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2016 September

September 16th, 2016

Walla Walla 4 Chooses BIAS

Walla Walla County Fire District 4 protects an area of approximately 125 square miles surrounding the cities of Walla Walla and College Place, serving a population of about 10,500 residents. Their entire operation utilizes approximately 68 people. All members are trained as firefighters, with medical training being secondary. To find out more about them visit!

September 16th, 2016

Grant Fire 13 Chooses BIAS

Grant County Fire District 13 services the areas in Grant County surrounding the city of Ephrata. They cover 126 square miles and often respond inside the city of
Ephrata to provide mutual aid. In addition they contract with the Rimrock Meadows community in Douglas County. Their centrally located fire station, staffed with resident firefighters, is structured for the fastest available response. They also respond to assist with large wildland fires throughout the state that are to big for the originating agencies to handle. To learn more about them visit!

September 14th, 2016

Grant Fire 7 Chooses BIAS

Grant County Fire District 7 is located in Soap Lake, WA and their motto is “We Serve to Save”

September 12th, 2016

Lake Stevens Fire Chooses BIAS

Lake Stevens Fire District serves the City of Lake Stevens, Hartford, Frontier Village, Calvero, Glenwood, Georgetown, Machias, and Forest Glade as well as areas in Soper Hill, Sunnyside and Ebey Island. There mission is to “Serve People, Save Lives, Protect Property, and Safeguard the Environment.” To find our more about them visit!