King County Fire Protection District #40 will hold a Budget Hearing prior to the regular meeting on October 13 at Fire Station #13, 18002 - 108th Ave SE. The hearing will begin at 5:00pm.
Fire District 40 Commissioners are elected officials who represent the concerns and interests of the citizens of the community.
The Commissioners oversee finances, equipment, capital improvements, and general fire department operations.
The Commissioners are always interested in what you have to say, so please feel free to attend the meetings. There is an opportunity at the end of the meeting to ask questions or share your ideas and concerns. The Commissioners can also be reached via US Mail or email.
Fire District 40
Fire District 40 offers free “Friends and Family” CPR classes for those who want to be able to help others, but don’t need to be CPR-certified for their job or for volunteering. Classes are held at Station 13 (18002 108th Ave SE in Renton) the third Tuesday of every other month, as of April 2016, from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Instruction includes CPR for adults, children, and infants. No first aid will be taught at this time, but an introduction to Automatic Exernal Defibillator (AED) awareness is included. Class minimum is 10 students with a maximum of 25. Children under the age of 12 should not attend.
Participation cards are issued at the end of this non-certification class.
For more information or to register call 425-430-7000.
2016 CPR Class Schedule
2017 CPR Class Schedule
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KIDS FF CHALLENGE: One of the common questions firefighters are asked is "how hard is working in all that gear?" LT. Desmith and his crew from Station 17 are teaming up with local middle school PE classes to give the kids a taste of the physical activities firefighters perform. The crew has come up with a modified version of the "Firefighter Combat Challenge" that each kid will have an opportunity to run through! The Station 17 crew will be visiting multiple schools throughout the remainder of the school year to help promote physical fitness and give kids a taste of what it's like to be a firefighter.
A Note From The Chief
Public Outreach is a big part of our service delivery to the community and 2015 was no different. The Fairwood Station was very busy making personal contact with the citizens by providing the following :
Public Outreach is just one example of how Renton Fire & Emergency Services is committed to its vision of working to make our community safer, healthier and stronger.
Sincerely, Chief Mark Peterson
King County Fire District #40 * 18002 108th Ave SE, Renton WA 98055 * 425-255-0931 * email@example.com