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Graham Fire & Rescue Mission and Values

Graham Fire & RescueMission Statement
"Serving Our Community: Professional, Accountable, Caring"

Our Vision
Exceed customers' expectations. Provide personnel with the necessary support, encouragement, skills, and tools for safe and effective job performance. Operate in the most efficient and fiscally responsible manner possible within available resources. Provide a healthy, happy, empowered, enthusiastic workplace free of harassment and discrimination. Be recognized as an outstanding resource to the community to enhance the quality of life. Foster a management/labor/volunteer/community partnership.

Our Values
Doing the "right thing" through trust, respect, integrity, commitment, and ethical professional service.

Graham Fire & Rescue Accepting Volunteer Applications

Applications will be available from 8AM September 1, 2017 through October 12, 2017. Application packets will be available for download beginning September 1, 2017 and must be turned in to Station 91 no later that 4PM on October 12, 2017.

Accompanying the Volunteer Application Packet is an informational packet, which describes the Graham Fire culture and community in more detail, as well as a glimpse into the life of a volunteer at Graham Fire & Rescue. Please take a moment to download this document and read over it before filling out the Application Packet.

Items you must include with your completed application: Copy of Social Security Card; Copy of High School Diploma or GED; Two (2) copies of current driver's license; Reference Check Waiver - signed and notarized (Notary services available from Graham Fire & Rescue Training Division); Abstract of Driving Record - submit a copy of your Complete Driving Record from your local DOL or online at https://fortress.wa.gov/dol/dsdiadr/

Please refer to the Application Packet Checklist for additional required information.

Volunteer Announcement (PDF)
Volunteer Application Packet Download (PDF)
2017 W4 (PDF)

Psychological First Aid Class

Pierce County Emergency Management and Graham Fire & Rescue are excited to offer a FREE community preparedness class, to be presented by Washington Community Chaplain Corps.

This Pierce County Preparedness Academy will be held on Tuesday, November 7, 6-8 p.m. at Graham Fire & Rescue Station #94, 23014 70th Ave E, Graham, WA 98338.

Reactions To Crisis May Vary

  • Increase your understanding, knowledge and ability to help others.

Class Summary

  • Learn which reaction are harmful and how some are beneficial.
  • Gain critical skills you can use in any emergency to connect to affected people.
  • Take away important tools to provide immediate emotional support in an emergency event.
  • Share your skills with family members, neighbors and others in your community.

Register for this class at www.piercecountywa.org/PREPACADEMY

Questions? Please call 253-798-2209

Downloadable flyer for this class.

Has Graham Fire & Rescue Come to Help You?

Medic 911When you see one of our teams or vehicles out in the community, you'll see our mission statement printed on the side of our apparatus: Professional, Accountable, Caring. Stated in that mission is our drive to be Accountable. If we have visited you, we want to know about it!

Click the link below to fill out a short form letting your Deputy Fire Chief know about your experience. We love hearing from you!

Tell Us How We Did!

If you have a question about CPR classes, volunteering information, etc., check out our Frequently Asked Questions page, or you can contact us via email by going to our Contact page. There are several form options near the top of the page to direct your request to the appropriate party so you can get the most timely response.

*AirNow.gov Quality Forecasts describe pollutant levels in the air. While Air Quality Burn Bans are determined in part by the Air Quality Index (AQI), Fire Safety Burn Bans enforced during hot and dry periods are determined by the Department of Natural Resources (DNR) and the Pierce County Fire Marshal.







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