Snohomish County Fire Department

Find Snohomish 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.


Arlington Fire Department 6231 188th Street Northeast Arlington WA 98223 360-403-3600


Darrington Fire District 24 1115 Seeman Street Darrington WA 98241 360-436-1338

Edmonds Fire Department 121 5th Avenue South Edmonds WA 98020 425-771-0215

Everett Fire Department 2811 Oakes Avenue Everett WA 98201 425-257-8100

Granite Falls Fire Department 116 South Granite Avenue Granite Falls WA 98252 360-691-5553

Lake Stevens Fire Department Station 82 9811 Chapel Hill Road Lake Stevens WA 98258 425-334-3034

Lynnwood Fire Department 18800 44th Avenue West Lynnwood WA 98036 425-775-3473

Marysville Fire District 1094 Cedar Avenue Marysville WA 98270 360-363-8500

Mountlake Terrace Fire Department 23204 58th Avenue West Mountlake Terrace WA 98043 425-551-1200

Mukilteo Fire Department 10400 47th Place West Mukilteo WA 98275 425-263-8150

North County Regional Fire Authority 19727 Marine Drive Stanwood WA 98292 360-652-1246

Oso Fire Department 21824 State Route 530 Northeast Arlington WA 98223 360-435-2672

Paine Field Airport Fire Station 3601 109th Street Southwest Everett WA 98204 425-353-1606

Snohomish County FPD No 7 8010 180th Street Southeast Snohomish WA 98296 360-668-5357

Snohomish County Fire Department 8424 99th Avenue Northeast Arlington WA 98223 360-659-6400

Snohomish County Fire District 15 7812 Water Works Road Tulalip WA 98271 360-659-2416

Snohomish County Fire District 4 427 Maple Avenue Snohomish WA 98290 360-568-8787

Snohomish County Fire District One 12310 Meridian Avenue South Everett WA 98208 425-551-1200

Snohomish Fire & Rescue 1525 Avenue D Snohomish WA 98290 360-568-2141

Snohomish Fire District 28 512 Avenue A Index WA 98256 360-793-0866

What is a Fire Department?

A fire department is an emergency services agency entrusted with responsibility for firefighting services in a particular area. The line of hierarchy in a fire department begins with a fire chief who is the top-ranking officer in command. Lower-ranking officers include an assistant chief, battalion chief, captain, and lieutenant, as well as paramedics and firefighters.

Fire departments with member firefighters and volunteers serve their communities by ensuring safety during fires and also natural disasters. They help with prevention by providing fire-risk assessments, building permits, fire alarms, and safety education. As first response teams, firefighters are trained and equipped to handle medical emergencies. Some fire departments also have their own ambulance services.