To ensure the health and safety of our community and our members, VRFA fire stations are closed to the public for in-person visits & non-emergent business until further notice. For all emergencies, call 9-1-1. Crews are standing by with the proper procedures and equipment necessary to respond safely. If you are experiencing symptoms of COVID-19, but are not experiencing an emergency, please call Public Health for next steps at 1-800-525-0127.



Call 9-1-1 for all emergencies.For non-emergencies, or if you are calling from out-of-region to report an incident in our service area, call dispatch at (253) 288-2121.

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24/7 Toll Free Crisis Line: 1-877-440-2229

All Valley Regional Fire Authority stations are designated Safe Place for Newborns sites as part of the Newborn Safety Act of Washington State. Our Firefighter/EMT’s are equipped and trained to provide initial care for newborns relinquished to them.

The Newborn Safety Act states that a newborn who is less than seventy-two hours old may be relinquished to a qualified employee of any hospital, fully-staffed fire station, and/or federally designated rural health clinic. The parent need give no names and no criminal charges will be brought against the parent or the person in the designated facility that accepts the newborn.