Now hiring: Full-time Firefighters & Paramedics

July 10, 2024 Take advantage of your chance to work for Camano Fire. We’re hiring full-time lateral firefighters and firefighter/paramedics and experienced firefighters and firefighter paramedics. Candidates must apply through the National Testing Network and submit all application materials by 4 p.m. Friday, Aug. 2, 2024. Lateral candidates have at least one year of full-time, … 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

Type 1 Burn Ban starts June 30, 2024

June 24, 2024 The Island County Sheriff’s Office is setting a Type 1 burn ban for outdoor burning of natural debris in Island County beginning at 12:01 a.m. Sunday, June 30. Yes: You can still have small campfires in fire pits and use barbecues. No: You cannot burn yard debris or burn piles Call 911 … Read more

Open Public Meeting Notices for May and June of 2024

Board of Commissioners Regular Meeting, Tuesday May 28th 4:30 PM Camano Island Fire & Rescue Board of Commissioners will hold a Regular Board Meeting Tuesday, May 28th at 4:30 PM at the Administration building, 811 N. Sunrise Blvd. Camano Island, WA. This meeting was previously scheduled as an optional workshop and has been changed to … Read more

Outdoor Burning FAQs

April 30, 2024 Spring is often the time when our friends and neighbors burn their burn piles before summer burn bans are issued. What should you know about outdoor burning on Camano Island?

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