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Woodinville

Fire & Rescue

Tel. 425-483-2131

Address.  17718 Woodinville-Snohomish Rd. NE

Woodinville, WA 98072

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Prepare - Prevent - Perform

Learn CPR/AED and First Aid. These life saving skills can make a significant difference at home or work. For more information and class schedule click here

WF&R is looking at potential Regional Fire Authority options with Bothell Fire, Snohomish Co. Dist 10 and Northshore Fire. For meeting times and locations along with past minutes, click here.

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Key Information and Resources

The following forms are provided for your convenience. If you would like to request a form that is not listed below, please contact the office at 425-483-2131.

 

Request for Public Record PDF

 

(Submit records requests to: WFRpublicrecordsofficer@wf-r.org)

 

2015 Benefit Service Charge Petition

 

Public Meeting Room Agreement

Public Forms

Reports

Employment

The following reports are provided for your convenience.

 

*NEW*  2015 Budget

 

2013 Annual Report

 

Tax Process

Woodinville Fire & Rescue is an all career fire department. We do not have any volunteer firefighters. If you are interested in a career in the fire service, please visit National Testing Network for more information and to sign up for testing.

 

 

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