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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.

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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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Graham Fire & Rescue, East Pierce Fire & Rescue, South Pierce Fire and Rescue, Central Pierce Fire & Rescue, Orting Valley Fire and Rescue and City of Buckley Fire Department have joined together to form a joint response team to better protect our communities during Red Flag Warnings. The joint team, called “Rogue 6”, is comprised of Chief Officers, Brush Trucks and Water Tenders, and will be staffed until 8 PM on days in which a Red Flag Warning is in effect.

The goal of this team is to be prepositioned to respond with dedicated resources in the event a large brush or urban interface fire were to occur.
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Graham Fire & Rescue, East Pierce Fire & Rescue, South Pierce Fire and Rescue, Central Pierce Fire & Rescue, Orting Valley Fire and Rescue and City of Buckley Fire Department have joined together to form a joint response team to better protect our communities during Red Flag Warnings. The joint team, called “Rogue 6”, is comprised of Chief Officers, Brush Trucks and Water Tenders, and will be staffed until 8 PM on days in which a Red Flag Warning is in effect.

The goal of this team is to be prepositioned to respond with dedicated resources in the event a large brush or urban interface fire were to occur.

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I feel so fortunate to live in a fire district where collaboration and helping neighbors is so valued! Thanks for all you do!

Thank you for caring so much for your communities.

Be safe out there

Great idea!

Wow! That's awesome!

Thank you..thank you. Stay safe

Very smart & well organized...

Awesome. Thanks for all you do.😀❤️❤️

Okay. It's me. I have a question 👋. So did the Chiefs finish watching Rouge One before they came up with the name? Just curious 😜 Otherwise - go and get them. It's good to see everyone working together. 😁

Good to see our resources being used in a very well thought out way that provides better response to our critical fire season! Thanks

Thank you!!

Thank you

Thank you All. Stay safe and God Bless! ❤️❤️

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12 hours ago
Graham Fire & Rescue

🚩The US National Weather Service Seattle Washington has issued a Red Flag Warning beginning 11 am today through 10 pm Thursday, August 18. 🚩Temperatures are expected to reach between 80°F - 90°F.

A Red Flag Warning is issued when warm temperatures combine with a dry, unstable air mass. These conditions contribute to increased fire danger, causing fires to start easier and spread faster.

Learn more at grahamfire.org/pierce-county-fire-district-21/red-flag-warning-aug17-2022/
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🚩The US National Weather Service Seattle Washington has issued a Red Flag Warning beginning 11 am today through 10 pm Thursday, August 18. 🚩Temperatures are expected to reach between 80°F - 90°F.

A Red Flag Warning is issued when warm temperatures combine with a dry, unstable air mass. These conditions contribute to increased fire danger, causing fires to start easier and spread faster.

Learn more at https://grahamfire.org/pierce-county-fire-district-21/red-flag-warning-aug17-2022/
2 days ago
Graham Fire & Rescue

Thank you for the wonderful time at the Pierce County Fair! Here’s a few of our favorite photos from the past four days. 🎡🚒

Pierce County Fair "Gotta Go to Graham" | Pierce County Sheriff's Department | Boot Boogie Babes
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It was definitely a fun time. 😃

Thank you to the firefighter who gave my son and his friend a bottle of water. ❤️❤️

Thank you for sharing!!! And thank you all for all you guys do

Thank y’all For coming out!

Love this! Thanks for sharing! 😍

I m looking to talk to someone I may have but where did you get this wood cut out

Does the Graham fire department ever need volunteers for anything?

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