KING COUNTY FIRE DISTRICT 27

Sparky is showing what you should do if your clothes catch on fire.  Why?  Because if you Stop, Drop and Roll, you will put out the flames! Make sure to have your hands cover your face -- just like Sparky -- and roll and roll and roll until the flames are out.

What's Sparky Doing?

 



SMOKE ALARMS

  • Working smoke alarms cut the risk of dying in reported home fires by 50%.

  •  Install smoke alarms inside every bedroom, outside each sleeping area and on every level
    of your home.

  • Test your smoke alarms once a month.

  • Replace smoke alarms every 10 years.

  •  Replace batteries at least once a year!

 Change your battery when   
you change your clock
November 5, 2017.

 

 

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PUBLIC EDUCATION

The Fire Department provides fire education and fire prevention classes to the elementary school during Fire Prevention Week in October. Tours of the fire station are also available upon request. Group tours last approximately 30 minutes and include age appropriate safety information, followed by viewing a fire engine, aid car and firefighting equipment. Firefighters also talk about their roles and responsibilities in keeping the community safe. To request a tour call the fire station at 425-222-5841.

CPR & First Aid Classes are Scheduled the third Saturday of the Month beginning in July through December - for more Information... 
                

Bicycle Related Injuries

Each year, more than 500,000 people in the US are treated in emergency departments, and more than 700 people die as a result of bicycle-related injuries. Children are at particularly high risk for bicycle-related injuries. The Fire Department carries an inventory of bike helmets to learn more about our bike helmet program and bicycle safety...

PREPARE TODAY FOR TOMORROWS EMERGENCIES!

Any steps that you take today will help you and your family be prepared, whether from a major Earthquake, House Fire, Wind Storm, Flooding, or Winter Snow and Ice Storms. In a disaster, local officials and relief workers cannot reach everyone immediately. Help may not arrive for hours or days. You and your family need to be prepared ahead of time because you won't have time to shop or search for the supplies you will need when a disaster strikes.  Emergency Preparedness

 

Kid's Safety Zone
Interactive Websites that Promote Fire Prevention and Home Safety go to Kid's Safety Zone...

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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