Fire Prevention

Fire Prevention

Woodinville Fire & Rescue’s Community Risk Reduction Division issues operational permits, which allow an applicant to conduct an operation or a business for which a permit is required.

To encourage and ensure fire prevention, WFR works cooperatively with the City of Woodinville in several areas. WFR conducts annual business inspections to verify fire-code compliance and protect the safety of the public.

Payment OptionsView Permit Types

Pay for a permit or fee

If you have an invoice number, you can pay Woodinville Fire and Rescue with our online payment system. Simply enter the invoice number below and the amount owed, and we can process your payment.

Pay Online

Alternatively, you may pay by check. Please make checks payable to “Woodinville Fire & Rescue”.

Mail your payment to:
Woodinville Fire & Rescue
P.O. Box 2200
Woodinville, WA 98072-2200

Bring your payment in person to:
WFR Station 31
17718 Woodinville Snohomish Rd NE
Woodinville, WA 98072

New Construction

New construction is permitted by the City of Woodinville. Learn more about the requirements at Woodinville Permitting.

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Tent Permits

Temporary stands and tents at fairs, shows, festivals, and other gatherings must have a City of Woodinville permit and be inspected by Woodinville Fire & Rescue for fire and life safety requirements.

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Annual Fire & Life Safety

To ensure and maintain compliance with the Washington State Fire Prevention Code for the safety and welfare of all employees, residents, visitors, and emergency responders in the City of Woodinville, all businesses, churches and schools are required to have an annual inspection and receive a Fire & Life Safety Inspection.

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Open Burning

Outdoor burning is NOT allowed within the Woodinville city limits and in some areas of unincorporated King County.

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