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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

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Each holiday season, your Graham Firefighters and Administrative Staff choose to support families in need during the winter holidays. This program is made possible through donations received by the Graham Firefighters Association, a grant from the Holiday Kids’ Tree Project, and members using their personal funds to purchase gifts.

This year, we provided free Thanksgiving dinners to seven families, and donated over 150 new toys and gifts to Parkway Community Service’s Mom & Pop Shop event.

It warms our hearts to make the holidays a little bit brighter for those in our community.
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Each holiday season, your Graham Firefighters and Administrative Staff choose to support families in need during the winter holidays. This program is made possible through donations received by the Graham Firefighters Association, a grant from the Holiday Kids’ Tree Project, and members using their personal funds to purchase gifts. 

This year, we provided free Thanksgiving dinners to seven families, and donated over 150 new toys and gifts to Parkway Community Service’s Mom & Pop Shop event.

It warms our hearts to make the holidays a little bit brighter for those in our community.Image attachment

From falls to lacerations caused by broken glass bulbs, and fires caused by overloaded outlets, stringing holiday lights comes with its fair share of hazards. We want you to be safe while decking the halls this holiday season.

🚨 Always inspect your lights before hanging them – look for damaged cords, broken bulbs, and make sure they’re rated for outdoor use.
🔌 Lights should be plugged in to a Ground Fault Circuit Interrupting outlet (GFCI). You can tell an outlet is a GFCI outlet because it will have “Test” and Reset” buttons on it. These outlets cut the current if it detects moisture or detects that the current is getting too hot.
💡 Use LED lights – they burn cooler than incandescent lights and will save you some money on your electric bill.
🏠 Use holiday light clips rather than stapling the lights to your house.
🪜 Use the correct ladder and practice ladder safety! Determine if you need a step ladder or an extension ladder. Keep your body weight centered and do not overreach - both of your feet should be securely planted on the ladder at all times.
⏱ Make sure to turn your lights off before going to bed or leaving the home. Invest in a timer so you don’t have to worry about turning them on and off.
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From falls to lacerations caused by broken glass bulbs, and fires caused by overloaded outlets, stringing holiday lights comes with its fair share of hazards. We want you to be safe while decking the halls this holiday season.

🚨 Always inspect your lights before hanging them – look for damaged cords, broken bulbs, and make sure they’re rated for outdoor use.
🔌 Lights should be plugged in to a Ground Fault Circuit Interrupting outlet (GFCI). You can tell an outlet is a GFCI outlet because it will have “Test” and Reset” buttons on it. These outlets cut the current if it detects moisture or detects that the current is getting too hot.
💡 Use LED lights – they burn cooler than incandescent lights and will save you some money on your electric bill.
🏠 Use holiday light clips rather than stapling the lights to your house.
🪜 Use the correct ladder and practice ladder safety! Determine if you need a step ladder or an extension ladder. Keep your body weight centered and do not overreach - both of your feet should be securely planted on the ladder at all times.
⏱ Make sure to turn your lights off before going to bed or leaving the home. Invest in a timer so you don’t have to worry about turning them on and off.

Always training to better serve you.

Graham Fire & Rescue crews spent the day conducting Mass Casualty Incident drills. This type of training helps ensure that our firefighters are ready to respond should this type of large scale emergency occur. 🚒
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Always training to better serve you. 

Graham Fire & Rescue crews spent the day conducting Mass Casualty Incident drills. This type of training helps ensure that our firefighters are ready to respond should this type of large scale emergency occur. 🚒Image attachment

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Thank you All! Stay safe & God Bless You All ❤️🙏❤️🙏

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