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HEATING YOUR HOME SAFELY THIS WINTER

HEATING YOUR HOME SAFELY THIS WINTER

As the weather has been changing and it’s been getting colder, we want to take this opportunity to remind you about home heating safety. Did you know? Home fires occur more in the winter months than during any other time of the year. Heating is the second leading cause of home hires, behind cooking fires. […]

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SPOKANE VALLEY FIRE BRINGS ON ADDITIONAL ALTERNATIVE RESPONSE UNIT

SPOKANE VALLEY FIRE BRINGS ON ADDITIONAL ALTERNATIVE RESPONSE UNIT

Spokane Valley Fire Department (SVFD) has a new Alternative Response Unit (ARU).  Following the achievements of the Spokane Valley Fire Department’s first Alternative Response Unit (ARU), SVFD is happy to announce the arrival of a second ARU that will further the goals and objectives for quality and timely service to our community.       […]

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WELCOME NEW LADDER 8

WELCOME NEW LADDER 8

Spokane Valley Fire has a new Ladder Truck. Ladder 8 is a tiller drawn apparatus. This new Truck was designed by SVFD personnel who are and will be the end users of Ladder 8. This truck is designed to be especially efficient, effective and tailored for use to meet our specific community’s needs. Tiller trucks […]

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HALLOWEEN 2020 SAFETY

HALLOWEEN 2020 SAFETY

The pandemic is still with us as Halloween 2020 approaches! With care and creativity, the silly, spooky spirt of the holiday can safely haunt the late October air without the spread of tricky COVID-19. The safety tips gathered in this article will cover COVID-19 precautions for celebrating the holiday, as well as how to keep […]

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REGIONAL FIRE MARSHALS LIFT BURN RESTRICTIONS  FOR THE SPOKANE AREA

REGIONAL FIRE MARSHALS LIFT BURN RESTRICTIONS FOR THE SPOKANE AREA

EFFECTIVE, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 20 The outdoor recreational fire restrictions that were implemented on July 20 are being lifted.  This will take effect at 8 a.m. Tuesday morning, October 20.  Due to the current and forecasted cooler and wetter conditions, restrictions for specified outdoor recreational fires (campfires, fire bowls, and fire pits) have been lifted for […]

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