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Don’t Smoke? Smoking Fires Can Still Impact You

Don’t Smoke? Smoking Fires Can Still Impact You

The statistics are grim. In 2018, every significant residential fire in the Spokane Valley Fire Department service area has been caused by the improper disposal of smoking materials. Don’t smoke? Fires caused by smoking materials can still impact you.

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Outdoor Recreational Burn Restrictions Lifted

Outdoor Recreational Burn Restrictions Lifted

The SVFD Fire Marshal has announced that the outdoor recreational burn restrictions implemented on July 16 are lifted, effective October 12, 2018.

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Join Us on Sept. 29 for our Annual Open House

Join Us on Sept. 29 for our Annual Open House

Everyone is invited to join us for a day of FREE family fun! Watch live fire demonstrations, squirt a real fire hose and see fire engines, trucks and a helicopter! Meet firefighters and try on their gear! Enjoy hot dogs and beverages before you take home some cool giveaways! And much, much more!

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Welcome New Commissioner John Guarisco

Welcome New Commissioner John Guarisco

The Board of Fire Commissioners has appointed John Guarisco to fill a vacancy on the Board. He was sworn in on August 27, 2018. The long-time Valley resident and CVHS grad is passionate about community service.

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From the Chief: Summer Wildland Fire Season and Smoke is in the Air

From the Chief: Summer Wildland Fire Season and Smoke is in the Air

It’s August and we are right in the middle of this region’s “wildland fire season”. Almost exclusively, the fires that are burning have been “human caused.” I urge you to use caution when working or recreating in an area with dry vegetation. No outdoor burning should be conducted until the current burning restrictions are lifted.

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