ABOUT US

Skagit County Fire District 14 provides 24/7/365 coverage for emergency incidents with volunteers and minimum on-duty staffing through our duty officer program. The district’s service area is quite diverse with an estimated population of over 4,000 residents. District 14 is committed to ensure that when the need arises, our personnel are trained, dedicated, and professional with well-resourced apparatus equipped with lifesaving equipment.

SERVICES

The most visible and valued services provided by Skagit County Fire District 14 is our response to and control of all-hazard emergency events that affect the citizens in the area in which we serve. District 14 provides a variety of emergency services including:

 

  • Fire Suppression

  • BLS Emergency Medical Services

  • Hazardous Materials Response

  • Public Information and Education

PROGRAMS

We are invested in serving our community with excellence. Skagit Fire District 14 is committed to serving our area trough the following progams:

  • Duty Officer (7 days per week)

    • The duty officer is responsible for some of the daily operational needs, including apparatus inspections, emergency response, and station duties.​

  • Wildland Firefighting

    • We train firefighters to be able to respond to wildland fires around the State of Washington to assist other communities

  • Scholarships

    • We offer full-ride scholarships to students enrolled at the Skagit Valley College Fire Technology Program​

  • Community Resource Program

    • We partner with the Northwest Regional Council, Alger Food Bank with assisting those in need​

Skagit County Fire Dist.3-Logo .png