Marysville Fire District is one of 10 fire departments launching the Snohomish County Fire Training Academy on March 19.
The Marysville Fire District introduced a new board director, swore in two new firefighter/paramedics, and introduced a new mechanic joining the district’s staff.
The Marysville Fire District honored two recently promoted members, including the district’s first female Captain.
The Marysville Fire District honored outgoing City Councilmember Donna Wright Wednesday for her many years of service on the district’s Board of Directors. Chief Martin McFalls presented Wright with a plaque during a special ceremony at the regular board meeting.
Marysville Fire District is asking residents to help “Keep the Wreath Green” this holiday season.
Through New Year’s Day, a giant wreath covered in green bulbs will hang outside each of the five Marysville Fire District stations.
Nearly 40 local children received brand new winter coats thanks to Marysville Professional Firefighters, IAFF Local 3219. Marysville Fire District Firefighters once again partnered with the national nonprofit Operation Warm to provide free coats to children in need.
The Marysville Fire District swore in seven new full-time members at its regular Board of Directors meeting November 15. Two paramedics are among those joining the Fire District.
Nine members of the Marysville Fire District were honored for their actions to help save a woman’s life following a car crash. These nine Marysville Fire District members responded to a two-vehicle crash on I-5 the evening of February 10, 2017.
A Snohomish County Fire Marshal’s Office investigation has determined that burning incense igniting nearby combustibles was the cause of a house fire in the 6800 block of 69th Place NE. One woman inside the home managed to escape without visible injuries.
The Marysville Fire District congratulates four of our newest full-time firefighters who recently graduated from the Washington State Patrol Fire Academy
A candle is believed to be the cause of a residential garage fire Wednesday morning, highlighting an important safety message for our residents as we approach the holiday season.
Kidde is recalling fire extinguishers with plastic handles after one death was reported.
For many families in Marysville and Tulalip, the upcoming holidays can bring more hardship than joy. The Marysville Community Food Bank and Toy Store are asking for the community’s support to help our neighbors in need.
Snohomish County Fire Protection District 12 has appointed Richard Ross to serve as Fire Commissioner. Ross was sworn in at the regular board meeting September 20, after being selected to fill the position vacated by Gary Bontrager in August.
Wednesday the Marysville Fire District presented a Phoenix Award to eight Marysville Fire District members and five Getchell Fire responders in honor of their extraordinary actions to help save the life of a man who suffered a heart attack at Cedarcrest Golf Course
The Marysville Fire District honored several members who received promotions, service awards, excellence awards and other recognition during Wednesday’s Board of Directors meeting.
With an excessive heat warning in effect through Friday, all residents in the Marysville Fire District service area are urged to use extra caution to stay safe from the heat and prevent wildfires.
The Marysville Fire District congratulates three of its members on well-deserved promotions. The District recognized all three with a special ceremony at Wednesday’s Board of Directors meeting. We are extremely proud of their service to our community.
The Marysville Fire District congratulates three of our newest full-time firefighters who just graduated from the Washington State Patrol Fire Academy.
The Marysville Fire District congratulates Firefighter Brien Gronemyer who just completed the University of Washington – Medic One Paramedic Training Program.
Preliminary reports indicate the number of emergency responses due to fireworks were significantly lower during this July 4 holiday period than in previous years, particularly within the City of Marysville where fireworks were banned for the first time.
An early morning fire July 2, damaged the Value Village store at 1334 State Avenue in Marysville.
Marysville Fire District firefighters battled five fires on the afternoon of June 14: one at an abandoned home and four debris/brush fires in a wooded area off of State Avenue. Marysville Police believe that all five fires were intentionally set and have one adult female in custody.
Fire destroyed a home Monday in the 14500 block of 54th Drive NE. No one was injured in the fire, but two dogs inside the home are believed to have died.
Fire destroyed an RV and damaged a home in the 10200 block of 49th Drive NE Wednesday. No one was injured.
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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.