Eastside Fire & Rescue (EF&R) proudly serves the communities of: Carnation, Issaquah, May Valley, North Bend, Preston, Tiger Mt., Sammamish, and Wilderness Rim.
On January 1, 1999, the consolidation of several agencies created a new fire and emergency medical services agency called, Eastside Fire & Rescue. The agencies joining in this consolidation included King County Fire District 10 and 38, and the cities of Issaquah, North Bend, with the City of Sammamish joining the consolidation in January 2000.
The Agency was founded on the principle that we are better together as Partners than apart when it comes to economics, resources, and governance. The courage and vision of the Board, in addition to the talents and devotion of the workforce have combined to put the Agency in a leadership role. The Agency provides the following high quality fire, rescue and emergency medical services:
- Fire Protection and Suppression
- Emergency Medical Aid
- Fire and Life Safety Inspections
- Fire Investigation Services
- Construction Fire Code Plan Reviews
- Specialized Technical and Swiftwater Services
- Hazardous Materials and Confined Space Services
- Wildland Fire Services
- Public Fire Safety and Prevention Education
- Disaster Preparedness and Education
- Community Relations and Events
Eastside Fire & Rescue - Fire Chief Lee A. Soptich
Headquarters - 175 Newport Wy. NW, Issaquah,WA 98027
Business Hours: (Monday-Friday) 8:00-noon and 1:00-5:00 p.m.
For Records Requests: firstname.lastname@example.org
--Non-injury record requests, please send your request to email@example.com and include the following information:
- date, contact name, phone number, address
--Injury related record requests, please complete our Authorization Form and return completed form to firstname.lastname@example.org, or drop-off at the Headquarters Station, 175 Newpor Way NW, in downtown Issaquah.
This website is provided as a courtesy to the user. Information contained on the website is not a substitute for the official records and/or files of this Agency. Therefore, neither EF&R, nor any officer or employee of the Agency warrants the accuracy of the information set forth on the webstie. Persons wishing to obtain official records, files, and/or obtain specific information concerning the Agency or a particular incident should contact the Headquarters Station at: (425) 313-3200.
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- Station 71 - Sunset
- Station 72 - Maple Street
- Station 73 - Iss. Highlands
- Station 74 - Preston
- Station 75 - South Cove
- Station 76 - Tiger Mountain
Battalion 2 - Sammamish
- Station 81 - Pine Lake
- Station 82 - Sahalee
- Station 83 - Klahanie
Battalion 3 - May Valley
- Station 78 - May Valley
- Station 79 - Maple Hills
Battalion 4 - Carnation
- Station 85 - Carnation
- Station 86 - Lake Joy
Battalion 5 - North Bend
- Station 87 - North Bend
- Station 88 - Wilderness Rim
Eastside Fire & Rescue's special operations teams represent personnel with additional training normally not required of a firefighter. With the diverse area the Agency serves, these teams were established to meet the challenges and dangers of specific rescue environments.
Fire Prevention includes all fire service activity that decreases the incidences of uncontrolled fire. The Fire Prevention Bureau focuses on inspections, which include engineering and code enforcement, public fire safety education, and fire investigation.
The Public Education Division provides many opportunities for citizens of all ages to become trained and educated in many aspects of fire safety, injury prevention and emergency preparedness, including CPR and first aid classes.