MARYSVILLE

FIRE DISTRICT

 

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OUTDOOR BURNING

Get information on restrictions and permits.

COMMON QUESTIONS

Find answers to some of the most frequently asked questions.

Stage 1 Burn Ban Issued in Snohomish County

 

Due to high fire danger and expected hot and dry weather conditions, the Snohomish County Fire Marshal has issued an outdoor burn ban effective July 13, 2018 at 8 a.m.

 

• Includes City of Marysville and unincoroporated Snohomish County

• All outdoor burning banned except recreational fires

• Barbecues are allowed

• No burn permits issued

• Ban will remain in effect until there is sustained rainfall

 

Read more information about the burn ban here.

 

 

Now Hiring Part Time Firefighters 

 

Are you a team player who loves helping people, problem solving and wants to make a mental commitment to yourself, your peers and your community?

 

The Marysville Fire District is currently looking for Part Time Firefighters who have EMT and Firefighter I certification, or are in the process of completing Firefighter I certification.

 

Apply Here

 

 

Latest News

Fireworks-related incidents significantly decrease

Preliminary reports indicate the number of emergency responses due to fireworks were significantly lower during this July 4th holiday period than in previous years

District urges caution with outdoor cooking

After a recent fire, the Marysville Fire District urges residents to keep safety in mind as you begin using your outdoor grill for the season.

District mourns passing of Firefighter Ray Hancock

The Marysville Fire District is mourning the passing of retired Firefighter Ray Hancock who died April 1, 2018, after a courageous battle with ALS, also known as Lou Gehrig’s disease.

District welcomes firefighters, board member

the District recently introduced a new board director, swore in two new firefighter/paramedics, and introduced a new mechanic joining the district’s staff.

How to Report a Non-Emergency

• If there is an immediate threat to life or property, call 911.

• For non-emergencies in Snohomish County, dial (425) 407-3999.

 

Examples of non-emergencies include:

-Illegal fireworks complaint

-Crime that occured earlier and there is no suspect information

-Found pet or property item

-Situation where emergency personnel are needed, but there is no immediate danger to life or property

 

 

Though every effort is made to ensure that an accurate and timely depiction of relevant information is presented here, errors and omissions are possible. As such, statements on this website are for informational purposes only, and should not be construed to dictate District Policy or Orders. All statements made here need to be verified by the reader.

 

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1094 Cedar Ave
Marysville, WA 98270
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