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FIRE SAFETY MESSAGE FROM SVFD FIRE CHIEF, BRYAN COLLINS

FIRE SAFETY MESSAGE FROM SVFD FIRE CHIEF, BRYAN COLLINS

As we head into summer weather and wildfire season, Spokane Valley Fire Department Fire Chief, Bryan Collins has some fire safety concerns for our community. Illegal burning is a growing category for the Spokane Valley Fire Department.  In 2016, we had 90 incidence. 2017 – 81 2018 – 93 2019 – 100 This year so […]

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LEAVING HOME? KNOW THE COVID-19 RISKS BEFORE YOU GO

LEAVING HOME? KNOW THE COVID-19 RISKS BEFORE YOU GO

Many of us are eager to get out of the house. While there is no doubt you are safer at home as COVID-19 continues to spread, there are several considerations and actions you can take so that if you head out, you can do so as safely as possible. 4 Things to Consider There is […]

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GUIDE TO MONITORING WILDFIRE SMOKE AND FIRE DANGER

GUIDE TO MONITORING WILDFIRE SMOKE AND FIRE DANGER

We want to help you keep tabs on fire danger and air quality this wildfire season. Even after a rainy June, summer began with a tally of almost 500 wildfire starts across the state—almost double from previous years—according to Washington Department of Natural Resources (DNR). When temperatures rise and humidity drops, a tiny spark from […]

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JULY 2020

JULY 2020

Building Safety Month is a global campaign to raise awareness about the importance of building safety. Building Safety Month provides homeowners, government officials, and the public with the necessary information for ensuring safety in the spaces where they live, work and learn.

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