New Ladder 10 Crew
Meeting the Press
Firefighters train every day—and sometimes at night—to be prepared to respond to all types of emergencies.
SVFD conducts free smoke alarm installations and can check your existing smoke alarms.
We provide hundreds of station and engine tours each year to families and small groups interested in learning more about the fire service.
Annual Pre-Incident Planning (PIP) visits to commercial buildings helps firefighters quickly respond to buildings during an emergency.
Our commercial plan review ensures new construction includes wide open roadways, easy turn radius for fire engines and corner fire hydrants.
Following months of preparation, the Spokane Valley Fire Department (SVFD) last week again successfully earned Accreditation by the Commission on Fire Accreditation International (CFAI).
Learn about how to prevent carbon monoxide (CO) poisoning in your home
This single mother is gaining new job skills at SCC, thanks in part to the SVFD Employees’ Scholarship Fund.
The Spokane County Department of Emergency Management is the ‘go to’ resource for information about the fires burning in Spokane County.
Due to increasing temperatures, fuel conditions, and fire potential forecasting, it is that time of year again to recognize the potential for wildfire in our region
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