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WATER SAFETY MESSAGES FROM YOUR SWIFT WATER RESCUE TEAM

WATER SAFETY MESSAGES FROM YOUR SWIFT WATER RESCUE TEAM

Summer is coming to a close but the weather is remaining warm.  As we spend our last few warm weekends recreating on our rivers and lakes, please continue to practice water safety. Please remember to be safe when enjoying time at the lake, river, or any other body of water.  Wear a personal flotation device […]

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SUMMER WATER AND BOATING SAFETY

SUMMER WATER AND BOATING SAFETY

It’s summertime in Spokane and many of us are enjoying the hot days out on the water. Please remember to be safe when enjoying time at the lake, river, or any other body of water.  Wear a personal flotation device (life jacket) any time you’re on or in the water. When boating, make sure you […]

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SVFD HAS A NEW “WRAP” ON THEIR FIRE PREVENTION TRAILER THANKS TO CW WRAPS!

SVFD HAS A NEW “WRAP” ON THEIR FIRE PREVENTION TRAILER THANKS TO CW WRAPS!

Spokane Valley Fire Department now has an additional way to spread the word about smoke alarms.  We recently had our Fire Prevention trailer “wrapped” with important smoke alarm awareness messages.  The trailer will help us transport equipment to various community and fire prevention events.   This new “wrap” was donated by CW Wraps.  “I am […]

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SUPER SAFE GRILLING

SUPER SAFE GRILLING

Grilling is a beloved outdoor cooking tradition, and even under our current local fire restrictions (see the 7/20/2020 notice) and health mandates under the Covid-19 pandemic, it can still be safe and enjoyable. Whether you are using a charcoal or propane grill, experienced or just learning, your knowledge of safe practices can prevent serious injury […]

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PREPARING FOR WILDLAND FIRE SEASON

PREPARING FOR WILDLAND FIRE SEASON

Summer has arrived and it’s hot and dry outside! Spokane Valley Fire Department Fire Chief, Bryan Collins and Assistant Fire Marshal, Brett Anderson have some recommendations to help keep your home and fire safe should a fire occur here in our community. And, Remember, area Fire Marshals have enacted Burn Restrictions County wide.  We are […]

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