Marysville Fire District's Mission

WE are one team dedicated to quality service with integrity, compassion and accountability.


Core Values:

INTEGRITY - WE will always do what is right

COMPASSION - Our actions show WE care

ACCOUNTABILITY - WE are obligated and willing to accept responsibility


We, the Marysville Fire District (MFD) are leaders in providing public safety and emergency services as part of a dynamic and organized regional response team. Our members, both sworn and civilian, treat one another as MFD's greatest and most valuable asset. MFD is grounded in its Core Values and is committed to creating a diverse workforce reflective of the community it serves with training, policies and procedures that are free from bias and discrimination. This vision drives us to be our best for one another, for our District, and for the people of our community.


Our History

The Marysville Fire District was formed in 1992 as the result of a contractual agreement between the City of Marysville and Snohomish County Fire District 12 as a means of reducing duplication of efforts and expanding services to the community. Our organization once again expanded in 1998 to include the consolidation of Snohomish County Fire District 20 into Fire District 12. In 2002, Fire District 20 formally merged into Fire District 12. The responsibility of overseeing the operations of the Marysville Fire District falls to a seven member Board of Directors, three of which are Fire District 12 Commissioners, with the other four designated by the Mayor of the City of Marysville.

Our Fire District protects approximately 56 square miles including the City of Marysville, Seven Lakes, Quil Ceda Village, the east side of Tulalip Indian Reservation, as well as a diverse expanse of unincorporated Snohomish County.


The population of the Marysville Fire District is estimated to be more than 80,000 residents. Approximately 80 percent of those residents live in the City of Marysville and nearly 20 percent live in unincorporated areas of Fire District 12. The Marysville Fire District responded to 15,345 incidents in 2017, an increase in call volume of nearly 11 percent from 2016. Of these calls, approximately 88 percent were EMS-based incidents, 7 percent were fire incidents, and 5 percent covered other types of calls.


The Marysville Fire District employs 100+ full-time personnel, who operate the Fire District's five fire stations (Station 61, 62, 63, 65, 66) and an administration office. These dedicated professionals staff 4 Engine Companies, 1 Ladder Company, 4 Aid Cars, and 2 Medic Units on a 24/7 basis. Full-time personnel are supplemented by more than one dozen part-time Firefighters. There are four emergency response shifts, with each of the shifts under the command of a Battalion Chief.


The Administration staff includes the Fire Chief, Fire Marshal, Assistant Fire Marshal, Deputy Chief of Operations, Deputy Chief of Support Services, Medical Services Administrator, Battalion Chief of Training, Human Resources Manager, Finance Director, Fire Inspector, Public Information Specialist, an Accounting Technician and two Administrative Assistants.


Marysville Fire District also participates in two countywide special operations response groups. Our Hazardous Materials Team works as part of the county-wide response team. The Fire District also has a Technical Rescue Team that responds throughout the county.



Current Burn Ban Status


Air Quality Burn Ban Status


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Snohomish County

Burn Ban Info: 425-388-3508






Marysville Fire District
1094 Cedar Avenue
Marysville, WA 98270

(360) 363-8500 

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Marysville Fire District is dedicated to providing quality emergency response and prevention services to the community with integrity, pride, and professionalism. We are  proud to serve the communities of City of Marysville,Tulalip Tribes, Quil Ceda Village, Seven Lakes, and Fire District 12.

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Marysville Fire District
1094 Cedar Ave
Marysville, WA 98270
(360) 363-8500
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