Celebrating ICOM during National Public Safety T

April 15, 2024 Every year during the second full week of April, we take a moment to honor our public safety telecommunications professionals – AKA our public safety dispatchers. They’re the voice you hear when you call 911 and their dedicated service can often go unnoticed. That’s why this week is so important. The weeklong … Read more

2023 Annual Report published

April 10, 2023 Camano Fire has published its 2023 Annual Report online. The annual report is a chance to review the department’s performance in the past year, highlight important events, and share more information about plans for the coming year. You can find the PDF copy of the Annual Report on our website. Click the … Read more

Spring update from Camano Fire

March 25, 2024 Camano Fire is moving ahead with the commitments made to the community following the approval of the fire levy lid lift last November. Since then, the department has hired six new firefighters and one new paramedic. These new hires are a mix of experienced lateral hires, some part-time firefighters who have worked … Read more

Now Hiring: Part-time Firefighter/EMTs

Don’t miss your chance: Camano Fire has immediate openings for part-time Firefighter/EMTs. Still wrapping up fire academy or finishing your EMT course? Not a problem: We’ll hold a spot for you – so apply today to be a part-time Firefighter/EMT. Every current part-time firefighter gets an interview for full-time, career positions with the department. Many … Read more

Daylight Saving Time starts March 10

March 6, 2024 Change your clocks and check the batteries in your smoke and carbon monoxide detectors: Daylight Saving Time goes into effect at 2 a.m. Sunday, March 10. It only takes a few minutes to test your smoke alarms and carbon monoxide detectors each year when you set your clocks ahead. Make a game … Read more

Wife saves husband’s life with CPR

Bystander CPR saves lives. Andrew Danielson is living proof.

He was talking with his youngest son in the mud room of their house a year ago when he had a heart attack and collapsed, falling backward and splitting his head open.

Submit records requests using new online portal

Jan. 24, 2024 Camano Fire has transitioned to a new online records request system. Residents can now easily submit requests for medical or public records using Camano Fire’s online portal:  Click the “Make A Request” button to begin your request. Residents who are unable to use the internet or need assistance filing their request … Read more