Five Marysville Fire District recruits graduated recently from the Snohomish County Fire Training Academy. All completed 14 weeks of intensive training and will now continue their training as probationary firefighters.
The Marysville Fire District reminds everyone to celebrate the holidays safely after a recent fire near a family’s Christmas tree.
A fire believed to have started with a wood stove heavily damaged a mobile home Wednesday night in the Snug Harbor Mobile Home Park.
The cause of a structure fire in the 9700 block of 50th Avenue NE is undetermined, after an initial investigation by the Snohomish County Fire Marshal’s Office.
Through New Year’s Day, a giant wreath covered in green bulbs will hang outside each of the five Marysville Fire District stations.
Marysville firefighters extinguished a fully involved travel trailer fire at Port Susan Camping Club in the 12000 block of Marine Drive. No one was injured.
Cooking is a leading cause of fire within the Marysville Fire District, and the risk goes up around the holidays. Here's a recipe to keep your family safer.
The Marysville Fire District has accepted the State Auditor’s Stewardship Award in honor of exemplary dedication to the audit process, which helps make government transparent and work better for the public.
Fire destroyed a detached garage at a home in the 3900 block of 119th Place NE Friday. Quick action from Marysville firefighters prevented the fire from spreading to nearby homes.
The Marysville Fire District Board of Directors has unanimously approved a resolution supporting a ballot measure to fund replacement of Snohomish County’s aging 911 radio system.
Residents are reminded to avoid leaving candles unattended after a fire inside a home in the 2900 block of George Comenote Lane.
The Marysville Fire District presented a Phoenix Award to nine members in honor of their extraordinary actions to help save the life of a man who suffered a heart attack in his own driveway.
The Marysville Fire District honored several members who received promotions, service awards and other recognition during Wednesday’s Board of Directors meeting.
The Marysville Fire District congratulates seven firefighters beginning fire academy training this week and two officers who completed probation.
Seven firefighters have successfully completed testing to become members of Marysville Fire District’s new Rapid Entry Rescue Swimmer Team.
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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.