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Board of Fire Commissioners Pass Resolution to Reduce Meeting Frequency

The Board of Fire Commissioners voted to pass a resolution at the Wednesday, September 8th board meeting to reduce the frequency of its publicRead more

KING 5: Graham Fire & Rescue introduce department’s first all-female crew

Graham Fire & Rescue introduce department’s first all-female crew The crew covers both fire and emergency medical services and wants to inspire other womenRead more

Disaster Preparedness Month: Are You Ready?

Each September, National Preparedness Month encourages and promotes family and community disaster and emergency planning. It’s an opportunity to remind us that we allRead more

Wildfire Smoke Alert for Puget Sound Region

From the Puget Sound Clean Air Agency – Click here to check Air Quality  This is a wildfire smoke alert from the Puget SoundRead more

Recreational & Cooking Fires Prohibited Under Red Flag Event

8/17/21 Update – The Red Flag event has been lifted. Recreational and cooking fires are allowed again in Pierce County. For more information, visitRead more

Excessive Heat Warning & Tips to Stay Cool

Pierce County will be experiencing another wave of high temperatures. Click here to check the forecast. Many people will be at high risk forRead more

Join Our Team: Deputy Chief of Operations

Graham Fire & Rescue is currently recruiting for a Deputy Chief of Operations. The Deputy Chief (DC) is a full-time, salaried, FLSA overtime exempt,Read more

Espinosa Selected to take the Reins of Graham Fire & Rescue

[Graham, WA] — On Wednesday, June 9, 2021, the Graham Fire & Rescue Board of Fire Commissioners unanimously selected Oscar Espinosa as the District’sRead more

Graham Fire & Rescue Partners with ACU Foundation to form Community Relief Fund

Graham Fire & Rescue Partners with ACU Foundation to form Community Relief Fund [Graham, WA] — Graham Fire & Rescue responds to an averageRead more

February is American Heart Month!

February is American Heart Month Even during the current pandemic, heart disease and stroke combined are leading causes of death in Washington State andRead more