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City of Lake Stevens, Hartford, Frontier Village, Cavalero, Glennwood, Georgetown, Machias,
and Forest Glade as well as areas in Soper Hill, Sunnyside and Ebey Island.

 

Latest on Outdoor Burning

Residential burn permits are now available on-line as long as you are located within the outdoor residential burning area and there is no burn ban in effect.  Map of Permitted and Prohibited burn areas within Lake Stevens Fire District boundaries. View Map. Residential burn permits are available at no cost allowing a maximum burn pile size of 4’x4’x3’. Feel free to call 1.800.552.3565 to confirm current burn ban status. View Residential Outdoor Burning Permit.

Please note as of July 1, 2008, land clearing burning is prohibited throughout King, Pierce, and Snohomish Counties. Outdoor burning details are posted under Community Info / Burning Info.  View Details.  Additional information can be found at the following website: http://www.pscleanair.org.
 

Lake Stevens Fire Stats

Lake Stevens Fire has gone out on the following number of calls during the week of Thursday, October 16th through Wednesday, October 22nd. There were 56 EMS calls, 1 Fire call, 4 MVC calls and 10 calls were classified as Other Services. Year to date up through October 22nd, Lake Stevens Fire has been out on 3,787 calls. Lake Stevens Fire continues to move forward with their mission, “Serving People, Saving Life, Protecting Property.”

Emergency?  Call 911

Facility Use
Conference Center available to rent!
S82 Conference Room available to reserve.
Download Facility Use Packet

Be Safe & Be Seen This Halloween
Drivers should be especially careful
of pedestrians on Halloween.
Be Safe, Be Seen | View Event Flyer

Change Your Clocks,
Check Your Batteries &
Practice Your Plan!

The upcoming time change is a great reminder
of changes and checks that should happen
twice a year: clocks and batteries!
View Press Release

FACTs Newsletter
Learn more about Lake Stevens
Fire through the monthly
FACTs Newsletter!

 

 
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