Programs

Programs

Spokane Valley Fire Department provides a variety of free programs designed to reduce fire and medical emergencies in our community. These programs are developed to address and reduce identified community risks.


FAQs

Fire trucks have at least three personnel trained in medical and rescue techniques to get help to you quickly. Units are dispatched according to information received when 911 is called. Many times the type of situation found upon arrival is very different from the situation dispatched. And, part of responding to an emergency situation means being prepared to deal with the worst case scenario. Experience has taught us that it is better to have too much help than not enough. Our local ambulance service is AMR. Each ambulance is staffed with a two-person crew who provide medical care and transportation to an emergency room. All SVFD firefighters are certified Emergency Medical Technicians (EMTs). Most of our crews also include at least one certified Paramedic.

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Emergency lights and sirens are used only when responding to a call. Sometimes several units are dispatched to the same incident. When the first unit arrives on scene, they may assess the situation and decide that they can handle the emergency without additional units. All other responding units are then cancelled and put back into service, ready to take another emergency call.

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Spokane Regional Clean Air Agency tracks current air quality, burn bans and other warnings. Visit www.spokanecleanair.org or call 477-4727 for information.

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Our Administrative Offices are located at 2120 N. Wilbur Road, Spokane Valley, WA  99206. Call 928-1700 for general information. Our FAX numbers are Administration (509) 892-4125 or Prevention (509) 892-4127.

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No. SVFD does not have personnel trained to conduct child car seat safety checks. Please contact Safe Kids Spokane through the Sacred Heart Children’s Hospital for more information about car seat safety check events in our area. Call 474-2103 or go online to Safe Kids Spokane to register for a free car seat safety check.  More information about Washington’s Car Seat Safety Laws.

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In partnership with local pharmacies, the Spokane Valley Police Department offers a “Drug Take Back Program.” Simply bring your old, unwanted or expired medications to the Spokane Valley Police Precinct located at 12710 E. Sprague Ave. 

Accepted items include prescription pills, narcotics, over-the-counter medications, vitamins and pet medications. Leave the items in original container (you may use a black marker to cover your name – do NOT cover the name of the medication). No questions will be asked and personal information will not be collected.

Items NOT accepted include needles/syringes, thermometers, inhalers, IV bags or bloody infectious waste, personal care products, aerosol cans, EpiPens, glass or metals, hydrogen peroxide or other chemicals, any mercury or iodine products. These items may be disposed of by taking them to your local household hazardous waste facility. In Spokane Valley, visit the University Transfer Station at 2405 N. University or call 924-5678.

For more information about the “Drug Take Back Program,” call 477-3300.

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