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Now hiring: Full-time Firefighter/Paramedics

Join our team! We’re putting together an eligibility list for full-time career Firefighter/Paramedics AND full-time career Firefighters. Applications are due by 4 p.m. Friday, Sept. 30. Paramedics without fire experience may apply. Paramedic candidates must have National Registry Paramedic certification, Washington State Paramedic certification, and be an ACLS provider and PALS provider (or equivalent) prior … Read more

Join us for the Safety & Preparedness fair Sept. 10

How prepared are you for an emergency? Learn how you and your family can be more prepared at the SAFETY & PREPAREDNESS FAIR. This FREE event runs from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, September 10, 2022, at the Camano Commons (Terry’s Corner). This event is hosted by the Camano Preparedness Group and Camano Island Fire … Read more

Type 1 Burn Ban starts July 30, 2022

July 27, 2022 A Type 1 burn ban for outdoor burning of natural debris in Island County will go into effect on Saturday, July 30, and continue until further notice. Yes: You can still have small campfires in fire pits and use barbecues. No: You cannot burn yard debris or burn piles More specifically: Recreational … Read more

Camano Fire crews thanked for life-saving response

The widowmaker. That’s what doctors call the heart attack that Jon survived. Jon and his wife Dianne visited Station 4 today to thank the 911 dispatcher and Camano Fire EMTs and Paramedics who saved his life. “The cardiologist says you saved the day,” Jon said. “It was textbook perfect.” When he called 911 on April … Read more

Camano Fire to host its first National Night Out event Aug. 2

National Night Out is coming to Camano Island this August thanks to Camano Island Fire & Rescue, the Mabana Flames, the Camano Preparedness Group, and the Camano Island Chamber of Commerce. Community members are invited to the Vista/Madrona and Mabana stations from 6 to 8 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 2. “National Night Out is a chance … Read more

Safety First this Fourth of July

June 20, 2021 Firework-related fires are still possible this Fourth of July, even though we’ve had a cool, damp summer. If you’re planning to celebrate with fireworks, please keep these safety recommendations in mind: Fireworks are legal on Camano, but only for three days – July 3, from 9 a.m. to 11 p.m.; July 4 … Read more

Smokey is back!

May 11, 2022 It’s amazing what a little paint and a lot of dedication can do. Thanks to the artistic talents of Raylyn – a 6th grader at Port Susan Middle School – Smokey Bear is back, brightening the side of the road along SR 532 again. And we do mean literally. He’s *SO* much … Read more

Meeting rooms open for public rental on May 1

May 1, 2022 Our meeting rooms and public spaces are open to the public as of May 1. To reserve a meeting room or public space, please call our Administrative Office at 360-387-1512. Please be prepared to provide the following information when you call: Name of group Name and phone number of contact person Address … Read more