Our Sincere Apologies

        Due to technical issues beyond our control,
the July 12, 2021  Commissioners Meeting was not recorded.

  You will be able to access the Minutes from this meeting
on the
ABOUT US / Board Meetings  tab
once they are transcribed and uploaded.



Future Board Meetings


In accordance with the June 30, 2021
Open Public Meetings Proclamation update,
SCFD4's  Board of Commissioners Meetings
will once again be open to the public.

The in-person meetings will begin with
the August 09, 2021 Fire Commissioners Meeting.


Facial covering will not be required for:
*vaccinated individuals
*children under the age of 5
*individuals with medical or mental conditions
that preclude wearing a mask



Nonvaccinated individuals must still wear a mask
and maintain social distancing. 
Masks and hand sanitizer will be available to the public.



We will continue to offer our Virtual Meeting option via YouTube.

Please also note that the October Commissioners Meeting
is now scheduled for October 4, 2021.

SEASONAL   INFORMATION

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2. Heat Exhaustion

click on the graphic for more tips from the CDC

3. Wildfire Prevention

click on the tip sheet to download

With temperatures nearing triple digits in the Pacific Northwest ,

we want to remind you of some heat-related safety tips:

1.  Car Temperatures

click on the tipsheet 

for hints to prevent 

 heatstroke in the car. 

Questions and Comments can be mailed to 

RFA@Snohomishfire.org

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COVID-19  Testing &  Vaccinations

The Snohomish County Health District

has all the most recent information on COVID-19 including testing and vaccinations locations.

Call them  M-F from 8:30 - 4:30 

at  425-339-5278 

or visit their website

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help 911 help you

Smart 911 is a free service that allows

users to provide more information

about themselves or their household

to 911 incase of an emergency.

YOU have complete control over

what data you provide.

There is no way to access the information

until you call 9-1-1.

You can create an account by

downloading the app or going to

> > Smart911.com < <

Snohomish County Fire District  #4

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Tel: 360-568-2141       Fax: 360-568-2143   1525 Avenue D, Snohomish 98290