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STUDY IN PLACE! FIRE SAFETY LESSONS FOR KIDS OF ALL AGES

STUDY IN PLACE! FIRE SAFETY LESSONS FOR KIDS OF ALL AGES

With many students, teachers and families adjusting to home-learning during the COVID-19 pandemic, SVFD has begun sharing fire safety lessons on weekdays at 10am on our Facebook page. Here’s a sampling of some of the recent videos, handouts, and other lessons about avoiding danger, instilling knowledge and inspiring future learning about careers in fire service. […]

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CAPTAIN MATT JORGENSEN BRINGS A COMMUNITY TOGETHER THROUGH HIGH SCHOOL WRESTLING

CAPTAIN MATT JORGENSEN BRINGS A COMMUNITY TOGETHER THROUGH HIGH SCHOOL WRESTLING

In a world where children need positive examples and connections with adult mentors, Spokane Valley Fire Captain Matt Jorgensen found a place where he could contribute.  He became involved in his home community of Deer Park around 19 years ago when he saw a wrestling program in need of volunteers.  After volunteering and helping out […]

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WE ARE NOT CLOSED! WE ARE HERE FOR YOU!

WE ARE NOT CLOSED! WE ARE HERE FOR YOU!

The Spokane Valley Fire Department continues to serve our community around-the-clock during the COVID-19 pandemic. All ten of our SVFD fire stations are in operation, and our firefighters are on regular 24/7 schedules. Unless there is a life-threatening emergency, entry into fire stations is now limited to department personnel only. If you must enter, instructions […]

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MARCH IS PET POISON AWARENESS MONTH

MARCH IS PET POISON AWARENESS MONTH

March is Pet Poison Prevention Awareness Month. March is designated as Pet Poison Prevention Awareness Month. Understanding what potential harmful poisons exist in your home and yard is the first step to keeping your pet safe. Even the most common household items can be dangerous for your pet here are some examples: There are numerous human foods which can be toxic to […]

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SPOKANE VALLEY FIRE DEPARTMENT FOLLOWING CONTINGENCY PLAN TO KEEP CITIZENS/EMPLOYEES SAFE AND HEALTHY

SPOKANE VALLEY FIRE DEPARTMENT FOLLOWING CONTINGENCY PLAN TO KEEP CITIZENS/EMPLOYEES SAFE AND HEALTHY

Spokane Valley Fire Department (SVFD) with concern for both citizens and employees, is suspending all SVFD scheduled events for March including community CPR and Stop the Bleed training programs, station tours, smoke alarm installations, fire extinguisher classes, Community Risk Reduction (CRR) public education programs, and public events. “We are limiting our risk in a proactive […]

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