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Fire & Rescue

Tel. 425-483-2131

Address.  17718 Woodinville-Snohomish Rd. NE

Woodinville, WA 98072


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.

CPR & First Aid

RFA Discussions

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:


2015 Benefit Service Charge Petition


Public Meeting Room Agreement

Public Forms



The following reports are provided for your convenience.


2014 Annual Report


RFA Feasibility Study


2015 Budget


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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Small Public Works Roster, Consultant Roster and Vendor Roster Registration

Woodinville Fire & Rescue maintains our Small Public Works Roster, Consultant Roster and Vendor Roster in the MRSC Rosters online database. Businesses interested in working with our District on projects using a roster contracting process must register for FREE at and select Woodinville Fire & Rescue in your application.


If you have roster registration questions, please contact MRSC Rosters at


September is National Preparedness Month

As the recent wind storm in Woodinville taught us, being prepared is a year around process. During the month of September, FEMA and encourages everyone to make emergency plans today. Waiting until a major incident happens and then dealing with whatever occurs is not a preferred plan. Take time today to think through how you would respond to a windstorm (fresh in everyone’s mind!), earthquake, power outage or other potential disasters.


For more information on preparedness month, visit


A key focus for this year’s preparedness month is establishing an emergency communication plan. Your family may not be together if a disaster strikes, so it is important to think through how you would communicate if cell phone, internet or landline doesn’t work. For more information, click here.