First Aid/CPR Classes Available
We believe that an educated public is a safer public. Not only is it our most requested education program, CPR/First Aid is likely the most important one.
Upcoming classes include the following dates:
- November 8th, 2015
- January 23rd, 2016
- April 16th, 2016
- July 9th, 2016
- October 1st, 2016
All classes are held at the Arlington Heights Fire Station.
Classes are available to first come, first serve with preference going to students residing or working within Fire Districts 21 and 22. Please contact the Arlington Heights Fire Station, or email firstname.lastname@example.org to sign up. The cost for this class is $25.00 per student.
Burn Ban Status
Fire and Life Safety Burn Ban: Not in Effect (As of 9/26/2015)
Air Quality Burn Ban: Not is Effect (As of 9/26/2015)
Burn bans for air quality concerns are set by the Puget Sound Clean Air Agency. For a current status please visit their site at pscleanair.org.
Burn bans for dangerous conditions and wildfire concerns are set by the County Fire Marshal’s office. For a current status check their website (click link) or call the Burning Information Line at 425-388-3508.
As a courtesy to residents near Station 49, we also update our reader board sign with the current burn ban status.
If you need to report a fire that is a risk to heath, life, or property, please dial 911.
Burn Permit Info
Fire District No. 21 contracts with the Snohomish County Fire Marshal’s Office to provide outdoor burning permits. To find out what is allowable without a permit or how to obtain a permit, click on the following link to access their web page.
Snohomish County Fire Marshal’s Burn Info:
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