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South County Fire and Rescue recruits graduate from Snohomish County Fire Training Academy

Thirteen South County Fire and Rescue recruits graduated from the Snohomish County Fire Training Academy in a ceremony on Thursday, December 19, 2019. They will will now complete three weeks of additional fire and emergency medical operations training.

Thirteen South County Fire and Rescue recruits graduated from the Snohomish County Fire Training Academy in a ceremony on Thursday, December 19th.

They will will now complete three weeks of additional fire and emergency medical operations training before working in neighborhool fire stations.

South County Fire and Rescue petitions Snohomish County Council to ban fireworks in their unincorporated service area

On June 13, 2019, South County Fire filed a petition with the Snohomish County Council seeking a fireworks ban within the regional fire authority’s unincorporated service area. The cities in this area already have bans in place, but fireworks remain legal in unincorporated communities.

On June 13th, South County Fire filed a petition with the Snohomish County Council seeking a fireworks ban within the regional fire authority’s unincorporated service area.

The cities in this area already have bans in place, but fireworks remain legal in unincorporated communities.

South County Fire and Rescue to offer Community Emergency Response Team classes

South County Fire is the largest provider of fire and emergency medical services in Snohomish County, serving more than 250,000 residents in unincorporated communities and the cities of Brier, Edmonds, Lynnwood and Mountlake Terrace.

Learn how to help during a disaster in Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) classes offered by South County Fire in spring 2019.

Following a major disaster, firefighters and other first responders may not be able to meet the heavy demand for their services. People will have to rely on each other to meet many lifesaving and life-sustaining needs.

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