Marysville Fire District Community Risk Assessment
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Firefighters Transport Patients After Deck Collapse

Firefighters transported eight people to a hospital after a deck collapsed at Camp Killoqua in Stanwood. 


Firefighters Respond to Multiple Brush Fires Along I-5

More than 100 firefighters from across Snohomish County extinguished multiple brush fires along northbound I-5 in Marysville August 1, working alongside law enforcement and even community members in a massive joint effort to prevent injuries and protect businesses.


Firefighters Rescue 12-Year-Old Boy from Well

A 12-year-old boy is expected to be ok after firefighters rescued him from a well Tuesday afternoon.

The boy reported he was standing on the concrete lid of the well during recess when the concrete partially collapsed.


Board of Directors Approves EMS Levy Resolution for August Ballot

The Marysville Fire District Board of Directors adopted a resolution to place an Emergency Medical Services (EMS) levy on the ballot for the election August 1.


Chief Neuhoff Retires After Nearly Four Decades of Service

After nearly four decades of service to our community, Marysville Fire District congratulates Chief Darryl Neuhoff on his retirement. 


Seven Residents Displaced After Apartment Fire

Seven residents are displaced following a fire that damaged an apartment building in Marysville early Saturday morning. 


Man Burned in House Fire Started by Candle

Marysville Fire District Paramedics rushed one man to the hospital Thursday after he suffered burns in a house fire started by a candle.


Marysville Fire District Welcomes Fire Chief Ned Vander Pol

Marysville Fire District welcomes new Fire Chief Ned Vander Pol. The district’s Board of Directors selected Vander Pol to lead the regional fire authority following a nationwide search. He was sworn in during the board’s February 15 meeting.

Man Burned, Woman Found Dead After RV Fire

Firefighters battling an RV fire in Marysville Sunday night transported one man to the hospital with burns and found a woman dead inside the vehicle.

Woman Critically Injured After Tree Falls On Home During Storm

Marysville firefighters transported a critically injured woman to the hospital Friday night after a tree fell onto a Marysville home. 

Five People Escape Apartment Fire

Five people escaped an apartment fire in Marysville Wednesday morning and quick work by firefighters prevented flames from spreading to other units.

Firefighters Transport Three People to Hospital After Fire

Firefighters transported three people with smoke inhalation and burn injuries to a hospital following a Marysville house fire Thursday night.

Damaging House Fire Highlights Need for Families to Prepare

Smoke alarms helped six people escape an early morning house fire, in a recent case that also highlights the benefits of home fire sprinklers.

Firefighters Give 500 Free Coats to Kids

Hundreds of children in Marysville and Tulalip will be wearing brand new coats this fall and winter thanks to Marysville Fire District firefighters.

Child Critically Injured in Window Fall

A 5-year-old boy was critically injured in a fall from the second-story window of a home on July 2. Marysville Fire District firefighters treated the child on scene before paramedics from Snohomish Regional Fire and Rescue transported him to the hospital..

Fire Marshal Appointed by Center for Public Safety Excellence

Marysville Fire District Deputy Chief and Fire Marshal Tom Maloney has been appointed to the Center for Public Safety Excellence (CPSE) Commission on Professional Credentialing.

MFD Receives $500 for Home Fire Sprinkler Education

Marysville Fire District will be awarded a $500 stipend from the national nonprofit Home Fire Sprinkler Coalition (HFSC) and State Farm to increase awareness about the dangers of home fires and the life-saving benefits of home fire sprinklers. 

Family Escapes Marysville House Fire

A candle likely caused a fire that significantly damaged a Marysville home April 4, according to a preliminary investigation. Thankfully, no one was injured in the fire.

Candle Likely Cause of House Fire

A candle likely caused a fire that significantly damaged a Marysville home April 4, according to a preliminary investigation. Thankfully, no one was injured in the fire.

Marysville Fire District named Best-in-Class Employer

Marysville Fire District is now recognized by Gallagher as a Best-in-Class employer. The district is a first-time recipient of the award, which honors excellence in supporting employees’ physical, emotional, career and financial well-being.

Marysville selected for NFPA pilot program to assess community's risk

Marysville Fire District is one of 250 fire agencies nationwide selected to participate in the second phase of a National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) community risk reduction pilot program.

Firefighters donate coats for kids

In a commitment to keep local children warm this winter, Marysville Professional Firefighters, IAFF Local 3219, delivered over 600 coats this month to the Marysville Community Food Bank Toy Store.

Marysville's Fire Marshal named State Fire Marshal of the Year

Marysville Fire District Fire Marshal Tom Maloney has been named Washington State Fire Marshal of the Year by the Washington State Association of Fire Marshals (WSAFM).

Marysville Fire District and Granite Falls Fire awarded $600,000 grant

A $600,000 regional federal grant just awarded to Marysville Fire District and Granite Falls Fire Department will help secure needed tools to protect firefighters working to keep our communities safe.

One rescued, one deceased in early morning house fire

Marysville firefighters rescued one person and found another person deceased while responding to a house fire early March 19 in the 7900 block of 72nd Dr NE.

Marysville mother has emotional reunion with first responders

A Marysville mother reunited with the first responders who helped save her son’s life in an emotional award presentation at the Marysville Fire District Board of Director’s meeting Wednesday.

New device will help Marysville firefighters save lives

The likelihood of surviving cardiac arrest will soon increase within the Marysville Fire District. Next month the district plans to put two LUCAS Chest Compression Systems into service, enabling firefighters to safely perform CPR in route to the hospital and in other difficult conditions.

Marysville residents reminded fireworks are illegal, fine increases

Following a successful reduction in property damage and injuries as the result of a citywide fireworks ban, the City of Marysville and Marysville Fire District remind residents that all individual use of fireworks is illegal.

Woman burned in cooking-related fire

Marysville firefighters treated a woman burned in a cooking-related fire Saturday morning. It's the districts second recent cooking fire. Cooking is the leading cause of home fires and fire injuries in the United States.

MFD firerfighters graduate Snohomish County Training Academy

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.

Caution urged after recent holiday-related fire

The Marysville Fire District reminds everyone to celebrate the holidays safely after a recent fire near a family’s Christmas tree.

Heating-related fire damages Tulalip mobile home

A fire believed to have started with a wood stove heavily damaged a mobile home Wednesday night in the Snug Harbor Mobile Home Park.

Firefighters stop fire from spreading to home, cause undetermined

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.

Keep the Wreath Green in Marysville and Snohomish County

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 extinguish fire at Port Susan Camping Club

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.

A holiday message: protect the ones you're thankful for

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.




Marysville Fire District
1635 Grove Street
Marysville, WA 98270

(360) 363-8500 



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