Fire Service Day Open House
Thank you for joining us at our first annual Fire Service Day Open House, on Saturday, May 11th. Your participation helped to make the event a huge success. Thanks also the the members of SCFD8 who volunteered their time, and to our many partners for sharing in the day. We look forward to seeing you again next year for Fire Service Day 2014!
Spokane County Fire District 8 provides a full range of services including fire suppression, emergency medical services, fire prevention and investigation, and associated support and maintenance services to 20,206 citizens in a 110 square mile area in south Spokane County. SCFD8 responded to 1,352 incidents in 2011 from four strategically located stations. Each station is staffed twenty-four hours a day with a combination of career, temporary hourly, resident, and volunteer personnel.
Spokane County Fire District 8 operates under the State of Washington laws and codes that govern fire departments and is under the direction of a three person Board of Fire Commissioners.
Spokane County Outdoor Burning Regulations
Burning responsibly is the best way to prevent unwanted wildfires and thousands of dollars in suppression costs. Escaped debris burns are a leading cause of wildfires in the state of Washington.
Burning to dispose of natural vegetation from improved residential property is not an option in most areas of Spokane County. Find out what Spokane County Outdoor Burning Regulations are in your area.
Customer Satisfaction Survey:
We are constantly seeking ways to improve our service to our customers. If SCFD8 has responded to an emergency for you or a family member, please take a few minutes to complete our Customer Satisfaction Survey. We welcome your feedback and comments.