North Olympia Fire and Rescue District Seven

Where Compassion and Action Meet

North Olympia Fire Department
5046 Boston Harbor Rd. NE
Olympia, WA 98506
Station 71: 360-705-0234
Fax: 360-705-0208

News and Events

Fire District Seven - 1958
  • Firearm Safety Clinic - FREE!
  • Date: Tuesday, April 29th, 2014
    Time: 6:30 - 8:30 pm
    Location: North Olympia Fire Department - Community Room
    Instructor: Detective Ryan Russell with the Thurston County Sheriff's Office

    Detective Russell's presentation will focus on safety, safety, safety. How to keep kids safe at home if you have firearms, appropriate lock boxes and storage, gun locks, safety tips and tricks, etc.
    This is an informative and interesting class and it will also be an interactive participatory class.

    Detective Russell lives in the North Olympia Fire District and is a qualified firearms instructor and trainer.

  • Fire District 7 Voters to Decide Merger

  • Prepare for Emergencies - Safe in the Sound
  • Safe in the Sound will help individuals and communities throughout the Puget Sound region and coastal communities build their capacity to withstand, quickly adapt to and successfully recover from disasters - large and small. Preparedness is a critical factor in a community's ability to respond during an emergency and to recover afterward. Whether it be an earthquake or an everyday disaster such as a home fire or a medical emergency, Puget Sound area residents must be prepared for when, not if, the next crisis strikes.
    This Month, make it your goal to prepare.

  • Proposed Merger with Fire District 8/South Bay Fire Department
  • The Board of Fire Commissioners of Fire District 8 is currently reviewing the petition for merger that was submitted by Fire District 7 in February. For additional information, including the Emergency Services Integration Plan and current status of the petition, see the South Bay Fire Department web site for more information.

  • ≡ Board of Fire Commissioners Meetings ≡

  • Special Meeting: JOINT BOARD MEETING - Monday, April 21st, 2014, beginning at 9:00 am. Location: Station 8-1
  • The Board of Commissioners of Thurston County Fire Protection Districts 7 and 8 will hold a special meeting of the Boards at 9:00am on Monday, April 21st, 2014, at Station 8-1 located at 3506 Shincke Road NE.
    The purpose of the meeting will be: A joint Board meeting to discuss merger issues

  • Board of Fire Commissioner Regular Meeting Schedule Change
  • The Board of Fire Commissioners has adopted a change to their regular meeting schedule. Beginning in March, regular monthly meetings will be held on the first Monday at 5:15 PM and the 2nd Tuesday at 7:00 PM. Meetings may be rescheduled from time to time with proper notice to accommodate Commissioner schedules and business needs of the District.

  • Monday, April 7 - Meeting rescheduled to Wednesday, April 16th, 2014

  • Tuesday, April 8 - Meeting rescheduled to Wednesday, April 16th, 2014

  • Wednesday, April 16th, 2014 - 5:15 PM
  • Special Board of Fire Commissioners Meeting

  • Monday, May 5th, 2014 - 5:15 PM
  • Board of Fire Commissioners Regular Meeting

  • Tuesday, May 13th, 2014 - 7:00 PM
  • Board of Fire Commissioners Regular Meeting

  • Community Service Opportunities
  • Find out how you can be of service to your community. We welcome people of all kinds at the fire department. We can utilize your skills, abilities, and life experience on our team. Come join us!

    Fire Safety Information

    The link below has been provided by the US Fire Administration in conjunction with their program "Fire is Everyone's Fight".
    The link will connect you to a YouTube site that has all public safety announcements in one place.


    Washington's Child Restraint Law

    Washington state has two laws that govern the use of seat belts and children riding in vehicles.
    Please check the following link: Washingtons Child Restraint Law.

    Print or download a fact sheet about the law and how to protect child passengers.

  • CO (Carbon monoxide) Alarms required by January 1, 2013

    See also: Washington State Building Code Council (SBCC)

  • Emergency Preparedness Kit Information

One Way to Improve Care if You Have to Call 911

If you call 911 for a medical emergency, one of the requirements of responding EMTs is to gather information that is pertinent to your care and sending it with you as part of their report to the “next level of care – could be the emergency room".

Please print and fill out the Emergency Medical Information form below. Feel free to come by the main station during normal business hours and we’ll make a few copies for you once you have completed the form.

Emergency Medical Information Form

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