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Come Visit Us!

Fire Station tours are an excellent way to see where we work, eat, and sleep. When we are not busy training or responding to emergencies, we love to demonstrate our equipment and help you learn Fire Safety. The Everett Fire Department has six stations located throughout the City and we would be delighted to show you our firefighter’s second home.

To schedule a station tour, please fill out this form.

Public education is the first step in the Everett Fire Department's commitment to protecting the lives and property of our community. We will do our best to respond to every request yet our highest priority remains responding to emergencies. We are sometimes unable to honor your request even when scheduled.​​

​To schedule a community event, please fill out this form.

Fire Truck visits are another way we enjoy showing you how we do our job safely, demonstrating our equipment, and in the process teaching you ways to be safe as well.

To schedule a fire truck visit, please fill out this form.​​

​Fire Extinguisher Training is offered quarterly for both businesses and individuals. Each business group will need to supply one fire extinguisher for every three people (Expired extinguishers are great for this).

  • Group contact will provide a roster of all individuals scheduled for the training at a minimum of one week before the date of the training.
  • ​The training will be an hour long - 30 minutes of instruction and 30 minutes of practical, hands-on training.​  
  • ​Students will need to bring gloves (at minimum w/leather palms) and eye protection; we will provide the masks. ​ 
  • ​Students under age 18 must be accompanied by an adult also taking the training. ​
  • ​Training will be at the drill field: 6201 Berkshire Dr, Everett, WA 98203 

To schedule fire extinguisher training, please fill out this form.

​The Everett Office of Emergency Management offers Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) classes 2-3 times a year. The 8-week training course is conducted one evening each week and covers a variety of planning, prevention, and manipulative skills aimed at surviving a disaster. Participants are expected to attend all 8 sessions, establish a three (3) day home survival kit, obtain personal safety equipment, and be a willing team participant. CERT is about people helping people. 

To apply for CERT training, please fill out this form

Contact Us

  1. Everett Fire Department

    2930 Wetmore Avenue
    Suite 7-A
    Everett, WA 98201

    Phone: 425-257-8100
    Fax: 425-257-8139
    Emergency: 911

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