares for and responds to emergencies protecting people, property, and the environment through a progressive and responsible approach to planning, education, and hazard prevention with a professionally trained, dedicated, and compassionate workforce.