VRFA BLOG

Read about current VRFA events, incidents and announcements.

Your Carbon Monoxide Alarm May Need to be Replaced

Does Your Carbon Monoxide Alarm Need Replaced? If you installed your carbon monoxide (CO) alarm in 2013 - when it became law to install them in all rental housing units or when a home was sold - it may be time to replace it. CO alarms have a life expectancy of around 7 years. All CO alarms produced after August 1, 2009 have an end-of-life warning notification that alerts the resident that the…

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VRFA Fire Stations Closed to All Non-Emergency Business

These are unprecedented times, and we at the VRFA are doing everything we can to ensure the health and safety of our community and our members. To adhere to social distancing recommendations, all VRFA fire stations are closed to the public until further notice. While closed to the public, VRFA team members will still be available to serve your non-emergent needs, simply contact us at…

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VRFA Suspends Community Outreach in Response to COVID-19

The VRFA’s top priority is ensuring the health and safety of our members and the community that we serve.  Following recommendations from King County Public Health, and out of an abundance of caution, we are taking proactive and preventative steps to address concerns over COVID-19 exposures or potential exposures. Effective immediately, the following are suspended until further notice: CPR/First…

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