NOTE: The VRFA does not offer COVID testing/vaccination services at any of our fire stations.

We have compiled the following list of resources for your convenience. Please direct your questions to these agencies for further assistance.

The Auburn COVID-19 Test Site is coordinated by King County Dept. of Public Health + UW Medicineplease contact these agencies if you have questions about the testing process. The VRFA does not offer vaccination services at any of our fire stations.

Questions? All information can be found on or call the KC COVID-19 Call Center at 206-477-3977.

According to UW Medicine, the SARS-CoV-2 (COVID-19) Qualitative PCR test will produce results in 24-72 hours.

Option 1: Register for an appointment (required) for the King County Auburn Vaccination Site. This is an indoor vaccination site at the Auburn Outlet Collection.

Option 2: Search for an appointment through the Washington State’s Department of Health (DOH)

Need assistance? Call the Washington State’s COVID-19 Assistance Hotline at 1-800-525-0127 or 1-888-856-5816, then press # for help with registration by phone.


Effective immediately, all Valley Regional Fire Authority fire stations are closed until further notice.

VRFA Fire Stations Closed to All Non-Emergency Business

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VRFA Prepares for COVID-19

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