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Thank You Battalion Chief Rod Bush

We would like to wish Battalion Chief Rod Bush good luck after a 35-year career with the Shoreline Fire Department. Rod started his career as a part-time firefighter in 1986 and was hired full-time in September 1988. In October 1996, Rod was promoted to the newly created position of Fire Apparatus…

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Assistance Programs In Our Community

Northshore Fire Department would love to highlight some amazing assistance programs that are available in our community for those in need.

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Notice of 2022 Budget Hearing

TO:  All owners of personal property and improvements to real property located within the geographical boundaries of King County Fire District No. 16 (City of Lake Forest Park and the City of Kenmore):

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Thank You Deputy Fire Marshal Darrel Nahinu

Deputy Fire Marshal Darrel Nahinu will work his last shift of an over 25 year career today. Darrel was hired as a full-time firefighter with Shoreline Fire Department in 1996. In 2011, Darrel was promoted to the position of Driver Engineer and spent 8 years operating our fire engines and ladder…

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Female Perspectives on EMS and the Fire Service

Kirkland Fire to Host Virtual Seminar: Female Perspectives on EMS and Fire Service Are you a female that’s ever considered a career in EMS or the Fire Service but wanted to learn more? Here’s your chance. The event is free, but you must register using the Register Button, or scan the QR code on the…

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2020 Annual Report

Northshore Fire's 2020 Annual Report is now available. Click below for a recap of the developments and accomplishments of last year.

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Child Passenger Safety Week 101

Are your children ready to move out of their booster seat? It’s Child Passenger Safety Week! Are you using the right seat to keep your children safe? Call for an appointment (206) 533-6564.

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9/11 Remembrance Event

NORTHSHORE FIRE INVITES YOU TO JOIN US FOR A 9/11 REMEMBRANCE EVENT  September 11th at 8:45 a.m. - Flag Ceremony 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. - 9/11 Memorial Viewing

Phase 1 Burn Ban

PHASE 1 BURN BAN EFFECTIVE TODAY, July 12, 2021 In support of Governor Inslee’s Emergency Burn Ban Proclamation, the King County Fire Chiefs, and Northshore Fire Department has issued a Phase 1 burn ban. The ban will remain in effect through September 30, 2021 but may be extended or modified if…