Find King County Washington fire departments, city fire stations, firefighters, brigades, chiefs, inspectors, marshals, and local volunteers. Fire departments provide information on fire risk assessment, permits, fire alarms, and safety guidance.
Bellevue Fire Department 450 110th Avenue Northeast Bellevue WA 98004 425-452-6892
Black Diamond Fire Department 22015 Southeast 296th Street Black Diamond WA 98010 360-886-1678
Boeing Fire Department 7500 East Marginal Way South Seattle WA 98108 206-655-7700
Bothell Fire Department 10726 Beardslee Boulevard Bothell WA 98011 425-486-1678
Eastside Fire & Rescue Headquarters 175 Newport Way Northwest Issaquah WA 98027 425-392-3433
Kent Fire & Life Safety 24611 116th Avenue Southeast Kent WA 98030 253-856-4300
Kent Fire Department Station 45 2929 South 200th Street SeaTac WA 98198 206-973-4500
King County Fire District 1330 Wells Street Enumclaw WA 98022 360-825-5544
King County Fire District 15100 8th Avenue Southwest Burien WA 98166 206-242-2040
King County Fire District # 20 12424 76th Avenue South Seattle WA 98178 206-772-1430
King County Fire District #50 107 Northeast Old Cascade Highway Skykomish WA 98288 360-677-2686
King County Fire District 16 - Northshore Fire Department 18030 73rd Avenue Northeast Kenmore WA 98028 425-486-2784
King County Fire District 27 4301 334th Place Southeast Fall City WA 98024 425-222-5841
King County Fire District 44 32316 148th Avenue Southeast Auburn WA 98092 253-735-0284
King County Fire Protection 33536 Southeast 309th Street Ravensdale WA 98051 360-886-1915
King County Fire Protection District 38 13635 424th Avenue Southeast North Bend WA 98045 425-392-3433
King County Fire Protection District 45 15600 1st Avenue Northeast Duvall WA 98019 425-788-1625
King County International Airport Aircraft Rescue Firefighting 7300 Perimeter Road South Seattle WA 98108 206-296-7440
Kirkland Fire Department 123 5th Avenue Kirkland WA 98033 425-587-3600
Maple Valley Fire & Life Safety 23775 Southeast 264th Street Maple Valley WA 98038 425-432-0200
The Fire Department will often block one or more lanes at the scene of an auto accident to provide room for the fire personnel to respond to the emergency. The extra space helps to keep the fire personnel safe from other traffic hazards.
You should evacuate your family and pets from the house. Call 911 from a safe location or a neighbor's house. Do not call 911 from inside your house. The use of a phone inside your home could ignite the gas.
You should safely pull to the right side of the road. If you are unable to pull to the side, stop your vehicle and do not move until the emergency vehicle has passed you.