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Key Documents

2023 Digital Annual Report

Below, you can find a detailed breakdown of our run numbers from 2023. Of note, the City of Spokane Valley accounts for 85% of our total call volume and 80% of our call volume growth over the last 5 years. 

Advantage Spokane shows the city’s we serve growth strategy within the Spokane Metro Area.

 The City of Spokane Valley, City of Liberty Lake and the City of Millwood (as represented through the Greater Spokane Valley Chamber of Commerce) have all shown significant investment in business and community growth.

As the communities we serve grow, we maintain the highest commitment to serving our citizens with the best emergency services and community risk reduction strategies. Be on the lookout for our updated Strategic Plan to keep up with the growth to meet the growing need for our emergency services.

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FINANCIAL STATEMENT  AUDIT REPORT

The Financial Statement Audit reviews whether our financial statements met the reporting requirements of WA State statutes.  We have a history of clean audits. It’s important that our taxpayers know we are good stewards of their tax dollars. We take this responsibility seriously.

ACCOUNTABILTY AUDIT REPORT

Spokane Valley Fire Department complied, in all material respects, with applicable state laws, regulations, and its own policies, and provided adequate controls over the safeguarding of public resources.

2024 ANNUAL BUDGET

The Department’s plan for expected revenues and intended expenditures for the fiscal year, which runs January 1 – December 31. The development and eventual adoption of the budget requires careful, prudent planning by the entire leadership team and the Board of Fire Commissioners.

2023 ANNUAL BUDGET

The Department’s plan for expected revenues and intended expenditures for the fiscal year, which runs January 1 – December 31. The development and eventual adoption of the budget requires careful, prudent planning by the entire leadership team and the Board of Fire Commissioners.

2022 ANNUAL REPORT

Keeping public trust by protecting people, property, and our community every hour of every day.

2022 ANNUAL BUDGET

The Department’s plan for expected revenues and intended expenditures for the fiscal year, which runs January 1 – December 31. The development and eventual adoption of the budget requires careful, prudent planning by the entire leadership team and the Board of Fire Commissioners.

2021 ANNUAL REPORT

Keeping public trust by protecting people, property, and our community every hour of every day.

2021 SELF-ASSESSMENT MANUAL

SELF-ASSESSMENT MANUAL (SAM)
Center for Public Safety Excellence
2021 Re-Accreditation

2021 ANNUAL BUDGET

The Department’s plan for expected revenues and intended expenditures for the fiscal year, which runs January 1 – December 31. The development and eventual adoption of the budget requires careful, prudent planning by the entire leadership team and the Board of Fire Commissioners.

2020 ANNUAL REPORT

Keeping public trust by protecting people, property, and our community every hour of every day.

2020 ANNUAL FINANCE REPORT (UNAUDITED)

AA report for our community that describes revenues and expenditures for the 2020 fiscal year which runs January 1 – December 31.

2020 ANNUAL BUDGET

The Department’s plan for expected revenues and intended expenditures for the fiscal year 2020, which runs January 1 – December 31

2018-2023 STRATEGIC PLAN

A key foundational document that provides guidance as we work to build and improve our organization, the Strategic Plan was developed by a cross-section of stakeholders. The plan includes trends, opportunities and challenges that could significantly impact our organization over the next five years.

STANDARDS OF COVER

A plan for continuous improvement, this is a lengthy, detailed document that establishes the distribution, concentration and deployment of fixed and mobile resources for our organization. The Standards of Cover is an essential document tied to our status as an Internationally Accredited Fire Department.

2014 EMERGENCY SERVICES MASTER PLAN

Used by the Department for future planning for the delivery of comprehensive emergency services to our citizens, this plan evaluates current conditions, projects future growth, development and service demand, and provides recommendations to enhance current services and provide an equal level of service over the next 10 to 15 years.