Warmer temperatures usually prompt people to open windows in homes. SVFD wants to remind residents that Window Screens Keep Bugs Out But Won’t Keep Kids In! Sadly, one young child fell out of a window that resulted in serious injury. https://bit.ly/3grA1hi
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MOVE OVER FOR FIRST RESPONDERS

MOVE OVER FOR FIRST RESPONDERS

Spokane Valley Fire Department (SVFD) First Responders go out multiple times every day responding to calls. SVFD First Responders follow the national average of experiencing an increase in distracted driving that has resulted in fire trucks and individuals being hit by dangerous driving while at the scene of an emergency.  While SVFD thankfully has not […]

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DETERMINING OCCUPANT LOAD/CAPACITY

DETERMINING OCCUPANT LOAD/CAPACITY

Under Governor Inslee’s Phase 2 reopening plan, certain businesses can reopen but at reduced capacity. For businesses with a posted occupant load, or a certificate of occupancy that stipulates occupant load, that should be used as the basis to determine the reduced capacity per the order. However, many businesses do not have a posted occupant […]

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PREPARING FOR WILDLAND FIRE SEASON DURING THE PANDEMIC

PREPARING FOR WILDLAND FIRE SEASON DURING THE PANDEMIC

As we head toward summer, the warm and dry weather calls so many us outdoors to play in the sunshine or seek shade and serenity in the wilderness. That is until air quality or fire danger create risky conditions for our health and safety, a reality of recent summers in our region. While we can […]

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Spotlight: Diana Chubenko

Spotlight: Diana Chubenko

This hard-working young Spokane Valley woman recently achieved her dream of becoming a registered nurse, thanks in part to the SVFD Employees Scholarship Fund.

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