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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 8:00 AM October 15 and 9:00 PM 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

FACEBOOK FEED

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Graham Fire & Rescue would like to welcome Hannah Zimmerman as our new Outreach Support Specialist! Hannah is an Eastern Washington University alumni with a 2-year background in Public Relations, most recently working in marketing and community outreach within a Senior Living Facility. Hannah enjoys spending her time with her black lab and cooking fun meals.

Welcome to the team, Hannah!
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Graham Fire & Rescue would like to welcome Hannah Zimmerman as our new Outreach Support Specialist! Hannah is an Eastern Washington University alumni with a 2-year background in Public Relations, most recently working in marketing and community outreach within a Senior Living Facility. Hannah enjoys spending her time with her black lab and cooking fun meals. 

Welcome to the team, Hannah!

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Welcome Hannah! 🤩

So excited to have you on our team!

Yea hanna banana lol

Welcome!

Welcome aboard!

woop! Go Eags!

Welcome!

Welcome

Go Eagles! 🦅

Welcome

Welcome Hannah!

Welcome Hannah, I hope you enjoy your new position with our fantastic fire department team.

So awesome! Congratulations🥳

Congratulations!

Yay Hannah!! 🤍

Yay Hannah! So happy for you and proud of you! 😊❤❤❤

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Crews spent time refining their ladder operator skills yesterday. Training between calls ensures that we are ready for any emergency. 🚒 ... See MoreSee Less

Crews spent time refining their ladder operator skills yesterday. Training between calls ensures that we are ready for any emergency. 🚒Image attachment

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Stay safe and be blessed

Carbon Monoxide Alarms save lives. 📢

Carbon Monoxide (CO) is undetectable by human senses, but there is a way to keep your loved ones safe! Test your alarms monthly to ensure they are working properly. Change your batteries every 6 months & replace the entire alarm every 10 years. Install working CO alarms on every level of your home and inside every bedroom.

Symptoms of CO poisoning include:
▪️Headache
▪️Dizziness
▪️Weakness
▪️Upset stomach
▪️Chest pain
▪️Confusion

If your CO alarm sounds, exit the home as quickly as possible and then call 9-1-1 🚨
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I almost lost my daughter 31 yrs ago when she was 1 month old due to Carbon Monoxide poisoning she couldn't sleep, couldn't eat wouldn't stop crying, we were on a road trip coming home from Eastern Washington, traffic came to a stop. Make sure your exhaust system is well maintained also (it wasn't my car)😔 That was the scariest time of my life and to see my tiny 8lb baby in the ER and grabbing the oxygen mask holding it to her own face was horrible I only had a headache.

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