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WHO WE ARE

Graham Fire & Rescue is full spectrum fire and life safety organization with 106 Firefighters and Paramedics providing fire suppression, Emergency Medical Services (EMS), hospital transports, technical rescue, hazardous materials response, and fire and life safety education.

DISTRICT MAP

Graham Fire & Rescue has five 24/7 staffed fire stations, and one volunteer fire station serving 70 square miles of south central Pierce County. Protecting a population of roughly 70,000 and the communities of Graham, Kapowsin, Spanaway, Frederickson, and South Hill.

OUTDOOR BURNING

Outdoor burning is allowed in certain areas within Graham Fire & Rescue’s District between October 15 and May 15 of each year with a valid burn permit. Burn permit holders must follow burning regulations and adhere to the District’s policies and local burn ban ordinances.

UPCOMING EVENTS

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Women in firefighting 🔥💪
Retired Firefighter/EMT Georgia Daniels, 26 years of service.
 
"As a young girl growing up and looking into careers, firefighting was not mentioned or even an option. I feel fortunate to have found the path on my own to become a firefighter. It has been a wonderful experience to see the next generations of females be interested and motivated to do the work it takes to get hired. They seem to excel at it due to needing to go the extra mile to succeed."
 
Read more about the history of female firefighters at GFR: grahamfire.org/pierce-county-fire-district-21/womens-history-month/

#WomensHistoryMonth #WomenInFirefighting
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Women in firefighting 🔥💪
Retired Firefighter/EMT Georgia Daniels, 26 years of service.
 
As a young girl growing up and looking into careers, firefighting was not mentioned or even an option. I feel fortunate to have found the path on my own to become a firefighter. It has been a wonderful experience to see the next generations of females be interested and motivated to do the work it takes to get hired. They seem to excel at it due to needing to go the extra mile to succeed.
 
Read more about the history of female firefighters at GFR: https://grahamfire.org/pierce-county-fire-district-21/womens-history-month/

#WomensHistoryMonth #WomenInFirefighting

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Thank you Georgia for your service. Stay safe & God Bless. ❤️🙏❤️🙏

There's a wonderful animated movie on Hulu called Fireheart about a girl named Georgia who wants to be a firefighter but can't, because she's a girl. Thank you for your service, Georgia!

Is the office open & staffed?

That's awesome! Congratulations!

Thank you for putting your your life on the line to keep our community safe. Relax and enjoy the rest of yours. Very well deserved.

Well done Georgia God bless and continue to keep you safe!👏🙏😁

She is a wonderful, kind person, proud to call her my friend!

That's awesome! Congratulations!

I always enjoyed chatting with her at one of my previous jobs.

Awesome 👍

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Graham Fire & Rescue would like to welcome Mike Gareau as our new Facilities Lead. Mike has lived in the Graham area for the past 30 years and has past experience in the industrial maintenance/engineering field. Outside of work he enjoys spending time with family and friends, and has been known to make awesome BBQ (we know who’s cooking at the next employee picnic 😉).

Welcome to the team, Mike!
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Graham Fire & Rescue would like to welcome Mike Gareau as our new Facilities Lead. Mike has lived in the Graham area for the past 30 years and has past experience in the industrial maintenance/engineering field. Outside of work he enjoys spending time with family and friends, and has been known to make awesome BBQ (we know who’s cooking at the next employee picnic 😉).
 
Welcome to the team, Mike!

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Yall already putting him in charge of the food. We are starting with a bicycle for the trailer pulling right?🤣.

Congrats! 🎉

That's awesome! Congratulations!

Congratulations!

Congratulations 🍾

Welcome to our awesome GFD team!

Congratulations

Congratulations!! ❤️

Congrats Mike!

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Happy first day of Spring! Drip, Torch & Pat would like to remind you to always be thinking about outdoor fire safety.

- Burn piles should be 50 feet from structures or other flammable materials
- Keep burn piles small and manageable
- Avoid burning on dry, windy days
- Keep water, and a shovel and dirt nearby to extinguish the fire
- Always stay with your fire until it’s completely out

Remember, there are three websites you should always check before burning to ensure that you’re in compliance with local burning rules and restrictions:

For Graham Fire & Rescue burning regulations: grahamfire.org/burning-info/

For fire safety burn bans: www.piercecountywa.gov/982/Outdoor-Burning

For air quality burn bans: pscleanair.gov/168/Air-Quality-Burn-Ban-Status
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Happy first day of Spring! Drip, Torch & Pat would like to remind you to always be thinking about outdoor fire safety.

- Burn piles should be 50 feet from structures or other flammable materials
- Keep burn piles small and manageable
- Avoid burning on dry, windy days
- Keep water, and a shovel and dirt nearby to extinguish the fire
- Always stay with your fire until it’s completely out
 
Remember, there are three websites you should always check before burning to ensure that you’re in compliance with local burning rules and restrictions: 

For Graham Fire & Rescue burning regulations: https://grahamfire.org/burning-info/

For fire safety burn bans: https://www.piercecountywa.gov/982/Outdoor-Burning

For air quality burn bans: https://pscleanair.gov/168/Air-Quality-Burn-Ban-Status

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Great names!

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