Municipal Budgeting & Fiscal Management Workshop

Training Opportunity from AWC Municipal Budgeting & Fiscal Management Workshop July 13-14 | Leavenworth

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November 12th, 2016

BIAS Rally | 2017

10th Annual BIAS Rally

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November 8th, 2016

ICOM 911 Chooses BIAS Software

ICOM 911 provides emergency dispatch services for all of the law enforcement, fire and emergency medical agencies that serve Island County (both Whidbey and Camano Island). Located at the north end of Whidbey Island in Oak Harbor, I-COM operates from a 4,000 square foot structure, adjacent to the Oak Harbor Police Department. To find out more about them visit their website www.icom911.org!

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November 3rd, 2016

Jefferson Rural Library District Chooses BIAS

Jefferson County Rural Library District purpose is to transform lives and strengthen community by bringing people, information, and ideas together. They strive to provide all residents of the district with free and equal access to the diversity of publicly available ideas and information. Visit their website to find out more www.jclibrary.info!

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October 13th, 2016

Grays Harbor Water District 2 Chooses BIAS

Grays Harbor Water District 2 serves the community of Central Park in Washington State.

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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 www.wwfire4.com!

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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 grantfirerescue.org!

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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”

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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 www.lsfire.org!

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August 22nd, 2016

Yakima Fire District 4 Chooses BIAS

Also known as East Valley Fire Department serves the residents of Terrace Heights, Moxee and all the area east of the Yakima River from ridge-top to ridge-top all the way out to mile marker 30 approximately the intersection of SR 24 and SR 241 an area also know as Blackrock the district as a whole encompasses approximately 125 square miles. To learn more about them visit their website https://ycfd4.org!

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August 17th, 2016

Benton 2 Fire Chooses BIAS

Benton County Fire District 2 chooses BIAS Software for BARS Financial and Payroll. Benton County Fire District 2 serves the City of Benton City and the surrounding area. They protect approximately 10,000 residents over an 88 square mile area. Their fire district serves and protects our community from two fire stations.  Benton County Fire District 2 […]

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