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Station 1 – University

 

10319 E. Sprague Ave.
Spokane Valley, WA 99206

  • Provides Advanced Life Support (ALS) with Paramedic on duty
  • Year Built: 1976 (remodeled: 2014)
  • Number of Crews: 1 crew and 1 Battalion Chief (Battalion 1)
  • Emergency Apparatus: Engine 1 (2016 KME Predator XL), Valley 21 (2010 Ford F350)
  • Reserve/Support Apparatus: Engine 12
  • Additional Support Functions: Houses Training Simulation Lab
Station 2 – Millwood

9111 E. Frederick Ave.
Spokane, WA 99206

  • Provides Advanced Life Support (ALS) with Paramedic on duty
  • Year Built: 2002 (remodeled: 2016)
  • Number of Crews: 1 crew
  • Emergency Apparatus: Engine 2 (2006 Seagrave Pumper)
  • Reserve/Support Apparatus: Tech Rescue Trailer, Tow Truck
    Station 3 – Liberty Lake

    21300 E. Country Vista Drive

    Liberty Lake, WA 99019

    • Provides Advanced Life Support (ALS) with Paramedic on duty
    • Year Built: 2017
    • Number of Crews: 1 crew
    • Emergency Apparatus: Engine 3 (2015 KME Pumper)
    • Reserve/Support Apparatus: ATV, Air Trailer, Flat Bed Tow Truck
    • Additional Support Functions: Self-Contained Breathing Apparatus (SCBA)
    Station 4 – Otis Orchards

    22406 E. Wellesley Ave.
    Otis Orchards, WA 99027

    • Provides Basic Life Support (BLS) with EMTs on duty
    • Year Built: 1984
    • Number of Crews: 1 crew
    • Emergency Apparatus: Engine 4 (2003 Pierce Dash – Engine)
    • Reserve/Support Apparatus: Brush Truck 4
    • Emergency Specialty Skills: Extrication
    • Additional Support Functions: Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Clothing Repair
      Station 5 – Sullivan

      15510 E. Marietta Ave.
      Spokane Valley, WA 99216

      • Provides Advanced Life Support (ALS) with Paramedic on duty
      • Year Built: 1994
      • Number of Crews: 1 crew
      • Emergency Apparatus: Engine 5 (2007 Seagrave Marauder II)
      • Reserve/Support Apparatus: Engine 14, Water Rescue 5
      • Emergency Specialty Skills: Special Operations (Rescue)
      Station 6 – Edgecliff

      6306 E. Sprague Ave.
      Spokane Valley, WA 99212

      • Provides Advanced Life Support (ALS) with Paramedic on duty
      • Year Built: 2012
      • Number of Crews: 1 crew
      • Emergency Apparatus: Engine 6 (2013 KME Pumper)
      • Reserve/Support Apparatus: Brush Truck 6
      • Emergency Specialty Skills: Extrication
      Station 7 – Evergreen

      1121 S. Evergreen Rd.
      Spokane Valley, WA 99037

      • Provides Advanced Life Support (ALS) with Paramedic on duty
      • Year Built: 1994 (remodeled: 2015)
      • Number of Crews: 1 crew
      • Emergency Apparatus: Engine 7 (2015 KME Pumper)
      • Reserve/Support Apparatus: Engine 13
      • Additional Support Functions: Paramedic Training
      Station 8 – Pinecroft

      2110 N. Wilbur Rd.
      Spokane Valley, WA 99206

      • Provides Advanced Life Support (ALS) with Paramedic on duty – Rescue 8
      • Provides Basic Life Support (BLS) with EMTs on duty – Ladder 8
      • Year Built: 2004
      • Number of Crews: 2 crews and Safety Officer
      • Emergency Apparatus: Ladder 8 (2001 Pierce Dash/105’ Ladder), Rescue 8 (2011 KME Heavy Rescue), Valley 31
      • Reserve/Support Apparatus: Water Rescue 8
      • Emergency Specialty Skills: Special Operations (rescue); Extrication
      • Additional Support Functions: Conference Room available for public meetings @ 928-1700
      Station 9 – South Valley

      12121 E. 32nd Ave.
      Spokane Valley, WA 99206

      • Provides Basic Life Support (BLS) with EMTs on duty
      • Year Built: 2008
      • Number of Crews: 1 crew
      • Emergency Apparatus: Engine 9 (2007 Kenworth T-300/Type II Engine)
      • Reserve/Support Apparatus: Communications Trailer
      • Additional Support Functions: Wildland Fire Training, Communications Equipment
      Station 10 – Greenacres

      17217 E. Sprague Ave.
      Spokane, WA 99016

      • Provides Basic Life Support (BLS) with EMTs on duty
      • Year Built: 2010
      • Number of Crews: 1 crew and 1 Battalion Chief (Battalion 2)
      • Emergency Apparatus: Ladder 10 (2016 KME Predator XL 101′ Ladder), Valley 22 (2015 Ford F350)
      • Reserve/Support Apparatus: Ladder 1, Brush Truck 10, Mass Casualty Incident Trailer
      • Additional Support Functions: Extractor and dryer to wash firefighting clothing
      Fire Administration

      2120 N. Wilbur Rd.
      Spokane Valley, WA 99206

      928-1700

      • Provides administrative support for all Department activities and functions
      • Year Built: 2012
      • Conference room available for public meetings @ 928-1700
      Training & Fleet Maintenance Center

      2411 N. Pioneer Lane
      Spokane Valley, WA 99216

      • Provides facility for firefighter training including tower, classroom and grounds
      • Provides centralized maintenance facility for all SVFD fleet vehicles
      • Year Built: 1993

      Did you Know?

       

      • You should replace the batteries in your smoke alarms twice a year.
      • Creating a defensible space with regards to wildfires could just save your home or property.

      Commissioner Patrick Burch

      Board Member Since: July 18, 2016
      Current term expires: December 31, 2025

      Commissioner Burch was appointed to the Board of Fire Commissioners in July 2016 to fill an unexpired term and has served continuously since that time. Commissioner Burch is co-owner and Business Manager of Neurotherapy Northwest. He became a volunteer member of the Department’s CERT Team in 2008 and later served as a team leader/member of Fire Corps.

      “I admire the Spokane Valley Fire Department’s focus on continuous improvement. Our dedication to the community, fiscal responsibility and the fact that we are one of the few accredited fire departments in the State of Washington all make SVFD great!”

      Note: As the individual appointed to this non-partisan position, Commissioner Burch was elected by voters in November 2017.

      Commissioner Mike Kester

      Board Member Since: January 1, 2020
      Current six year term expires: December 31, 2025

      Commissioner Mike Kester was elected to the Board of Fire Commissioners in November, 2019.

      Commissioner Kester grew up in the Spokane area and has a deep appreciation for just how fortunate we all are to live in this beautiful area. He believes that being involved in this community is not something to take lightly.

      His background includes joining the United States Coast Guard (U.S.C.G) after high school and serving on a port firefighting boat doing search and rescue in Portland, Oregon.  After the Coast Guard, he attended the University of Montana earning a Bachelor’s Degree in Resource Management.  He then went on to work for the Montana Department of Fish, Wildlife, and Parks, serving in their Parks Department.

      Spokane was the next step in his career. He  went to work for the Burlington Santa Fe Railroad and the next 22 years was spent as a conductor moving freight. Commissioner Kester  retired in 2010 after a workplace injury and now,  he and his wife enjoy making meals for World War II Veterans, helping out at the YMCA ,and providing meals for those in need.

      “In the 25 years of being a resident of the Spokane Valley the professionalism of the SVFD has inspired me to take an active part in bettering our community. We have one of the best fire departments in the whole Pacific Northwest. My wife and I have 3 children and 5 grandchildren. I have dedicated my life to keeping them safe.  I want to apply that dedication to our community.  Keeping us all safe is a goal we should all aspire to in one way or another. Communication within the department and with the public is, and always will be one of my primary goals.”

      Commissioner John Guarisco

      Board Member since: August 27, 2018
      Current six year term expires: December 31, 2027

      Commissioner Guarisco was appointed to the Board of Fire Commissioners in August 2018 to fill an unexpired term and has served continuously since that time. Commissioner Guarisco founded Marjoni Marketing in 2004 and in 2010 merged with MDI marketing. He then pursued Real Estate, earning his license and now, currently serves the greater Spokane area as a licensed Realtor. He has long been active in the community and has won numerous awards during his career including the Volunteer of the Year (2014) and the Community Caring Award (2010) from the Greater Spokane Valley Chamber of Commerce.  He is a member of the Greater Spokane Valley Rotary Club and holds an AA degree from Spokane Falls Community College.

      Note: As the individual appointed to this non-partisan position, Commissioner Guarisco was elected by voters in November 2019.

      Commissioner Bill Anderson

      Board Member since: January 1, 2000
      Current six year term expires: December 31, 2023

      Commissioner Anderson served our community as a Spokane Valley Fire Department firefighter for 29 years. Throughout his career, he worked as a firefighter, dispatcher and engineer before he was promoted and became an officer. He was Station Captain of Millwood Station 2 when he retired in 1999. During his years as firefighter, he was an active leader of Spokane Valley Firefighters Local 876 and served as a trustee on the Washington State Council of Firefighters for 25 years.

      “It’s important to me that we continue the good service we’ve always given the people. We’ve accomplished a lot and are pulling in the same direction to get better. I’m very proud of the Spokane Valley Fire Department.”

      Commissioner Brian Asmus

      Board Member Since: June 14, 2021
      Current term expires: 

      Commissioner Brian Asmus was appointed to the Spokane Valley Fire Department Board of Fire Commissioners in 2021.

      Commissioner Asmus is the former Liberty Lake Police Chief and current Director of Safety and Security at Central Valley School District (CVSD).

      “Brian Asmus brings extensive Public Safety leadership experience, and a long history of being actively engaged in his community to his new role as a SVFD Commissioner,” said SVFD Fire Chief, Bryan Collins. “During his time as a Police Chief, Brian interacted with SVFD firefighters and administrators on a regular basis, making him very familiar with our structure, standing within our communities, as well as with many of our current SVFD board members and personnel. Brian’s experience working and collaborating on regional issues aligns nicely with SVFD’s philosophy and will help us continue to be a catalyst for local and regional excellence and innovation.”

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