The Lynnwood Fire Department is dedicated to protect Life, Property and the Environment within the community through education, prevention and emergency response to fire, medical and hazardous conditions.
The Lynnwood Fire Department provides a wide variety of emergency and non-emergency services to the citizens and visitors of Lynnwood. These services include fire prevention, fire suppression, public education, emergency medical, hazardous materials and specialized rescue responses.
Our department consists of 50 full-time career Firefighter/Emergency Medical Technicians (EMTs), Paramedics and Fire Inspectors responsible for protecting over 36,000 residents within approximately 8 square mile area.
We staff two stations full-time and respond to an average of over 6,000 alarms annually, approximately 75% of which are emergency medical calls.
In cooperation with several area fire departments, the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), and the Snohomish County Emergency Services Coordinating Agency (ESCA), we also provide Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) training several times a year. For additional information or to register for CERT classes please contact ESCA at (425) 776-3722.
Station 14 is located at 18800 68th Avenue W and houses an Aid Car and an Engine. Free blood pressure checks are available from 8 AM - 5 PM, 7 days a week if the crew is not on a call.
Station 15 is located at 18800 44th Avenue W and houses a Paramedic Unit, Aid Unit, Engine, Ladder Truck, Support 7, Communications Van, Reserve Engine, and a Reserve Aid Car. Free blood pressure checks are available Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 9 AM - 12 PM.
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- Maintain technical proficiencies through training and education
- Advocate preventing rather than reacting to emergencies
- Provide members opportunities for professional development
- Promote a collaborative labor/management partnership
- Ensure resources meet the needs of a diverse community
- Display leadership in the fire service and the community