Fire District 4
FIRE & RESCUE
Serving North Spokane County
Help Prevent Chimney Fires!
It is that time! Remember to have your Chimney Clean and Inspected before you burn!
How will you be notified if there's an emergency in your neighborhood? Through ALERT Spokane- a Spokane County emergency notification system!
Welcome to the Spokane County Fire District 4 website
The members of Spokane County Fire District 4, past and present, have a long tradition of providing compassionate and efficient service to our neighbors. We are an all risk department providing emergency response to fire, emergency medical, hazardous material, and a variety of other types of incidents. We provide these services with a combination of volunteer, part time and full time staff responding from nine stations located throughout the District. Our District covers approximately 330 square miles of north Spokane County. We also respond to Stevens and Pend Oreille counties and other Spokane County jurisdictions surrounding our district through automatic and mutual aid agreements, and interagency agreements with the Washington State Department of Natural Resources, Bureau of Land Management, and the United States Forest Service.
We are pleased to offer this web site as another tool to provide valuable information to our citizens and members. After touring our site, should you have any questions or comments about the website or the Fire District, please feel free to contact me.
Thank you for visiting our site and we appreciate hearing from you.
Randy M. Johnson, Fire Chief
4 - 32
Alarms to Date
1/1/14 to 10/14/2014
Daily Avg 8.32
Runs per Year
Yr/ Alarms/ Daily Avg
2013 2602 7.13
2012 2631 7.18
2011 2360 6.46
2010 2262 6.19
2009 2225 6.09
1990 786 2.15
1987 658 1.80
Office 509-467-4500 M-F 8:00am- 5:00PM
Copyright © 2014 Spokane County Fire District 4
Mission Statement: Members of the Department guarantee to the People of Fire District 4 that we will provide dependable service in a responsive fashion, while showing care and compassion for those in need. We will protect lives, property and the
environment through disaster preparedness, fire prevention, community education, and the mitigation of fire,
rescue, medical care, and hazardous material incidents.