Welcome to the Shoreline Fire Department

Originally formed as King County Fire District No. 4, Shoreline Fire Department has served the community since 1939. It is our hope that this site will increase your awareness of what we do and how we serve the Shoreline community. On behalf of the staff of Shoreline Fire Department, we thank you for your continued support and encouragement!

Non-Emergency Inquiries

General Questions Call:

(206) 533-6500

Fire Prevention and Inspections

(206) 533-6565

FREE COVID-19 VACCINATIONS

Walk-In Vaccinations Now Available at the Shoreline Center Vaccination Site

The UW Medicine North King County Vaccination Clinic in Shoreline is now providing walk-in vaccinations for Moderna first and second doses for anyone 18 years and older and Pfizer first and second doses for anyone 12 years and older.

12 – 15-year-old vaccinations will begin Thursday, May 13th

Located in the auditorium at the Shoreline Center (18560 1st Ave NE, Shoreline, WA 98155), the clinic is open Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.; and Saturdays from 9am to 1:30pm. The best access is through the North parking lot off of 1st Ave NE between the Auditorium and Tennis Courts.

This UW Medicine vaccine site is operated in partnership with several North King County fire departments and the King County Vaccination Partnership, which serves to vaccinate as many King County residents as possible – equitably, efficiently and quickly.

APPOINTMENT HOTLINE: 206-520-8700 (press option #3)

Thank You for Supporting the Fire Benefit Charge

The Shoreline Fire Department would like to thank the people of the City of Shoreline who voted to approve the Fire Benefit Charge in 2021/ The Fire Benefit Charge (FBC) is a fee that is commensurate with the amount of inherent risk that a building poses. The FBC funds the District’s emergency services by apportioning the cost of providing those services appropriately due to the risk posed by the structure. It also allows the Department to diversify its revenue sources by having two main sources instead of one, which will provide long-term stability for the future.