Mission 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.


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In February your 98 firefighters and paramedics responded to 480 emergency calls for service. ๐Ÿš’๐Ÿš‘ #YourSafetyIsOurPriority ... See MoreSee Less
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In February your 98 firefighters and paramedics responded to 480 emergency calls for service. ๐Ÿš’๐Ÿš‘ #YourSafetyIsOurPriority

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Thank you.

Thank you so very much

Thank you!!!

you are so appreciated. thank you

Stay safe

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Ready to respond. 24/7. 365. #YourSafetyIsOurPriority ... See MoreSee Less
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Ready to respond. 24/7. 365. #YourSafetyIsOurPriority

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We don’t live in your district but we certainly appreciate seeing your info on Face book. Our department is almost in our side yard here in Puyallup. We are so grateful for them as well as for our police department.

Thank you!!!

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#PSA - Please donโ€™t drive over our fire hose. The water we use when battling fires is a lifeline for our firefighters. Driving over a hose can cause damage, potentially cutting off our water supply, and ultimately impacting our ability to put out the fire and keep our firefighters safe from the heat and flames. ... See MoreSee Less
3 days ago
#PSA - Please donโ€™t drive over our fire hose. The water we use when battling fires is a lifeline for our firefighters. Driving over a hose can cause damage, potentially cutting off our water supply, and ultimately impacting our ability to put out the fire and keep our firefighters safe from the heat and flames.

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Its sad that this needs to be said in the first place. How about when you see firefighters risking their life to fight a fire to save someone elses life and/or property, STAY AWAY from them and their equipment. Simple as that.

I have seen this happen on a 5 inch supply hose and it split had to replace it as fast as possible so we could keep water supply the person received a ticket from the fire Marshall.

Sadly, this was probably said due to someone doing so....stay safe!

We have no hydrants.... Fingers crossed! We need ladders also for the 2nd story.

Common sense not to do it anyway, but many lack that!

are there really people who do this? they drive to a fire and run over a hose? sad

What was the loud explosion we just heard on 257th and Meridian? It was so loud it shook our windows.

Wow, that's a long hose. Don't see any fire hydrants...

I can't believe this even has to be said. ๐Ÿคฆ‍โ™€๏ธ Thank you for all yall do.

Humans are so ignorant.

How could anybody be so stupid or selfish!

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#GrahamFireFriday - Did you know that we have fire goats? We adopted Drip and Torch in 2016. They live at Station 96 and help us maintain the yard by eating grass and shrubs. In addition to maintaining the yard, Drip and Torch bring joy to the lives of our firefighters and members of the public. Feel free to stop by Sta. 96 and say โ€œHiโ€, but please donโ€™t feed them without the assistance of one of our firefighters. ๐Ÿ๐Ÿš’ ... See MoreSee Less
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#GrahamFireFriday - Did you know that we have fire goats? We adopted Drip and Torch in 2016. They live at Station 96 and help us maintain the yard by eating grass and shrubs. In addition to maintaining the yard, Drip and Torch bring joy to the lives of our firefighters and members of the public. Feel free to stop by Sta. 96 and say โ€œHiโ€, but please donโ€™t feed them without the assistance of one of our firefighters. ๐Ÿ๐Ÿš’

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That is terrific! Love their names. ๐Ÿคฉ

That is awesome !! Im totally going to ask my work if we can get goats.. Will save on our lawn maintanence costs!!

Ashley Krebs I want to see the goats

Kourtney Andrews

Jeneveve Orozco

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#HeartMonth - As American Heart Month comes to end we want to thank you for tuning in to our videos and learning about the risk factors associated with heart disease. We are going to close out the month talking about diabetes. People with diabetes have an increased risk of developing heart disease earlier in life. If you have diabetes, work with your doctor to manage your condition and reduce your risk. ... See MoreSee Less
5 days ago

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as a fat 80-year-old type 2 diabetic, I appreciate your gentle prodding to get off my duff and start walking so my doctor will be proud of me. BTW, why don't you have drop-off boxes at the stations for used syringes?

Thank you for the info

Thank you for all your efforts during Heart month. As a stroke survivor I really appreciate all you do! Here I am with my SCA (sudden cardiac arrest) survivor friend Carol Matthewson. SCA has a very low survival rate because of the need for fast action with AED and CPR. She suffered an SCA during the swim portion of a triathlon. We met through the AHA and became great friends. We both volunteered together as Go Red for Women Ambassadors with the American Heart Association in Tacoma sharing our stories of survival to raise awareness about heart disease and stroke, especially in women. www.Facebook.com/RECLAIMINGOURSELVES

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Last night one of our crews was dispatched for a possible vehicle fire. When they arrived, Pierce County Sheriff's Department was already there to help mitigate the situation. It wasnโ€™t a fire, but the deputy helped fix the vehicle to get the citizen back on the road. #AllinThisTogether ... See MoreSee Less
6 days ago
Last night one of our crews was dispatched for a possible vehicle fire. When they arrived, Pierce County Sheriffs Department was already there to help mitigate the situation. It wasnโ€™t a fire, but the deputy helped fix the vehicle to get the citizen back on the road. #AllinThisTogether

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Firemen united and serving in our community for more than just fires. Thank you all.

Thank you.

So good!Thank You!!

Thank you guys BLUE RULES

All of you 1st responders ROCK! Thank you for all that you do.

Erynn Nicole Moul ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚โค๏ธ

That's awesome

That's why your the best of the best

What a great thing to do! You all rock!!

Thank you all for your serviceโค๏ธ๐Ÿ‡บ๐Ÿ‡ธ

And that’s how it’s done!๐Ÿ‘

Why to go guys!!!

You guys are the best in WA.

You guys are awesome!!

You are all fantastic. Thank you.

Above and beyond. Awesome!

love it when u guys work together

Great job! ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿฝ

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