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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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***Accepting Applications for Community Affairs Officer***

Thursday, September 18, 2014
***Accepting Applications for Community Affairs Officer***
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Restricted Fires - Burn Ban in Effect

Thursday, September 18, 2014
Restricted Fires - Burn Ban in Effect
The dry conditions continue so the burn restrictions remain in place.


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Managing Our Medical Supplies

Thursday, September 18, 2014
Managing Our Medical Supplies

Currently the Spokane Valley Fire Department has a group of individuals that are leading an effort to make improvements in how we order, stock, distribute, and track our medical inventory. The first step of the project was to get an idea of how much inventory we use and estimate the amount of waste that occurs annually in terms of dollars.


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Team Effort Helped Tackle Port of Entry Hazmat Incident

Tuesday, September 16, 2014
Team Effort Helped Tackle Port of Entry Hazmat Incident
Early Sunday afternoon a semi truck on its way to Moses Lake was stopped at the Washington Port of Entry after a driver in Idaho reported an ammonia smell coming from the truck. The truck was leaking trimethylamine anhydrous gas, and the Idaho State Police and the Washington State Patrol immediately called in hazardous materials crew to clean up the leak.

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Gone, But Not Forgotten - Marilyn Ferguson

Thursday, September 11, 2014

SVFD and Fire District 4 Work Together

Monday, September 08, 2014
SVFD and Fire District 4 Work Together

Firefighters from a Spokane County Fire District 4 Tender refill Spokane Valley Engine 9’s water tank after they assisted at a fire near Eloika Lake as part of a multi agency response August 27, 2014.


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Proper Disposal of Used Rags Can Save On Costly Repairs

Monday, September 08, 2014
Proper Disposal of Used Rags Can Save On Costly Repairs

The owner of these stairs arrived home just as a fire was starting. Oily rags from a deck staining project were bunched or balled up, which led to a fire starting from spontaneous combustion.


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Shelter in Place with Shelter Animals

Thursday, September 04, 2014
Shelter in Place with Shelter Animals

PulsePoint App Helps to Save Baby's Life

Thursday, September 04, 2014
PulsePoint App Helps to Save Baby's Life
The PulsePoint App helped to save the life of a baby in Post Falls.

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Car Seat Check 9/20/14

Wednesday, September 03, 2014

Spokane Valley, Fire Dist. 8 Strive for Speed with New Agreement

Tuesday, July 29, 2014
Spokane Valley, Fire Dist. 8 Strive for Speed with New Agreement
KREM.com presented a story on the new agreement between Spokane Valley Fire Department and Fire District 8.

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SVFD and District 8 Finalize Auto Aid Agreement

Wednesday, July 23, 2014
SVFD and District 8 Finalize Auto Aid Agreement

The Spokane Valley Fire Department and Spokane County Fire District 8 have finalized automatic aid agreement. Under the new arrangement, the borders between the two jurisdictions will essentially disappear and the closest available apparatus will respond to an emergency, regardless of agency.

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Pre Incident Planning Program

Tuesday, July 22, 2014
Pre Incident Planning Program
Members of Ladder 10, A-Shift descend from the roof of Numerica Credit Union at Broadway and Sullivan. The company was surveying the roof as part of the Pre-Incident Planning Program, a newly introduced effort to identify and record essential data about commercial occupancies.

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University and Otis Orchards Stations Remodeling

Sunday, July 13, 2014
University and Otis Orchards Stations Remodeling
University Fire Station 1 at 10319 East Sprague and Otis Orchards Fire Station 4 at 22406 East Wellesley will both be remodeled in the near future. They will be temporarily relocated during this process.
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Recent Incidents

The Last 5 Incidents:
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8:36 AMVL8Structure Fire
7:01 AMVL10EMS
6:43 AMVE2EMS
5:41 AMVE2EMS
3:46 AMVE1EMS
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Pre-Incident Planning Program

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

The Twitter notificaton is temporarily down.  Please check back for an update.
The department is now providing 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.